Source Code 4K 2011 Ultra HD 2160p REMUX

Source Code 4K 2011 Ultra HD 2160p REMUX
BDRemux 4K 2160P
Сountry: USA | Canada
Genre: Thriller
Language: English
Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Wright, Michael Arden, Cas Anvar, Russell Peters, Brent Skagford, Craig Thomas, Gordon Masten, Susan Bain, Paula Jean Hixson, Lincoln Ward, Kyle Gatehouse, Albert Kwan...

An action thriller centered on a soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and discovers he's part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train.

Source Code 4K 2011 Ultra HD 2160p REMUX Review
Source Code is presented on 4K UHD courtesy of Lionsgate Films and Summit Entertainment with a 2160p transfer in 1.85:1. This is an interesting production from a technical standpoint, with two different film stocks credited (Kodak and Fuji) and (according to the IMDb) other digital capture incorporated courtesy of Red Cameras. There's therefore a fairly heterogeneous look here, and I'm once again not totally "convinced" (for want of a better word) with the look of the grain field in some of the footage. I'm assuming that at least some of the differences in grain structure and resolution seen in Source Code are due to the different films utilized, but one way or the other there are selected sequences that look fairly noisy, at least when compared to other moments in the film. Keep your eyes peeled on the kind of yellow/tan window wells in the train during the opening sequence (and later return visits), and grain tends to swarm there a bit. It's even thicker and more swarmlike in later moments like one of the closing scenes where Captain Goodwin (Vera Farmiga) walks into the office of Dr. Rutledge (Jeffrey Wright). But even in the grainier moments, fine detail has the typical uptick that we often see in 4K UHD versions of 2K DI material. Some of the other sequences, like the many dark cockpit scenes, feature at least marginally improved shadow detail. Dolby Vision has added some interesting new highlights, with a lot of the blues and grays in the train sequences nicely suffused, and some really creamy looking teals in the almost watercolor-esque look of scenery through fogged up train windows. The cockpit scenes look a bit more desaturated in this version, and there's an almost stunning difference in warmth between Captain Goodwin on Colter's cockpit monitor and cutaways to her in "real life".
Source Code's 4K UHD presentation receives a notable sonic upgrade with a very forceful and immersive Dolby Atmos track. The first thing I personally noticed was the kind of stabbing pulses of Chris P. Bacon's effective score offering nice surround placement, but there was also the memorable shot of the goose (I think) connecting with a lake right as the train passes by (a shot that's returned to frequently) that featured on the first excellent discrete channelization placements, something that occurs regularly throughout the rest of the presentation. There's good engagement of the Atmos channels in everything from the devastating explosions that erupt at the end of a lot of the film's vignettes to more mundane things like the background noises on the train. Some of this mix tends to be on the subtle side, especially when Colter and Christina are talking, but even here there are snippets of surround activity as stuff happens in the background on the train. Fidelity is excellent throughout, supporting clean and clear delivery of dialogue.

My first glance, I thought it's gonna be an ordinary action movie. The guy will look for the bomber, He'll find the bomber, he wants to save the girl, Eventually he saves the girl. But the movie isn't like that. The movie ends up having mysteries with unpredictably smart revelations. It's not an action blockbuster cookie cutter. It's a unique kind of movie that intrigues the whole cinema and let us enjoy the ride in a new way.

"Source Code" is not a clichéd mediocre action blockbuster. The movie avoids being predictable and wants to be smart and mind-bending. Duncan Jones isn't the kind of director who cares about the action. By the way this is his first action movie but he's smart for not making super cool unrealistic action scenes. He cares about the story. The movie have many intriguing subplots that is not easy to figure out. The movie wanted to be as smart as possible.

The performances were great. Jake Gyllenhaal made the whole game exciting. Michelle Monaghan shows her role's innocence. Vera Farmiga is obviously good in here. Jeffery Wright is the best among the four. The rest of the filmmaking, Chris Bacon's music score sounds old fashion and I liked it. The effects isn't really that great but it doesn't matter. The script is indeed smart. The movie also has a heart.

"Source Code" is as good as "Limitless". Both of them had the same reason why is it good. It's smart, intriguing(I've said this word many times in this review), and indeed original. Most action movies these days wanted to be super cool and super loud. "Source Code" doesn't really have a big action but it's more fun, made more sense and it's super smart.

Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision + HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

English: Dolby Atmos
English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: Dolby Digital 5.1

English, English SDH, Spanish

File size: 50.78 GB

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