MGM Distribution | Release Date: January 12, 2001
8.7
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Universal acclaim based on 127 Ratings
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HilaryW.Jul 3, 2001
It has to be the worst, pathetic, and stupid movie I have ever seen. What really made me mad was that Ryan Phillippe, Tim Robbins, Rachael Leigh Cook, and Claire Forlani are all great actors/actresses. The film was written horribly and wasIt has to be the worst, pathetic, and stupid movie I have ever seen. What really made me mad was that Ryan Phillippe, Tim Robbins, Rachael Leigh Cook, and Claire Forlani are all great actors/actresses. The film was written horribly and was one of those movies where you think, "Wow, this movie COULD HAVE BEEN really good." But it wasn't, so I rate it a 1. Expand
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JesusS.Jul 5, 2001
In their haste to capture the headlines, this movie was thrown together thinking that audiences are totally moronic about technology issues. This farse proved a waste of time for me and reinforced my previous notion that an actor will do In their haste to capture the headlines, this movie was thrown together thinking that audiences are totally moronic about technology issues. This farse proved a waste of time for me and reinforced my previous notion that an actor will do anything for a buck. Expand
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MattM.Jan 27, 2001
A wretchedly awful and tepid wannabe "thriller," "Antitrust" is filled with terribly incongruous performances and hackneyed plot developments. Absolutely HORRID film!!!
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nascentSep 20, 2012
Some painful writing, but a decent enough film about programmers and a microsoft-like corporation, handled in the way technology was more commonly done in films in the 90s. For a post-Matrix film, it's pretty 'safe' and 'made for tv',Some painful writing, but a decent enough film about programmers and a microsoft-like corporation, handled in the way technology was more commonly done in films in the 90s. For a post-Matrix film, it's pretty 'safe' and 'made for tv', lacking much edge or style, whilst staying as far way from actual programming as possible.

Has a decent cast, it's great to see Ryan Philippe, Tim Robbins, Claire Forlani and Rachael Leigh Cook working together, and is reasonably entertaining. Also, one of the only 'mainstream films' to cover proprietary code vs open source. Worth a watch in the background, but far too cheesy to be enjoyed as anything other than mindless entertainment.
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mykenziegarzaJun 9, 2015
This movie did show a very vast knowledge for technology, but some of it seemed a little far off and blown out of proportion. It was also scattered and the plot took unnecessary twists that did not aid the outcome. It was also "too 90s" .This movie did show a very vast knowledge for technology, but some of it seemed a little far off and blown out of proportion. It was also scattered and the plot took unnecessary twists that did not aid the outcome. It was also "too 90s" . Would not recommend. Expand
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