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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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... Brad Weston
... Alex
... Dylan Weston
... Russ
... Elliot Nescher
... Kathy
... Kenny
... Detective
... Recruit
... Franklin
... Miriam
Robert Leon Casey ... Pilot (as Robert Casey)
... Jock
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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 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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