The IP address that Nic and Jonah use to trace Nomad's location in Nevada, 220.127.116.11, actually belongs to "SMILE - Internet Gold" which is one of Israel's largest communication companies that provides web connectivity to thousands of subscribers, in both business and residential environments. See more »
When Nic and Jonah are decrypting the IP address of the person they believe to the hacker named "Nomad", Jonah starts to dictate the IP address 18.104.22.168 to Nic, and start writing it to the wall. But after this scene, this IP address is not written in the wall.
Whilst we hear the full IP address spoken, we never explicitly see it written down in full (camera angle). Also interesting to note, is how he repeats 147. There's nothing to suggest however he actually writes this down in order either as we see the first 3 octets afterwards, but 147 does appears twice on the wall, one of which is circled. See more »
Take a look at yourself, Nic. The perfect integration of human will and alien technology. Our finest achievement.
Nomad, yes. I brought you here. But remember, Nic, you were the one who came looking for me. So you might want to ask yourself, "Did I find what I was looking for?"
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Piano Piece in A Major
Performed by Mark Gordon
Written by Franz Schubert
Arranged by Mark Gordon
Courtesy of Lofi Music See more »
This film caught my eye because it had Laurence Fishburne. It's shallow, I know, but I am also a sci-fan fan and that's what sold it. The movie was a pleasant escape from reality, though at times, I was fiddling a bit in my chair. There were some long scenes of silence and eye candy, artistic nostalgic-type flashbacks. I enjoyed that the characters are young and the director is young, so the movie feels fresh. For the most part the plot is realistic, but some parts (won't spoil it) weren't. I followed the movie with interest, and was very impressed by the animation and graphics. The acting was good, included romance, action, a bit of humor, and of course, psychological thriller. Other sci-fi movies bend my mind leaving me dumbfounded, but this one was more entertainment, which is kind of a relief.
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