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Terminal Error (2002)

PG-13 | | Thriller, Sci-Fi | 26 April 2002 (USA)
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A disgruntled computer hacker, uses the rebellious son of a major software company president, to create Havoc.

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A disgruntled computer hacker, uses the rebellious son of a major software company president, to create Havoc.

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Rated PG-13 for violence and peril
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A computer monitor bursts into flames in the room Brad is trapped in which is filled with Halon. As explained in the movie, Halon is a fire suppressant that displaces oxygen, making such a fire impossible. See more »

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Terminally idiotic!
4 May 2005 | by (Longmont, Colorado) – See all my reviews

Irredeemably amateurish as this is, it is more entertaining than many big-name flicks...maybe on account of its very trashiness.

Nouri, something less than an A-list actor even in his prime, plays Brad Weston, head of the crappiest looking software company you ever saw. After Busfield (employee reject of the year) throws a spaz and uses Weston's son to download a smart virus into the company computer (in a song no less)which manages among other things to blow a Ukraine nuclear facility to the hereafter - this has to be the WORST special effect ever foisted on to the viewing public at large - things just get dopier.

One must pay homage admittedly to the plastic plane sequences, not to mention the hand-drawn silo launching fx. Salaries aside (assuming anyone was PAID for this) the film obviously had a budget of less than $500....refreshments included! Defying plausibility from the word go, the conceptual brilliance of wiping out an entrenched super-virus, capable of speech and thought incidentally, with a hand-held "Game-Boy" is nothing short of awesome in its originality.

A classic of low-rent sci-fi.


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