The Web (2013)

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Microsoft Founder Bill Gates has implanted computer chips into asteroids in a diabolical scheme, and one hacker must stop him.


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22 March 2017 | sindreaandersen
10
| Absolutely worth watching
My girlfriend often says the main problem with Hollywood (among many) is that it seems to have a skill to bury interesting thoughts. Screenplay writers, directors, and producers base their films on fresh and intriguing ideas; however, by the end of almost any modern movie, they become completely exhausted and the audience can always predict the finale.

The atmosphere of the film is impressing, especially in the beginning, when it shocks viewers with its novelty. Action scenes, due to the use of illusionists' tricks, also look impressive. But closer to the middle of the movie the tension weakens, and then simply fades away. The creators of "The Web" managed to intrigue the audience, but failed to sustain it; the finale was predictable.

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