Jake Gyllenhaal’s Explosive Action Movie Streams For Free

By Matthew Creith | Posted

Amazon FreeVee may not have the name recognition that some other subscription streaming services have, but it should be one to watch when it comes to premium content. Renamed from its old moniker of IMDb TV, FreeVee is a free streaming platform that allows users to watch 24/7 entertainment channels that often include original series and movies. that viewers won’t find on other platforms. Some of them might be household names like the recent addition Love Accidentally, as well as the FreeVee Original Hollywood Houselift series starring Jeff Lewis. One movie, in particular, is currently streaming for free on FreeVee, Source codeand it was a film that helped propel actor Jake Gyllenhaal to superstardom after a string of independent feature films that helped establish Gyllenhaal as the go-to actor of the 2000s.

Jake Gyllenhaal

According to JustWatch, Jake Gyllenhaal Source code is available to stream on Hulu, but viewers can watch the action-thriller for free by downloading FreeVee. Source code was directed by Duncan Jones and was released theatrically in 2011. The film had its world premiere at South by Southwest that year and ultimately grossed over $147 million against a budget of $31 million. After his successful directorial debut with 2009 Moon with Sam Rockwell, Jones took Source code before venturing into uncharted territory with the 2016s Warcraft and 2018 Mute. Nowadays, Source code is one of Jones’ highest-grossing and arguably most entertaining films.

Source code stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a man who wakes up in someone else’s body on a Chicago commuter train, with no memory of how he got there. He believes he is Captain Colter Stevens, a US Army pilot fighting in Afghanistan, but to others he is Sean Fentress, a teacher. Also on the train is her friend Christina, played by Michelle Monaghan, who doesn’t understand Stevens’ confusion. The train suddenly explodes but Stevens survives and quickly learns that he is part of a government plot to locate the train’s bomber. With a story similar to the character of Bruce Willis in twelve monkeysStevens is sent back in time just before the explosion and must do what he can to find the suicide bomber. Source code also stars Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Wright and Scott Bakula.

Upon its theatrical release, the Jake Gyllenhaal-directed film Source code became a hit with critics and audiences. In the current state of affairs, Source code is ranked on Rotten Tomatoes with 92% on its tomatometer from 265 verified reviews, making the film certified fresh. It also achieved an audience score of 82% from over 100,000 user reviews on the site. Likewise, Metacritic ranks the film with a Metascore of 74 based on 41 reviews and a User Score of 7.7 based on 785 viewer ratings, which generally denotes a generally favorable rating from critics and audiences.

Jake Gyllenhaal

As for Jake Gyllenhaal’s performance, Source code is a rare feat from an actor who tends to play it close to the chest. With an incredibly memorable role opposite Heath Ledger in Brokeback Mountainwhich saw the actor earn his first Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination, Gyllenhaal took his career to new heights with major roles in Jarhead and Somnambulist. The actor who showed his talents in independent feature films like Donnie Darko chose to elevate the sci-fi genre by portraying the protagonist of Source code to great success. According to SlashFilm’s ranking of all of Gyllenhaal’s performances, Source code lands in the top ten of the 15 best films the actor has made to date.

Source code is also known for its blend of sci-fi, mystery and murder. Written by Ben Ripley, the film laid the foundation for some of Ripley’s later work, including the 2017 remake of Flatliners with Elliot Page and Diego Luna, as well as the next Black-smith, with Laurence Fishburne. Recently it was revealed that a Source code the sequel may be in the works, but it doesn’t look like Jake Gyllenhaal or Duncan Jones are confirmed yet. Nonetheless, audiences can still watch the original film on Hulu for now for a fee, or on Amazon FreeVee for free.

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