7/10 - A soldier, who until recently was serving in Afghanistan, wakes up on a train in someone elses body. Eight minutes later he's a sort of paste for a fraction of a second then he wakes up again, this time in a strange chamber and discovers that he is connected to a device that will, if his mission is successful, tell them who is about to detonate a dirty bomb in the middle of Brooklyn.
I enjoyed this much more than i thought i was going to, but i did find myself wondering if it was being a bit too smart for it's own good, over-complicating decent, simple plot lines with jargon. Nice story though, not that difficult to watch if you ignore all the techno-bedazzlery and just pay attention to what's actually happening. I found it a shame that, after tying up so many details that had come up during the film, it leaves one last one hanging with very little explanation - frustrating and unnecessary.
You know what to do. Get the moped, tie down your hamsters and I'll see you at oh-twelve hundred o'clocks. It's time to find a Slade (and I don't mean a 70s band specialising in shit Christmas songs - although that's as good a place to start as any).