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- DescriptionA young hacker prodigy meets other kids like himself when he and his mother move cross-country and settle in New York City. High school takes on a new light when Dade (Jonny Lee Miller) meets a group of misfits and rich kids who hack into computer systems for fun. When one of their group is suddenly arrested, the others band together to take on a corporate hacker disguised as a security officer and attempt to bring down his devious and diabolical plans. The film features one of Angelina Jolie's first screen roles.
- Leading Role 1Jonny Lee Miller
- Director 1Iain Softley
- Leading Role 2Angelina Jolie
- Leading Role 3Fisher Stevens
- Additional Roles byLorraine Bracco,Matthew Lillard
- ProducerRalph Winter,Michael Peyser
- ScreenwriterRafael Moreu
- Score ComposerSimon Boswell
- EditorMartin Walsh,Chris Blunden
- Release FormatDVD
- Release Year2000
- Additional GenreGeneral
- Running Time101 minutes
Most relevant reviews
- neill-6414 Sep, 2016by
hackers - worth a watch
excellent film even after so many years.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- student56linda20 Sep, 2015by
This is a gripping move, so exiting, and worth the money.
Hi, great movie, would suit teens and adults. I bought this movie because I know this kind of things go on because I have seen it on the news. I think it was a great movie because I did not know what was going to happen next, I tried but failed.
- hardware-hacker02 Jun, 2008by
Mess with the best, Die like the rest
Hackers is a thrilling, vibrant journey into the world of cyber-culture and the computer hacker. Dade Murphy (Johnny Lee Miller) is a shy, socially inept computer whizz-kid who moves to New York with his mother, and soon mixes up with the ballsy Kate Libby (a young Angelina Jolie) and a gang of elite hackers (including Matthew Liliard) in a major electronic heist. These group of characters are the heart and soul of the movie, and it's hard not to enjoy their exploits as they take you through a subculture that has barely been touched by other mainstream movies - some people don't know it even exists. If you're one of those, you're in for a shock. Director Ian Softley handles preceedings well, and even blurs the line between fantasy and reality by showing how the hackers see the world as a labyrinth of computer connections. The film has a harsh sense of humour too, and demonstrates just how powerful a computer hacker can be. The film also boasts a terrific soundtrack, featuring the best of Underworld, The Prodigy and Leftfield among others. Although the dialogue and plot can be dodgy in some moments, Hackers is definitely an original and well-crafted movie adventure. Read full review
- amberbettybo19 May, 2011by
This a excellent film about every day Kids and how they brought down a man that thinks he knows every thing about cumputers.
- mdowgill2k1010 Apr, 2011by
Hackers made a good impression with me by dropping the right names (with references to devils and dragons), and having the right attitude (anarchistic). But the plot leaves a bit to be desired. Dade Murphy (Jonny Lee Miller) is found guilty of computer crime as a 11-year old and is on probation until his 18th birthday. He transfers to a high school in New York City, where his hacking skills, under the name of Crash Override, earn him the respect of his peers. Well, most of them at least. Kate aka Acid Burn (Angelina Jolie), a goth-like character, doesn't like the new intruder invading her turf. But when the forces of evil, in this case represented by another hacker, The Plague (Fisher Stevens), threaten environmental pollution and the hacker name itself, they unite in order to defeat him. The cinematography is rather interesting. Somewhat dark and in your face, along the lines of a MTV video, it maintains the user's attention through some of the boring scenes. I thought the special effects were used very well in the movie, even though they weren't anything terribly fancy. While Hackers captures the hacker ethic and spirit to some degree, it does not succeed in doing so completely. Still, the movie is quite decent, and definitely worth watching on the big screen Read full review
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