The movie's plot is based on the true story of a group of young computer hackers from Hannover, Germany. In the late 1980s the orphaned Karl Koch invests his heritage in a flat and a home computer. At first he dials up to bulletin boards to discuss conspiracy theories inspired by his favorite novel, R.A. Wilson's "Illuminatus", but soon he and his friend David start breaking into government and military computers. Pepe, one of Karl's rather criminal acquaintances senses that there is money in computer cracking - he travels to east Berlin and tries to contact the KGB.
- Stars:August Diehl, Fabian Busch, Dieter Landuris, Jan-Gregor Kremp, Stephan Kampwirth, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Peter Fitz, Burghart Klaußner, Lilly Marie Tschörtner, Patrick Joswig, Arnulf Schumacher, Sven Lehmann, Oscar Ortega Sánchez, Brigitte Janner, Katrin Klein,
- Director:Hans-Christian Schmid,
- Writer:Michael Dierking, Michael Gutmann, Hans-Christian Schmid
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(mx) wrote: The idea behind this movie is original, but the movie itself is flawed. The end didnt have an impact on me. Good for a 1 time watch on a rainy day if you like strange and weird atmosphere.
(it) wrote: loved this movie, action an more action.
(de) wrote: Grim,gritty, brutal, raw, and all too credible. White supremacist group led by Crowe (in his star making role) embarks on a downward spiral when they start a gang war with Footscray's Vietnamese community. Amidst this chaos, a love triangle ensues between newcomer Gabe (Jacqueline MacKenzie), Crowe, and his second in command, Davey (Pollock). The reason then this film doesn't score any higher with me is because it's also relentlessly unpleasant - there is no one to root for. Had Davey's character growth been more about moving away from Crowe's idealogy because it's repugnant, rather than because he is in love, the film might have had some appeal. Liked the ironic ending though.
(de) wrote: More than half a century after its release, Fires on the Plain stands tall not only as a painfully accurate depiction of WWII's Pacific Theater, but as a testament to the horrific side-effects of war. Alongside a superb script and gripping performances, Nobi is glaring look at humanity at its lowest. The film's execution flawlessly captures the fleeting line between life and death; this is a film that will stay with the audience long after it's over.
(mx) wrote: A great movie at its time. Despite it is in black and white, it is hard to forget the story and the scenes, especially the one at the end when Hepburn looked down from the throne as a princess to Peck. Great script Trumbo.
(fr) wrote: Maurice Chevalier is a singing tailor (and the only person with a French accent in Hollywood's France) who woos Princess Jeanette MacDonald in this charming pre-code musical. Mamoulian stages some great numbers -- the contagious spread of "Isn't It Romantic?" is a highlight. What's with Charles Butterworth and his deadpan delivery?
(jp) wrote: Jack The Giant Slayer has its good moments and some bad moments! The movie was action packed with amazing special effects and good acting! Jack the giant slayer is a adventure and a great adaption off Jack And The Beanstalk but with a little twist!
(ag) wrote: An interesting story.