Alex is a young Ukranian immigrant, who supports his parents by doing illegal jobs on the internet. His best friend Sye is a black market dealer, who helps Alex make money. Kira - who has ... See full summary »
Daniel Eric Gold
Kacper, a middle-aged high-school history teacher, begins to lose his eyesight. The medical diagnosis leaves no hope. Initially heartbroken, he attempts to hide his health problems from the outside world.
A young boy is arrested by the U.S. Secret Service for writing a computer virus and is banned from using a computer until his 18th birthday. Years later, he and his new-found friends ... See full summary »
Jonny Lee Miller,
Seven long-time friends get together for a dinner. When they decide to share with each other the content of every text message, email and phone call they receive, many secrets start to unveil and the equilibrium trembles.
Well there is not much to say about this movie - it's just another of those stupid computer movies written by people who cannot tell a difference between a monitor and a printer. The only thing that made me watch the movie was a gossip, that the director hired some "linux-hacker guys" as consultants. Yeah you could see this - there is just ONE moment in the movie when they mention "sendmail" and other words which might be used when talking about hacking sites. The rest is a classic crap - flashing huge ERROR signs (of course with a loud buzz), specially prepared websites looking totally unnatural and other stuff which looks totally unprofesional even for somebody who isn't a hacker himself.
The plot is absurd - making gargantuan transactions with stolen money isn't noticed by anyone (hiring the biggest building in Poland, which actually isn't for hire). Well it could work if the film was a comedy. But it isn't.
And the motto "Can't buy me love" has been used in zillions of movies. Well
watch it only if you want to laugh from "hackers" using interent
explorer for hacking.... :)
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