Foldy goes ramblematic on the dark implications behind Source Code.
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This was my whole beef with the movie. The fact that this guy is totally ok, which he says in that last text message, with the fact that he just stole this teacher’s life, probably multiple times (as this was his first go and fails multiple times, so in those failed timelines, they will recreate it again until it works, which would lead to multiple lines where he succeeds). Agreed, it’s like the lesser of two evils (not really, since the bombing still happens in all the timelines where he fails), but they made it look so insignificant while it’s probably the most interesting idea in the movie. If that was done intentionally to get a discussion started I would applaud it but it just feels like a cop out to me.
A lot of people really think this is a happy ending and it’s not. Between the lines, it actually has the age old “careful with technology” message and I’m not convinced that this wasn’t their original intention.
This is really old but I always thought this movie was fascinating so I’m going to comment anyway.
The ending was the part of the movie that didn’t add up. Colter Stevens was blown up and died and he’s totally okay almost immediately afterwards? That’s not how that works. There’s a thing called ptsd and he would most likely have a really bad case of it.
Add that to the whole doesn’t know his own address, mother’s name etc. and people are just going to think he’s gone crazy. So much for that happy ending he thought he was getting.
The alternative, I guess, is for him to just leave his old life entirely behind and start over. New people at a new job and in a new city won’t know his new personality is any different from his old one. That’s something you could definitely do, but… in that case it sucks for everyone who really cared about him because all of sudden he’d be gone and they’d never know the real reason why.
There’s also the fact that basically Sean is dead and regardless of what Colter does going forward, nobody who ever knew Sean will ever get to mourn him. That’s messed up.