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This film is based on the story The Last Hippie, by Dr. Oliver Sacks (he gave us Awakenings)
Source Code is by director Duncan Jones, son of David Bowie. He was off to a promising start with his movie Moon, which I thought was a blast.
For anybody looking for a good movie to see, picking this would be a win-w
There may be a few scenes that people find slow. Others might be bothered by those pesky subtitles at the bottom of the screen. I was glued to every scene.
No more of these movies with 20-something characters drifting around saying things that are supposed to be profound or funny.
The only people that should be seeing this are 11-year-olds. Anybody younger is too young for the PG film; anyone older will think this is all sophomoric and uninteresting.
This is an interesting character study most will enjoy.
This movie had the potential to be like the enjoyable film My Dinner With Andre.
Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, British-born American actress, passes away in Los Angeles
A road trip/buddy picture; Simon Pegg and Nick Frost wrote the film, and it hits all the right notes.
Sci-fi films look to bring in the green (in ticket sales and alien goo) for the rest of 2011
I laughed when The Lincoln Lawyer production notes stated it was a courtroom drama starring Matthew McConaughey, who hadn’t seen a courtroom since A Time to Kill, with Sandra
The updated version of Flowers for Algernon, and for the most part, it works.
The story about a girl who lives with a mean, rich aunt, and eventually ends up in a horribly run orphanage.
A lioness in the wetlands of Botswana’s Okavango Delta battles crocodiles, buffalos, elephants, man, fire, hyenas, and even other lions – all to raise her cubs.


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