Karlie Kendall's job is to write computer games - but in her spare time she hacks bank accounts. With 5 million dollars gathered, she wants to retire to Brazil - unaware that her secret ... See full summary »
Karlie Kendall's job is to write computer games - but in her spare time she hacks bank accounts. With 5 million dollars gathered, she wants to retire to Brazil - unaware that her secret partner Adrienne intends to keep all the money. Moreover, Karlie's boss Julien has got to know of her doing and has hired villains to get hold of the treasure. Only after Karlie's death they realize that she has hidden the money well inside the computer game "Thrillkill" - leaving the single clue to her sister, stewardess Bobbie. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
Not very many people have watched this movie honestly, I mean do you ever see in in the rentals at all? (I know I never have) Yes, a "B" movie, who wants to see those these days... everyone would rather go and watch Hilary Duff, I know. I barely ever see anything good on TV anymore. I think that this movie was aight. I don't think I would have ever watched it if I hadn't been related to Colleen Embree (Toni Parish). The plot was alright I suppose. I mean you usually do want a story but it could have been expanded a bit. It seemed so vague on the information.
The ending was really where it started to go wrong though, it was just all too quick and it didn't really make sense. All the action was good but it moved too quickly right back into that whole "everything's gonna be okay" idea. Was is not a little bit too cheesy. I almost want to wonder what happened to everyone else.
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