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Wednesday, Mar 2, 2011
Duncan Jones' follow-up to Moon looks fun... if a tad familiar.

While it seems to be channeling 12 Monkeys by way of Unbreakable, the latest from Duncan Jones (son of David Bowie and director of 2009’s indie hit Moon) has a whiz bang feel that promises something both special, if slightly familiar. Take a look for yourself in this latest trailer (the film opens on 1 April):


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Source Code seems perfectly suited to the strengths of Duncan Jones: chiefly, the way he can take a simple science fiction hook and build a little movie world around it.
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