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Angela Bennett's a software engineer type who works from home and has few friends outside of cyberspace. Taking her first vacation in years, she becomes embroiled in a web of computer espionage. Written by
One of the few PG-13 rated movies to use the word "fuck" in a sexual context. See more »
Just as Angela is throwing the monitor at the nurse's desk onto the floor, you can see the monitor casing separate, showing it was prepared to fall apart when it hit the floor. See more »
The beauty of the Gatekeeper system is that we can get in and out of the FBI like it's the Public Library. It's a beautiful system.
Let's finish the work and get the hell outta here. These people make me nervous.
No harm done. Everything you done will be wiped out by just escaping the system.
[dares Devlin to press the "Escape" button]
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Unlike a box of cereal, a movie does not have contents, instead a movie has scenes and sequences. When I emptied out the contents of this cereal box of a movie, I looked upon a spread-out mass of meaningless pieces, not worth consuming. They made the movie too soon, like the studio heard back in 95 that the Internet might be a thing in the future, so they cobble together a feeble film under the premise that being first is always best, first internet movie! yeah! Generic thriller ham-fistedly rendered, lacking at all times suspense. Featuring a PG-13 rating so you know for certain nothing awesome will happen, no blood no tittie no cussing no violence. All of our schemes and machinations just to have sex with each other--it's all a big joke.
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