Sci-fi thriller 'Source Code', starring Jake Gyllenhaal, bends time to uncover a terrorist plot. Source Code is a sort of metaphysical Groundhog Day.
Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal are the main draws in 'Love & Other Drugs,' a weepie that wastes an opportunity to look at medical malfeasance.
Strictly speaking, we're all one-way time travelers: plodding forward through the progress of existence second-by-second. And thanks to special relativity, you could, in principle, skip ahead into the future by traveling at a very high speed relative to your contemporaries. But that, too, would be a one-way trip. As for travel back in time? Some physicists cautiously speculate that it is possible, but only time will tell. In the meantime, here are our top ten favorite fictional time travelers.
Two working stiffs envision the good life with an heiress’s ransom in this taut crime drama.
Green Hornet mania is sweeping the blogosphere, as the first trailer for the masked superhero – played by Seth Rogen – is now available for public consumption. But will the movie be like every other action comedy, or will it break new ground?