Another "tech heavy" movie written for mouth-breathers and eight year olds. Borrowing bits from Enemy of the State, Hackers, The Net, Eagle Eye, and a slew of others, this film doesn't do any of them justice. At the end of its hour and a half run you're left with nothing but the bitter taste of anti-tech and anti-government propaganda. Even the denouement falls hilariously flat with a resolution you've already seen in a hundred other movies. This pile of crap would be found right at home at 3am on the Lifetime Channel with it's terrible early 90s dialogue and ill-researched jargon taken right from some producer's Minecraft-playing child, if it weren't for the grating dubstep soundtrack and generic tension building "professional" score accompanying the entire mess. Skip it and you'll have nothing to feel bad about.