Mike Regan has everything he could ever want, a beautiful family and a top of the line smart house. The company he owns is on the verge of changing flight leasing forever. That is, until the relationship with his I.T. advisor turns nasty, to the point where his teenage daughter is being stalked and his family is under attack through every technological facet of their lives.Written by
Pierce Brosnan is 23 years older than the actress who plays his wife. See more »
When Porter picks up Kaitlyn at school, she is wearing ankle boots with her short school uniform skirt. In the next scene, just arriving at her home, she is still wearing the same uniform skirt but now with knee high socks and loafers. See more »
It sounds interesting enough: Pierce Brosnan plays an airline tycoon who accidentally befriends the wrong dude, namely one of his IT guys, Patrick who becomes obsessed with becoming a part of his life (or rather obsessed with getting into his daughter Kaitlyn's), and when he tries to get rid off him, this guy turns their smart house against them, and shows them the absolute horrors of what it means to be online all the time.
It's a story that I've seen million times before, and despite this possibly being the first time I've seen the story done in this era of all smart phones having a camera and everyone on social media (but I'm sure there exist a another movie that has done that before this one), the story itself is predictable and unimaginative enough that it overshadows the updated concept.
Pierce Brosnan is very good in a really bad movie. I'm not sure what that really means. Usually when an actor is driving a crap vehicle, it only showcases what a great driver the actor can be, but in this case the vehicle was too crappy to actually do that. It evens out for both somewhere in the middle.
Not the worse movie in the world, just a very weak attempt at an old cliché.
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