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Blackhat (R)

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The Review

It takes a hacker to beat a hacker. In a world where we live electronically, from our communication to banking and everything else... we leave ourselves open to those that know the system. Here someone gets onto the system and creates a catastrophic disaster with the push of a button. The question becomes who and why... The only one capable of answering that is not in a position to help, that is until he bargains himself out of his situation. Once he gets online, the search begins. There are obvious clues and those that aren't so obvious. So how do you find someone who can disappear electronically? You must know the code, inside and out. Does he know the code well enough to stop the next disaster? It takes an injustice to see that justice is served. That comes at a steep price... One that may be to high to pay. Only he has no choice. What will he do when he is at that point where he must choose... What will he choose? His choice may lead into something more... Only time will tell. This hacker on hacker scenario in this computer age is an exaggerated possibility of reality. The story is predictable and there are definite camera issues that make this look like a home movie at times instead of a cinema worthy story. The ending is either a very anti-climactic end or a pre-cursor to something more... I guess we'll have to wait and see.

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