Hackers (1995)
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Hackers (1995)


Genre
:
Action | Crime | Thriller | Drama
Rating
:
6.3 / 10
Release Date
:
14 September 1995
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
1 : 47 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English, Italiano, 日本語, Pусский
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
Along with his new friends, a teenager who was arrested by the US Secret Service and banned from using a computer for writing a computer virus discovers a plot by a nefarious hacker, but they must use their computer skills to find the evidence while being pursued by the Secret Service and the evil computer genius behind the virus.

Cast Overview :

Dade Murphy / 'Crash Override' / 'Zero Cool'
by: Jonny Lee Miller
Kate Libby / 'Acid Burn'
by: Angelina Jolie
Joey Pardella
by: Jesse Bradford
Emmanuel Goldstein / 'Cereal Killer'
by: Matthew Lillard
Ramon Sanchez / 'Phantom Phreak'
by: Renoly Santiago
Eugene Belford / 'The Plague' / Mr. Babbage
by: Fisher Stevens
Lauren Murphy
by: Alberta Watson
Paul Cook / 'Lord Nikon'
by: Laurence Mason
Margo
by: Lorraine Bracco
S.S. Agent Richard Gill
by: Wendell Pierce
S.S. Agent Bob
by: Michael Gaston
S.S. Agent Ray
by: Marc Anthony
Hal
by: Penn Jillette
Blade
by: Peter Y. Kim
Razor
by: Darren Lee
Laura
by: Liza Walker
Duke Ellingson
by: Bob Sessions
Curtis
by: Ethan Browne
S.S. Agent, Seattle
by: Blake Willett
Young Dade Murphy / 'Zero Cool'
by: Max Ligosh
2nd V.P.
by: Jeff Harding
Attorney
by: Felicity Huffman
Michael Murphy
by: Paul Klementowicz
Denise
by: Denise George
Jock
by: William DeMeo

Member Reviews :

God, this movie is bad. And it's so much fun I can hardly stand it. Reasons why you should watch Hackers, in no particular order: - A steaming 20-something Angelina Jolie, - A bleach-blonde Jonny Lee Miller (hubba hubba), - An ever awesome Matthew Lillard, who cranked his Lillardness up to 11, - A duo of DJ/hackers named Razor and Blade (feel free to cry), - An awesome and totally cliché GenX soundtrack, - "It's 1995 so we have to make an Eddie Vedder reference" (and it's totally awesome), - Fisher Stevens who acts out his entire part as if he's on steroids, - Did I mention Angelina Jolie? Does this movie have any basis in any realm of conceivable realism? Nope. Is this even what actual hacking looks like? Oh puh-lease! Is it everything you could wish for in an hour and a half of pleasurable suspension of disbelief? Absolutely. Hackers is sexy and silly and every good kind of bad. I gave you my recommendation. If you don't like this movie then there's nothing I can do about it. _(February 2017)_
  DoryDarko