Source Code - 2010
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Christina: Hey Sean. Hey Sean. Sean! I took your advice. It was very good advice. Sean. Sean!
Colter: Look I can see that you think you know me, but I don't know who you are. My name is Captain Colter Stevens.
Christina: You're kinda freaking me out.
Colter: No no no no no no no.
Christina: Talk to me Sean.
Colter: Look I don't know who Sean is and I don't know who you are.
Colleen: Welcome back Captain Stevens.
Colter: Where am I?
Dr. Rutledge: You are inside the source code.
Colter: What is the source code?
Colleen: It's a computer program Captain.
Dr. Rutledge: Source code enables you to cross over into another man's identity in the last 8 minutes of his life.
Colleen: At 7:48 this morning a bomb exploded on a train outside of Chicago killing everyone on board. A man named Sean Fentress was on that train. He is now you. Think Captain, remember back. Who bombed the train?
Colter: I don't know who bombed the train!
Colleen: Then try again.
Colter: Wait, no, I...
Christina: So what do you think?
Colter: It's the same train but different.
Colleen: We've been informed there will be another attack in 6 hours. If you find the bomber the next attack can be prevented. Concentrate on the passengers in your car. Look for ones who seem nervous. As always you will have 8 minutes.
Colter: 8 minutes, and then I blow up again.
Colter: What would you do if you knew you had less than 8 minutes to live?
Christina: I'd make those seconds count.
Colter: I want to go back in. I'm going to save her.
Dr. Rutledge: You can't. It doesn't work that way.
Colleen: Christina is dead.
Colter: She doesn't have to be.
Dr. Rutledge: You cannot alter this reality while inside the source code.
Colter: I'm asking you to have the decency to let me try.
Colter: What's going on?
Technician: He's in trouble.
Colter: Tell me that everything's going to be OK.
Christina: Everything's going to be OK.
advice: a suggestion or some information given to help you
freaking me out: somebody is frightening me or really worrying me
enables: to allow somebody to do something
identity: all of the things that make a person different from everybody else - things that make a person an individual
informed: to have been given some information
prevented: to have stopped something from happening
concentrate: to put all of your focus and effort on one thing
nervous: feeling worried or uneasy about something
make something count: to make something worthwhile or important
decency: to be able to recognize the correct or right thing to do in a situation
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