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    Post Your Favorite Tech Movies, I like Tron and that one with that robot johnny 5, i forget the name of it,....
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    I don't get into to much TV. But I would have to say Swordfish was cool and yea tron was good for the time it was made. But I thank most people would say Starwars was nice I would not know have not seen but 2 of them and they where the old ones.


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    Swordfish was awesome, action and tech, and I know it was all fake, but it was a good movie.

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    Antitrust was nice.

    And billgates891, the movie with "jonny 5" was "Shortcircuit"..

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    The Matrix definitely has to be in the list. For some reason I still like Total Recall, even as old as it is it is still interesting to watch.
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    Hackers.

    T'was a great movie...and still is. And yeah, as you all are saying, Swordfish as well - that was pretty kool.

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    Why is it that no one ever mentions Sneakers?????

    That has to be one of the best ever. And it was even almost semi-realistic...
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    Originally posted here by souleman
    Why is it that no one ever mentions Sneakers?????

    That has to be one of the best ever. And it was even almost semi-realistic...
    I was just about to say the same thing. Everybody should see it, whether they're into it or not.

    ANtitrust was also good. I'm guessing that even though it's fictious, it's hits home on way too many marks.
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    Hackers, Takedown "The Kevin Mitnick Story", Freedom Downtime "2600's The Kevin Mitnick Story, War Games, Password: Swordfish, AntiTrust, Resident Evil "Hey The Red Queen was a Program"..... There is really too many to include... My Top 3.... AntiTrust, Takedown, & War Games.

    Sneakers as is War Games are among some of the greats. I can name multiple Hacker/Technology flicks that were well beyond alot of your scopes, but when a movie is named "HACKERS" everyone and their mother has to watch it. Looking over the posts, and your wondering why Sneakers wasn't mentioned.... Why the hell was WAR GAMES not listed. That is a classic.....

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    Sneakers, 2001: A Space Oddysey, Minority Report, Matrix...

    Laughable ones: Hackers and Jurassic Park (I'm a unix admin and both of these made me LAUGH AND LAUGH about unix)
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