Deep Web

Deep Web

Deep Web gives the inside story of one of the the most important and riveting digital crime sagas of the century -- the arrest of Ross William Ulbricht, the convicted 30-year-old entrepreneur accused to be 'Dread Pirate Roberts,' creator and operator of online black market Silk Road. The film explores how the brightest minds and thought leaders behind the Deep Web are now caught in the crosshairs of the battle for control of a future inextricably linked to technology, with our digital rights hanging in the balance.

Deep Web is a documentary film about the computer network problems, including the evolution of content around a site specializing in drug trafficking, and more... From there, we will see what we daily access only in 4% of the information on the internet, 96% is located in the shadows such as hacker's paradise, the playground of the debauched cultural products, the province of organized crime and also information of government agencies as the FBI, CIA, etc. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Deep Web torrent reviews

Tony B (it) wrote: A simple, sweet story for the whole family. Pretty typical, cliched but performed well and entertaining enough. Only issue is the run time, goes over two hours because of the several random musical montages, but I guess that was expected for a half-Bollywood Indian production.

jake r (jp) wrote: this is another found footage movie. the acting honestly isn't that bad once they get into the woods.. if you wanted, tou could fast forward to them getting lost in the woods and you would be fine. just a group of friends who start getting picked off one by one by hilbillys who live in the woods. it's honestly really creepy only because it is so realistic and the situation they were in could actually happen to anybody. if you like found footage, you should watch it.

Ian W (it) wrote: An interesting take on the supernatural ability genre. I enjoyed this but it suffered from being too low budget which is a shame. The ideas were interesting but they just needed to be better executed.

Josh G (it) wrote: The human experience condensed... as a parking lot.

Hildie S (ag) wrote: East (dark matter)divides from west (visible matter) in the ultimate Big Bang. Brilliant Chinese cosmology student's groundbreaking ideas are threatening to his American professor and are squashed. The culture clash is somewhat comical, but the academic politics are tragic.

Richard J (de) wrote: A good film, based on a true story, an old bill goes off the rails.... Mint

Yng Y (us) wrote: Like theatre filmed, very staged with imaginative images. A fun introduction to the great difficulties of understanding Wittgenstein.

Private U (gb) wrote: Very obscure, very good.

Susanna B (it) wrote: Definitely influenced by the American film noir but there is something nouvelle vague about it as well and Margarette von Trotta is priceless!

Simon D (mx) wrote: As an action film, this does have a lot of impressive stunts and effects to keep most of the people happy. The story is totally ridiculous though. The flaws are so numerous that spotting them becomes the best fun you can have watching this. Did nobody think that it might be a good idea to use coloured contact lenses and false teeth to make the story even a little bit acceptable?

Parker R (au) wrote: Sure, this is a mindless action flick with trite dialogue and a cast that's completely expendable, but at least it does its job in delivering some hard-hitting action to compliment the asinine script.

Brian P (mx) wrote: Neat plot and story...the action was just a little slow. Jeff Daniels as a bad guy doesn't seem to work.

Kristen P (de) wrote: Beautiful Scottish Independent drama with a lovely performance from Agyness Deyn.