Today on this Memorial Day, I got bored and decided to go see the movie Source Code with Jake Gyllenhaal that came out on April 1. This movie was surprisingly better than I expected.
The movie is about a solider, Colter (Gyllenhaal), who mysteriously wakes up on a train with a girl he doesn't know and when he looks into the mirror, he sees he is someone else. He tries to figure out what is going on, when the trail blows up. He then wakes up in a capsule where he is told that he is in a program that recalls the last 8 minutes of someone's memory. His mission is to find who the bomber is before that person blows up most of Chicago.
This movie was actually pretty good and a lot better than I expected it to be. From what I saw in the trailer, I was expecting a movie about a guy who tries to save someone who is already dead, but that was just a small part at the beginning before he really understood what was going on. I really did enjoy the movie and if you haven't seen it yet, go and see it before it is out of theaters. Another good thing is that the movie is rated PG-13, so better for more audiences.