Watch source code 2011 online free. Decorated soldier Captain Colter Stevens wakes up in the body of an unknown man, discovering he’s involved in a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train. He learns he’s part of a top-secret experimental program that enables him to experience the final 8 minutes of another person’s life. Colter re-lives the train incident over and over again, gathering more clues each time. But can he discover who is responsible for the attack before the next one happens?
He is Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal). That he is sure of. That’s why it’s strange when he finds himself on a Chicago commuter train talking to Christina Warren (Michelle Monaghan), a woman he’s never met. It’s even stranger when he goes into the toilet and sees a face in the mirror that doesn’t belong to him.
We are far from sure in the early scenes, which embed us in his confusion. Because some of the pleasure comes from unwinding the mystery, I’d advise you to stop reading now — unless the helpful TV ads have already hinted at the secret.
Colter gains consciousness to find himself (as himself) in a secret Army lab, talking to a scientist named Colleen Goodwin (Vera Farmiga). He gradually understands that the commuter train was destroyed by a terrorist bomb, and that the brain of one of the victims was harvested for memories of the last eight minutes before the explosion. That’s a first cousin to the old theory that a killer’s image remains imprinted on the victim’s retinas.
Colleen Goodwin (Vera Farmiga) and her Army intelligence team believe that by rerunning those eight minutes, they can discover the identity of the terrorist and prevent a larger explosion that could destroy Chicago. This is because the terrorist unwisely detonated the small bomb as a warning, or something, I dunno. In the movies, evildoers love to pass out alarms and clues so they can be prevented from carrying out their schemes. This is a more sophisticated variation of the Talking Killer Syndrome.