It's millennium eve. At the stroke of midnight the Y2K computer bug kicks in, causing widespread chaos in the US.

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Nick Cromwell
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Martin Lowell
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Alix Cromwell
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Ann Lee
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Rick Rothman
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Nuclear Plant Foreman
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Kelly Cromwell
Michael David Simms
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Benjamin Cromwell
Michal Suchánek ...
Donny Cromwell
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Roy Jenkins
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Sally McDonald (as Tiffany Knight)
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Ross Singer
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Caldwell Stone
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It's millennium eve. At the stroke of midnight the Y2K computer bug kicks in, causing widespread chaos in the US.

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21 November 1999 (USA)  »

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Countdown to Chaos  »

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The film takes place from December 31, 1999 to January 1, 2000. See more »

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What was the purpose of this movie?
11 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

I was working for Bank X when this movie came out. The corporate offices actually released a statement, and we all had to attend a meeting, letting us know what the movie was about, how it portrayed banks, and how we had to assure customers that things that happened in the movie wouldn't happen in real life. I thought the meeting was a waste of time- who was really going to come in and freak about? Apparently half of their customers. We had people ordering money to bury in their backyards. Almost every customer warned me to go straight home on New Year's Eve. A lot of people wanted to know if the ATMs were going to be working, and when would we start rationing out the money? It was disgusting that people are this gullible and stupid.

This movie was a waste of time for anyone with half a brain, and the cause of a paranoid break down for people dumb enough to believe it. Thanks, NBC, for making the last two weeks of 1999 a living hell for me and the other bank employees.


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