USA / English
"their only crime was curiosity "A young boy is arrested by the US Secret Service for writing a computer virus and is banned from using a computer until his 18th birthday...
Fun, Fun movie...
This flick came out during my freshman year of high school, pretty much
everyone who saw it that I knew had a blast watching it, and in fact saw
several times in the theater (one fellow saw it about 6 times i think).
While the computer screens depicted aren't realistic so to speak (I'll get
to that in a moment) it was exciting, and made computers exciting again,
also didn't hurt the fact that everyone I knew used Macs just like the
Hackers in the movie, so as you can imagine, it inspired many of us to see
if we had the potential to do similar things but ultimately gave up
in a few CD-ROM games was much more entertaining;;) ). Anyways, now I own
the film on DVD and I believe I've come to a revelation regarding the
computer screens shown in the film...what we see is not what is actually
happening on the screen, what they're showing us is what the hackers are
doing, as visualized in their mind, they picture the data on the screen in
way in their head where it comes together, and what we see is that picture
in their head, if maybe only an enhanced picture...anyways, thought I'd
Oh, and isn't it funny to see computer geeks drooling over a laptop with a
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