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Rating & Content Info
Why is Source Code rated PG-13? Source Code is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some violence including disturbing images, and for language.
Violence: A bomb explodes on a busy commuter train—this scenario is repeated many times with the train exploding and careening off the track onto a busy street. A man punches, harasses and threatens passengers on a train; he also breaks into a locked compartment and steals a conductor’s pistol. A character falls from a train and sustains bloody injuries. Two characters are shot and shown on the ground surrounded by blood. A terrorist discusses plans to detonate a large bomb. A disembodied human torso and head with part of the brain exposed is seen in a medical environment.
Sexual Content: Two brief sexual remarks are heard. A man and woman kiss.
Language: A single sexual expletive is used, along with infrequent scatological and mild profanities.
Drugs/Alcohol: None noted.
Page last updated July 11, 2016
|British Columbia||PG||Violence, Coarse Language.|
|Alberta||PG||Coarse Language, Violence.|
|Manitoba||PG||Not Recommended For Young Children, Frightening Scenes.|
|Ontario||PG||Violence, Language May Offend.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Source Code"
Cast and Crew
Source Code is directed by Duncan Jones and stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga.
The most recent home video release of Source Code movie is July 26, 2011. Here are some details…
Source Code releases to DVD and Blu-ray on July 26, 2011, with the following bonus extras:
- Audio Commentary with Jake Gyllenhaal, director Duncan Jones and writer Ben Ripley
- Access: Source Code activate dynamic “scene specific” features including interviews with the cast, expert opinions on time travel, trivia and more!
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