“Hackers” wasn’t even in theaters before assaults on it began on the web. It speaks to another kind, “hacksploitation,” Mac master Andy Ihnatko protested on CompuServe, including that like a great deal of other PC films it accomplishes the flawless trap of anticipating pictures from PC screens onto the characteristics of their clients, with the goal that you can see representation and information slithering up their buttons and breaking over their noses.
This grinching outlines my hypothesis that you ought to never send a specialist to a motion picture about his claim to fame. Boxers despise boxing films. Space buffs said “Apollo 13” demonstrated the wrong side of the moon.