A convicted murderer (Thomas Rasch) reveals that he has planted a virus in a computer program used by most of the world to prevent anticipated Year 2000 computer problems. Unless his demands are met, the virus will wreck havoc with computers worldwide. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jordan J (us) wrote: Rio 2 really is just as good as the first movie.
Gavin M (de) wrote: The only...ONLY reason this movie even gets star is for Mel Gibson alone. That's it!
Heather M (jp) wrote: This movie had a bit of ridiculous overacting, but it was still enjoyable and sweet.
Gaspard F (ag) wrote: Once you've began it you can just stick to your seat, the mind-twisting script is the best one i've ever watched. WATCH IT !
Maureen T (es) wrote: It's funny! And it is true - When men have an affair, they don't let their women knows. On the other hand, when women going to have an affair, they want their men to know.
Tsubaki S (us) wrote: Wait, what? Simon Yam? Headshots everywhere? Absurdly over-the-top use of quick jumps and flashbacks? Shit, Van Damme might be starring in really awful movies these days, but i wouldn't guess they were that insane. Either that or the director was doing 8 ball after 8 ball while shooting this.
Grant H (au) wrote: Bad movie. Its plot is generic, unoriginal and boring, its timeline is confusing and mundane, its direction is mediocre. The only real thing it has going for it is the performances, and even those need work.
Mark S (it) wrote: A totally unique and highly underated Thai film. Check it out if you can find it.
Jackee W (nl) wrote: i was a very interesting movie i liked the entire production
Patrick H (kr) wrote: It's a very fun Godzilla movie that I would recommend to any fan of monsters!
Carlos I (kr) wrote: Pretty fantastic western/comedy. Maclain and Eastwoods chemistry is strong, and they have some great interactions. There's some genuinely funny bits too.