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29 March 2011  |  Written by Ali Plumb  |  Source: Exclusive

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Source Code is finally hitting cinemas on Friday, April 1, and as that's just a few days away it should come as no surprise that we've got a few last-minute exclusive stills for you.

For those not in the know, Source Code is the age-old tale of boy-meets-girl-meets-explosions-meets-military-time-travel in an alternative world where all this kind of thing can take place.

It's been compared to Groundhog Day because Jake Gyllenhaal's character, Captain Colter Stevens, can only go back in time within an eight minute time frame, meaning by the end of the experiment he knows just what happens and when.

We'd now like to compare it to Before Sunrise, because it has a pretty girl (Michelle Monaghan's Christina) meeting a pretty boy (Gyllenhaal) on a train. Except instead of going around Vienna talking about life and stuff and junk, they get blown up. Again and again.

Anyway, with that random aside over and done with, here are the fresh and ever-so-exclusive stills for your perusing pleasure, featuring director Duncan Jones himself, as well as the cast and the train and the what not. It's all very exciting, really.

And as another treat for you, here's a featurette on the movie. Give it a click, why not?

 

Anyway, tell us, are you excited about the Moon director's follow-up? Do the pictures whet your appetite? Giddy that you're going to get the chance to see Jake explode over and over come April 1? Let us know in the comment box below. 


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Saw it yesterday at a press screening. While not quite as exceptional as Moon, it features some of the same themes, is very well acted and directed, and proves again that Duncan Jones is a talent to watch out for. My only complaint is that the identity of the bomber was far too obvious - as least for me. Then again, "Source Code" is less about the terrorist thread than it is about Colter Steven's struggle to save all those people on the train (even after been told again and again, that More

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