Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal), a helicopter pilot for the army, wakes up disoriented on a passenger train. He doesn’t recognise his girlfriend (Michelle Monaghan) and jumps when he sees his own reflection as he doesn’t look the way he remembers. Moments later he wakes up again, but now finds himself in a capsule in front of a monitor with a woman telling him what he should do and warps back to the train. Slowly he finds out that there is a bomb on the train and it is his assignment to find it and the person who planted it. Continue reading
Visiting a movie theatre is not what is used to be. There once was a time where you could just buy a ticket, get your refreshments and wait for the doors to open, no more. It seems that visiting a cinema needs to be an “experience”. At least that was what I found out when visiting to see this movie.
The theatre I go to (called Pathé) has special Ladies nights, which I was not aware of. It’s quite succesful as most of the people walking around were actually women. To cater to these women they were selling clothing, makeup etcetera and a lot of women were buying. It was something I was not prepared for. After finally managing to get through the crowd it was time to watch Due Date, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis. Continue reading