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Tuesday
Mar082011

A Time Traveler's Film(s)

Hollywood tends to have it's phases of films released in some what popular bursts. Most recently one can obviously mention movies about vampires, werewolves, robots etc. So I feel it is pretty safe to predict the next coming of popular move genres to include some form of time travel. Within several weeks a film called Source Code will hit theaters starring Jake Gyllenhaal as a soldier that is sent back in time in order to stop a disastrous bomb from exploding on a train...Ok, there are dozens of films that have included a similar plot in some form or another, a few that came to my mind were films like Deja Vu, Timecop, Star Trek, Minority Report etc. Not to mention recent time travel films like Terminator: Salvation or Hot Tub Time Machine. Jake Gyllenhall is no stranger to the subject, having starred in Donnie Darko and Prince of Persia: Sands of Time. There will be more time travel coming our way most definitely. In recent news Disney will be taking on a film called The Runner in which...you guessed it, a man is sent back in time to change the course of history. But let me be fair, this is usually the reason we travel back in time no? I for one am not to excited about Source Code (which may have no direct correlation with the fact that source code is simply text written in computer language form) but it hits theaters April 1st, and by the looks of the trailer, this film offers nothing new. If you are in the mood for what I think is a great time travel film, that not many have seen check out Primer. Which took only $7000 to make by the way. The director of Primer will be lending his expertise to another time travel film starring Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt coming in 2012 with the title, Looper (a Rian Johnson film).