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Source Code - White Van Dirty Bomb - One Second to Go, Forever

Posted on the 09 September 2011 by Freeplanet @CUST0D1AN
Opening Caveat: I really think it's a BAD IDEA leaving the military in control of our future because they themselves don't know who their enemy is - their hard work is all for nothing if they're being tactically shafted (manipulated) by 'their assigned enemy's enemy' in the Global Conquest Game of Amoral Chess for PROFIT and ASSET.
Believe me, planet Earth does not need an over-funded Military Industrial Complex perpetually fighting its own ghost, its own shadow, chasing its own tail.

So, on with the DVD review: Source Code (while derivative of such) was SO DIFFERENT IN EVERY WAY from its obvious reference material 'Groundhog Day' and 'Quantum Leap'. There were some absolutely gorgeous narrative revelations during the course of this cunningly-scripted screenplay. And that's all I'm prepared to reveal about it.
Kudos to the production team.
Kudos to the writing team.
Kudos to the score.
WARNING: I personally found it EXTREMELY DIFFICULT to watch the last reel of this film. It was that well done, even typing about it now fills me with an overwhelming sense of utter physical and emotional exhaustion. I recommend this film to EVERYONE living on a parallel world where Creativity, Passion and Kinship are an integral part of your daily existence.
FREE PLANET will prevail.

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