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WarGames: The Dead Code (2008)

PG-13 | | Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller | Video 29 July 2008
The United State's Department of Homeland Security is led to believe an American teen hacker playing a terrorist-attack simulator game online is a real terrorist out to destroy the U.S.

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The United State's Department of Homeland Security is led to believe an American teen hacker playing a terrorist-attack simulator game online is a real terrorist out to destroy the U.S.

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The launch code that would have launched a nuclear missile on Washington, D.C. is the same as the launch code used for the original "War Games" Movie, cpe1704tks. See more »

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The subway trains in Montreal run on rubber wheels and are actually very quiet. They do not make a clickety clack sound like trains with metal wheels. See more »

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R.I.P.L.E.Y.: A strange game. The only way to win is not to play,
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Very lacking on plot
23 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is mostly chase scenes and special effects. It is very weak on plot. Most of the computer talk was just mumbo-jumbo. I watched this because I was a big fan of the original War Games movie which was based mostly on computer fact and real computer terminology. This movie had none of that. Most of the computer scenes were not only impossible and highly unrealistic of real computers and networks, but just lame. It is like it was written by somebody who has no comprehension of real computers.

The ripley game was lame and was essentially just an arcade game. No real hacking, so what was the point? Movie was boring. Lame sequel.


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