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FAQ Article: Which hacker/computer movie is the best?

This is probably one of the most contraversial topics we have ever covered lol! Everyone has seen at least one hollywood movie that contains (or is about) hacking or hackers - but which one is best? which ones haven't you seen?

I know a lot of people have very strong opinions on this :) and some hackers/programmers absolutely despise the hollywood films because of how unrealistic they are.

Personally...i think they are great! Sure, they aren't all that realistic for the most part - but who cares? It's a film and it's meant to be entertaining! Who says films have to be realistic? (fiction anyone?).

This article is going to list the hacking/computer related films that i know of (in no particular order) and give you some idea of what the film is about + whether its worth seeing :) Please - feel free to add comments at the bottom of this article, and if you know of any films I have left out - let me know!

Right (deep breath) - lets go!



  • Hackers (1995)

    Plot Summary: A young boy is arrested by the Secret Service for writing a virus, and banned from using a computer until his 18th birthday. After his 18th, he joins up with a rival hacker, Kate Libby. Together they and their hacker friends battle against a master hacker to save the financial world from ruin.

    Comments: This is usually one of the first hacker films everyone thinks of when asked to name one! Along with "Wargames", it is probably the most classic hollywood hacker film. I know tons of people hate this movie - but just as many people love it too! It is one of the few totally hacking-related films that actually appeals to people who aren't into hacking themselves. Why? because it makes hackers and hacking look cool! (you know you would love it if you could do half the things they do in the film!)

    No matter how unrealistic this film is in places (some information is based on real hacking techniques of the time)...it makes up for it by being a movie that is fun to watch, makes hacking look cool, has a good cast, and a good soundtrack.

    Rating: 10/10


  • Sneakers (1992)

    Plot Summary: As college students in the 60s, Martin Bishop and his pal Cosmo were computer pranksters who wired donations from the Republican Party to the Black Panthers. Twenty-five years later they head a team of experts who are hired to penetrate systems and test their security. This movie follows the group of corporate security experts who get in over their heads when they accept an assignment poaching some hot hardware for the National Security Agency.

    Comments: This is a great film! A lot of people name this as their favourite hacking-related film because it has a strong storyline, a more realistic depiction of hacking/computer security that most movies, and a good cast. It is a good balance of tech, comedy, and action.

    Rating: 9/10


  • Wargames (1983)

    Plot Summary: A young man finds a back door into a military central computer in which reality is confused with game-playing, possibly starting World War III.

    Comments: What can I say - It's the Nostradamus of computer movies. It talks about hacking at a time where the internet was science fiction and the average computer was half as powerfull as a Game Boy. It has some old school phreaking (tampering phone lines) in there as well but all information is just of historical value.

    It's also the movie that inspired programmers to write War Dialers (well known type of software used to find phone lines connected to computers). It might be an old film now - but I think it stands up very well against todays movies. This is a classic and definately a must-see.

    Rating: 8/10



  • Anti-Trust (2001)

    Plot Summary: A computer programmer's dream job at a hot Portland-based firm turns nightmarish when he discovers his boss has a secret and ruthless means of dispatching anti-trust problems.

    Comments: The reviews of this film were very mixed - but I really liked it when I saw it. It has an interesting plot, and develops well across the course of the movie - often being ridiculous, but fun :) There are no flashy graphics when it comes to the computers, and things are kept fairly realistic. I guess you could describe this film as a suspense/thriller set in the world of IT. Honestly, I think it's amazing more films like this haven't been made.

    Rating: 8/10



  • SwordFish (2001)

    Plot Summary: The world's most dangerous spy is hired by the CIA to coerce a computer hacker recently released from prison to help steal billions in unused government funds.

    Comments: When I read about this film (before it's release) - I couldn't wait for it to come out! As you can tell, I am a fan of hollywood hacker films, and this movie sounded awesome! Unfortunately...it didn't live up to expectations :( This is really not a very good film...and is more of an action film than anything (a bad action film at that, with a couple of good scenes).

    The computer scenes are very very hollywood, and this is not a movie for those that like realistic depictions of hacking :) All in all - I would say its worth seeing because its nice to see hollywood at least trying to make a new computer/hacking film - but don't expect this to be anywhere near as good as hackers/sneakers etc.

    Rating: 6/10



  • Mission Impossible (1996)

    Plot Summary: A team of secret agents, on a mission, become a target for unknown assassins. The sole survivor of the team becomes chief suspect in the ensuing international manhunt. Now agent Ethan Hunt must clear his name in a seemingly impossible mission.

    Comments: Ok - so this is not strictly a computer/hacking film - but I want to include it because I think it is a very good film and there is a lot of IT used (and computers + some hacking is featured). This is an intelligent thriller, with a number of plot twists. It is really sad that Mission Impossible 2 (MI2) was completely different (a terrible film - as it lacked all the intelligence of the first one, and ended up as a bad action film).

    Rating: 8/10



  • The Thirteenth Floor (1999)

    Plot Summary: The concept of this film becomes closer to reality every day as games like The Sims let you live life for a computer character. A group of scientists have created a simulated world inside a computer. The inhabitants have a life of their own but people can plug in to take over a character and live their life. None of the characters in the world are aware it isn't real and life goes on for them even when there is no human intervention.

    One of the scientists makes a shocking discovery and manages to leave a message for his colleague with a simulation character before he is murdered and the colleague becomes the prime suspect.

    Comments: What starts out as questioning the use of virtual reality (Do virtual people have a soul?) becomes much more than that. This is very similar in some ways to The Matrix - yet came out before it! This film won't set the world on fire - but I enjoyed it and what it lacks in some areas, it makes up for in plot twists and concepts (this is quite a well thought out film).

    The Thirteenth Floor is a stylish film that raises questions about technology vs. reality, all the while wrapped up in a murder-mystery story line. Recommended. Oh, and there is one particularly cool twist :)

    Rating: 8/10



  • Code Hunter (2002)

    Plot Summary: America's best player is being pulled in to the ultimate cyber-terror. The game's mastermind has stolen his identity

    Comments: This film was originally titled "Storm Watch". It is not as well known as the other films mentioned in this article - but I found it about a year ago and decided to watch it. In a nut shell this is a cyber espionage story..with a few twists - and although its nowhere near the standard of Hackers - it is quite enjoyable and some bits are pretty good.

    Rating: 7/10



  • Enemy of the State (1998)

    Plot Summary: Robert Clayton Dean (Will Smith) is a lawyer with a wife and family whose happily normal life is turned upside down after a chance meeting with a college buddy (Jason Lee) at a lingerie shop. Unbeknownst to the lawyer, he's just been burdened with a videotape of a congressman's assassination. Hot on the tail of this tape is a ruthless group of National Security Agents commanded by a belligerently ambitious fed named Reynolds (Jon Voight).

    Using surveillance from satellites, bugs and other sophisticated snooping devices, the NSA infiltrates every facet of Dean's existence, tracing each physical and digital footprint he leaves. Driven by acute paranoia, Dean enlists the help of a clandestine former NSA operative named Brill (Gene Hackman) and Enemy of the State kicks into high-intensity hyperdrive

    Comments: I am including this because - it is a truly great film! It might not be strictly about hacking, but there is a lot of spy technology features and a lot about the NSA and big brother. This film has an excellent storyline and will keep you in suspense throughout. Fans of technology, intelligent thrillers, and action movies will love this film I think.

    Rating: 9/10



  • eXistenZ (1999)

    Plot Summary: Jennifer Jason Leigh is game designer Allegra Geller, responsible for the new state-of-the-art eXistenZ game system; along with PR newbie Ted Pikul (Jude Law), they take the beta version of the game for a test drive and are immersed in a dangerous alternate reality.

    The game isn't quite like PlayStation, though; it's a latexy pod made from the guts of mutant amphibians and plugs via an umbilical cord directly into the user's spinal column (through a BioPort). It powers up through the player's own nervous system and taps into the subconscious; with several players it networks their brains together.

    Comments: This is a clever film in some ways - and follows a similar style/concept to "The Thirteenth Floor" and "The Matrix". eXistenZ is a complicated sci-fi opus, often almost confusing due to the plot twists - but that is what keeps you interested and wanting more!

    The concept of mixing reality with a computer program (virtual reality) is a popular theme - but this is one film that does it well and keeps you guessing. I can't say too much about it - just watch it and see what you think :)

    Rating: 7/10



  • Lawnmower Man (1992)

    Plot Summary: Jobe, the church gardener known as the Lawnmower Man, is an adult with a six-year-old's mind. At Cybertech, a nearby research centre, Dr Angelo uses his technological breakthrough, an advanced virtual reality computer system, to accelerate the intelligence of laboratory chimps. Ater a chance meeting with Jobe, Dr Angelo begins experiments to advance Jobe's intelligence... with amazing and disturbing results. Based on a short story by Stephen King.

    Comments: For 1992, this is a very nicely made film delving into the world of virtual reality - at the time I hadn't seen anything like it before. The plot is good, and quite plausible as Sci-Fi goes and with a neat twist at the end.

    Rating: 7/10



  • The Net (1995)

    Plot Summary: Her driver's license. Her credit cards. Her bank accounts. Her identity. DELETED. A freelance computer systems analyst is plunged into a web of corruption and murder when she stumbles onto a computer program she was never meant to see.

    Comments: I know people hate this film with a passion lol :) Although some of the suspense contrivances may seem simplistically predictable, there's an undeniable fascination in the theme of losing one's identity. Everywhere Bullock turns she's faced with either a bald reflection or mirroring metaphor of how the computer age strips us of individuality. And, indeed, privacy. This film is very hollywood and quite cheesy - but for all that, its quite good fun.

    Rating: 7/10



  • Track Down (Takedown) (2000)

    Plot Summary: This film is based on the story of the capture of computer hacker "Kevin Mitnick".

    Comments: This film goes under many names! A lot of people on the Internet refer to it as "Hackers 2" - which is nonsense, since it is nothing to do with the film "Hackers". I have seen this film called "Cybertraque" (french version), "Manhunt", "Takedown", and more recently (for DVD release) "Track Down".

    When I first heard about this film, it was not released on DVD and was very hard to get - but I managed to buy it from Amazon France :) Basically, this is based on the true story of Kevin Mitnick - but it is done in a near-fictional way (i.e. they have added stuff that never happened in real life). People who know the true story of Mitnick will be horrified by this film as it does not portray Mitnick in a good light or give an accurate representation of what happened. However, if you just watch it for entertainment value and forget its meant to be based on a true story - it is actually quite watchable.

    If you want to know the true story of Kevin Mitnick - watch "Freedom Downtime" (linked to at the bottom of this article).

    Rating: 7/10



  • Tron (1982)

    Plot Summary: A hacker is literally abducted into the world of a computer and forced to participate in gladiatorial games where his only chance of escape is with the help of a heroic security program.

    Comments: Made in 1982 - wow :) Even though the effects in this movie are somewhat 'dated', they are still unique - and this movie is an important piece of cinema history. The fact is, this is where the modern Computer graphic effects industry began. This is a must-see for sure.

    Rating: 7/10



  • Netforce (1999)

    Plot Summary: The future finds information to be power and controlling the Internet the greatest power of all. The commander of Net Force, a division of the FBI whose sole purpose is to protect the Net from Corruption, is assigned the job of tracking down a top assassin.

    Comments: It sounds so good - and it really is a great premise for a film...the problem is, the movie is awful. It's really a made-for-tv movie, and has a very low budget. However, its not the budget that lets the movie down...its everything! predictable, boring, badly acted...avoid.

    Rating: 2/10



  • 23 - Nichts ist so wie es Scheint (1998)

    Plot Summary: "Nothing is as it seems". The movie's plot is based on the true story of a group of young computer hackers from Hannover, Germany...

    Comments: An intriguing portrait of a young man (a famous hacker with an unhealthy interest in conspiracies) drifting away from reality. This movie is quite difficult to find - and it is in German. However, I did find a site which has englush subtitles for it here. If you can find it - it is well worth watching (check out the link for more information).

    Rating: 7/10



  • The Matrix (1999)

    Plot Summary: Slam-bang cyber-actioner stars Keanu Reeves as a computer hacker told by rebels Laurence Fishburne and Carrie-Anne Moss that the world, as he knows it, is actually a form of virtual reality. Reeves is enlisted to use his intelligence and strength to topple the oppressive computer-fueled powers that control the world.

    Comments: What can I say :) you are bound to have already seen this film hehe. The concept that the whole world is a computer program...thats enough for me :) Also, I better mention (because everyone always seems to bring this up) - in The Matrix Reloaded there is a scene where Trinity uses Nmap then runs sshnuke to exploit SSHv1 CRC32. This doesn't make the film as realistic as some of the other films here ;) - but its nice to see a hollywood movie including some "realistic" computer exploits.

    Rating: 8/10



  • Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986)

    Plot Summary: The story of a computer operator who becomes involved in international espionage when a desperate message from a British Intelligence officer appears on her computer terminal. Needless to say, she sets off to rescue him from behind the Iron Curtain...

    Comments: I apologise for including this one lol. This is a comedy film with Whoopi Goldberg - and is not usually regarded as a hacker film hehe - but it does center around computer use, and for all that...its not bad :)

    Rating: 6/10



  • Johnny Mnemonic (1995)

    Plot Summary: In the 21st Century valuable information is carried in the minds of specialist couriers. The best in the business, Johnny, is assigned the task of carrying the most sensitive information of the century. Failure to deliver this time could mean the loss of his head. Based on the short story by 'cyberpunk' author William Gibson.

    Comments: Johnny is used to carrying around large chunks of information by downloading it straight into his brain and is well paid for it, but this time he has downloaded too much data and his brain will turn to mush unless he can get it out soon. Our hero ends up in a race against time and whilst he tries to save himself he encounters a resistance movement who have their own interest in the information he carries.

    There are some interesting ideas (as you would expect from cyber-punk author turned screenwriter William Gibson) and they are well executed. The story itself is a bit daft but watchable and the actors do a fine job.

    Rating: 7/10



  • Ghost In the Machine (1993)

    Plot Summary: The soul of a dead serial killer is captured inside a computer network from a surge of lighting; he begins to ply a killing spree through the electrical grid and appliances on a Cleveland single mother's friends, using pages from her lost address book.

    Comments: To be honest - I haven't seen this film, and will probably check it out soon (even though the reviews are not good lol). The reviews say: "The concept of a serial killer's soul living inside a computer is a frightening and interesting theme. However, director Rachel Talalay doesn't infuse this movie with enough tension and surprises."

    Rating: Unrated



  • Ghost In the Shell (1995)

    Plot Summary: A female cyborg cop and her partner hunt a mysterious and powerful hacker called the Puppet Master.

    Comments: Overall, I think the film is worth watching. It tackles some of the same issues as Blade Runner. It is an anime film which is often also compared to The Matrix. If you don't like anime, then don't bother - but otherwise - check this out!

    Rating: 6/10



  • Pirates of Silicon Valley (1999)

    Plot Summary: This is the (somewhat dramatized) tangled history of Apple Computer and Microsoft, based on a book by Paul Frieberger.

    Comments: I only just saw this film recently (I believe a DVD of the film is due for release August 30th 2005) but I thought it was very interesting and entertaining. The actors playing Bill Gates and Steve Jobs do an excellent job and I really think this is a must-see film. It might not give you the 100% accurate facts...but it will certainly show you how two of the worlds largest sofware companies came to be.

    Rating: 8/10





Well there we go! I know a couple must be missing - so please feel free to add comments below, or email me info - it would be great to find out the names of some computer related films I haven't seen :)

If you want to check out some documentaries on hacking/computers - then here are some of the ones I know of (I highly recommend these!)


Comments
Comment by hamster - 18-05-2005

Lawnmower Man sounds interesting. I will get it from the library. I hope they have DVDs there, not those busty VHS tapes.



Comment by black_caeser - 27-05-2005

Theres another Hacker film around. I havent seen it yet, but its name is "Startup". Well its actually running on TV just now.

Main actors:
Ryan Philippe (Milo Hoffmann)
Rachael Leigh Cook (Lisa Calighan)
Tim Robbins (Gary Winston)
Claire Forlani (Alice Poulson)
Douglas McFerran (Bob Shrot)
Richard Roundtree (Lyle Barton)
Director:
Peter Howitt
Script:
Howard Franklin
Camera:
John Bailey
Music:
Don Davis



Comment by Parapilz - 07-06-2005

yeah i think startup is definitely missing cause its one of the best hacker movies ive ever seen.
its about a huge communication company which has surveillance over every programmer in the world and they steal codes from the best to launch a project with sattelites for a global communication. and one of the best hackers, milo, is offered a job in this company and he starts to find out what is happening..eventually even his best friend gets killed and he finds out some more very surprising and shocking stuff..
go watch it guys )



Comment by Wang - 07-06-2005

ah! no Ive just realised - we are not missing Startup. It appears that the film Anit-Trust was renamed Startup for its German release. In the UK/US the film is called Anti-Trust. I will add a note into the article to say that the film is known by both titles. And yes - it is a great film!



Comment by Extraction - 21-06-2005

What about the movie takedown?



Comment by Wang - 21-06-2005

Takedown is there :) that film goes under many names - look above and you will see it. Its often called Takedown, Trackdown, or Cybertraque depending on which country you come from.




Comment by SickMinds - 25-06-2005

I never saw that NetForce film but I read one of those books. Although some scenes were hard to imagine for me I liked reading this book. Somehow funny, exciting, interesting. But most of the story takes place in real places, not in the VR. If you like Tom Clancy you should give Steve Pieczeniks Net Force a try. Characters are developed very well in his books.
Maybe some of the expressions he uses arent that funny as I thought since Im German but read this book in English



Comment by Wang - 25-06-2005

I think the concept of NetForce was a good one, but the problem was that it was a made-for-tv movie, and therefore the budget was very low + the actors were very bad...this let the film down for me. Maybe we should stick to the book!




Comment by DirtyHeeb - 07-07-2005

Regardless of which movie one votes as the Best, this discussion enlightened me to other computer films I didnt think to watch yet. Thanks!



Comment by Michael - 26-08-2005

I would add Minority Report. The plot may have been a bit thin, but a lot of the periphery technology (retinal scans, stores able to tailor selections to you based on your history, digital paper) was interesting, and in various stages of development.



Comment by QuinnJibby - 27-08-2005

Not hacker flicks per-se, but what about the 2 fantastic documentaries, StartUp.com and E-Dreams?

Watch the rise and fall of 2 tech companies in the boom of the late 90s. See the interal politics, the schmoozing, and what *really* happens when a few people with a good idea find themselves with millions of dollars in investment capital.

And of course there is the much drier documentary Revolution OS. Not as entertaining but worth a rental.



Comment by Shaun - 27-08-2005

Nice post... Ive added almost half of these to my blockbuster online acount in the last 10 minutes :)



Comment by Daniel Tams - 27-08-2005

hackers hands down



Comment by Iggy - 27-08-2005

@black_caeser

The movie your describing is Anti-Trust

Iggy :)



Comment by Jeff McCann - 27-08-2005

You have a great list here, but I think your ratings are a little askew, Tron and Johnny Mnemonic rated 7 out of 10?? The Matrix 8? I think Johnny Menmonic as far as movies go doesnt deserve a very high rating, I found it really lame, Tron, however is a classic and deserves an 8 or a nine as does the Matrix movies, which Im sure in the future will be remembered as fondly as Tron and movies in the same realm.

Great list though.
Im going to check out the other ones.



Comment by Mike - 27-08-2005

add Triumph of the Nerds to the documentaries section



Comment by three - 27-08-2005

Ghost in the Shell 2 was spectacular. Trying not to spoil it, but almost everyone has brain implants to allow them access to the world wide net. A sort of anti-terror group, Section 6, has access to some pretty crazy military-grade implants. Sort of... there was a TV series between the first and second movie, during which they lost their main operative. The second movie focuses on two of those ops. One of them is wired to the teeth, the other guy has almost no implants at all. It gets real fun though where they try getting this major hacker, and he ends up hacking them before they get close. They end up reliving the same time over and over, but each time it twists and changes. Just watch the trailer. Its a slow, mostly artsy/philosophy type film, but worth the watch.



Comment by Slef - 27-08-2005

Another one: One point O
A Kafka-esque nightmare about a young computer programmer who becomes a guinea pig in an insidious sinister experiment.
http://imdb.com/title/tt0317042/




Comment by CheeseMan - 27-08-2005

Sneakers... has to be Sneakers!



Comment by Wang - 27-08-2005

Thanks Slef :) I hadnt seen that one. Oddly enough, I did a search for One point O on amazon.com and only found one import dvd which they wanted over 200USD for lol! but then I found out the film also goes under another name: Paranoia 1.0 - which is easier to get. I will give it a go! thx



Comment by Tim - 27-08-2005

You forgot .Com for Murder! You need a 1/1 . Theres where youll get it.



Comment by Capi - 30-08-2005

Here is my list for separating hackers by age group.

What is the seminal hacker movie?

Forbidden Planet
2001 A Space Odyssey
Colossus: The Forbin Project
Tron
WarGames
Electric Dreams
Sneakers
Hackers
The Net
The Matrix
AntiTrust

-----
Another early hacker made-for-TV movie was Paper Man 1971

Personally, it was Colossus: The Forbin Project that first got my blood pumping. WarGames for number 2.



Comment by gmikej - 01-09-2005

Hackers.

All. The. Way.



Comment by Jan - 02-09-2005

Although my favorite hacker movie ever is Sneakers, no contest, there is one more that could go on your list: Disclosure. Michael Douglass character is being railroaded by Demi Moores, and he begins getting mysterious anonymous emails that give him clues about information he needs. He hacks into his companys computerized records to find the emails and documents that expose corruption and redeems himself. Includes some nice virtual reality touches while hes looking for the records he needs, that were cutting edge for its time.



Comment by Ted - 21-09-2005

Noticed return of the geeks isnt listed here... only heard of it, so i cant place a comment on it thou.
Nice Article!



Comment by greyhat - 01-11-2005

Wot about that movie where this boy who rides on a skateboard saves his school from the headmaster who works with a terrorist group? Basically the first scene is graphics crap showing him hacking into some website and he ends up having an argument with his dad. Then He discovers about the terrorist thing and he climbs in the ventilation pipe and moves around chased by terrorists while using tricks to pick them off. Great movie forgot the name.



Comment by nah - 01-11-2005

hackers isnt that great, wargames and anti-trust is better. There are some games which are related to hacking, though. Get uplink which is a good hacking game.



Comment by Kizer_mlkpro - 03-02-2006

Thanks for all films title :
Hackers (1995) is the best hacker films at all time , I realise next that the books list given at this film is a potential good base to starting our art :)

excuse my bad english )



Comment by Mike - 19-02-2006

PBS has done some great documentaries on hacking also.They are available online or at your local library:

Cyberwar (2003) - http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/cyberwar/

Hackers (2001) - http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/hackers/

The KGB, The Computer and Me (1990) - http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/listseason/17.html#1710






Comment by dwarfsoft - 31-03-2006

AntiTrust would have to be a clear winner for me, though Hackers I find highly amusing. Though I have to give Net Force a rate up simply for the fact that the main protagonist is called William Stiles. It doesnt take much to make the name jump to Bill Gates. :P. AntiTrust also had a very Gates-esque figure too



Comment by spotters - 10-07-2006

sneakers is my favorite....
steal from the rich, give to the poor.
i like that.....even if its robin hood corny.....
spotts



Comment by Nexus - 13-11-2006

As much as i enjoyed the movie hackers o found it lackign in alot of forms. The chars were too sterotypical, the plot progressed to quickly with little char develpopment. It was more or a joke toward the hacker community then anything else. They didnt even really it base with how alot of things worked, save for the red box trick with the payphones. best part was getting to see jolies tit in the fantasy scene. I think a good hacker movie that was missed was Freedom Downtown



Comment by Wang - 13-11-2006

Nexus: I agree with you on a few points. Actually, freedom downtime is mentioned already at the end of the article. It wasnt included in the main list because it is a documentary as opposed to a hollywood-style film. I agree that it is very good though!



Comment by Cyber Phreak - 21-12-2006

hackers, Take down, and Anti-trust are really good, i like the story to all of them though take down shouldnt make Kevin look bad he wasnt a bad guy, and hacking isnt illegal cracking is, hacking as the koolio way of saying programming.



Comment by joe - 12-09-2009

Check out a movie called The First $20 Million is Always the Hardest



Comment by Seb - 09-10-2009

Anti-Trust Su-fukcing-perb so good loved it thanks for listing it loved every second



Comment by Porno - 29-11-2009

Saap all. Im tyring to figure out the name of a movie, think it was from the 90s maybe late 80s.
The story i think is that our main character, lets call him Albert, he stumbles across a computer game online that lets you act out murders, I cant remember the name of the game, which i think could also be the title of the movie?
So he gets the game and after some bollocks, hes playing. Its a first person view for a lot of it i think, kind of cloverfield before quarantine. I think the first thing he does is kills one of his neighbors, then the game prompts him to start destroying evidence and that sort of thing.
So then our guy wakes up the next day, doesnt really think anything other than shit, that games intense. Then people start turning up dead etc etc. oh no moral dilemma do i keep playing like the computer game is telling me to? or do i stop killing people? hmmmm. thats a dazza that is.

Any ideas on what the hell ive just rambled about?

Chur
Porn Doggy Dog



Comment by W1n5t0n - 17-07-2010

The movie with the guy on the skateboard that youre talking about is called Mastermind and its one of my personal favorites.



Comment by BT - 01-10-2013

Greyhat, Masterminds was the name, just hunted it.



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