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Net Games (2003)





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A man who has it all finds his perfect world spinning into a blinding storm of psychotic rage after engaging in a bout of extramarital cybersex in this thriller starring C. Thomas Howell. Despite having a life that every man would envy, Adam Vance (Howell) just can't help but feeling that his sex life has grown a little lackluster. When Adam discovers an illicit website known as "Cyber-chat," his steamy exchanges with the lusty "Angel" provide the sex-starved husband with just the kind of no-strings-attached sex that he had been craving. When Angel attempts to blackmail Adam, the hapless philanderer finds himself caught in a murderous web of deceit that may claim the life of not only himself, but everyone he holds dear as well.
Mystery & Suspense
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Extraordinary Media Group


C. Thomas Howell
as Adam Williams
Samuel Ball
as Ray Walters
Ed Begley Jr.
as John Fielding
Monique Demers
as Jennifer
Reggie Lee
as Laurence
Bebe Rudu
as Alicia
Maeve Quinlan
as Det. Simmonds
Joan Van Ark
as Dr. Klein
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Critic Reviews for Net Games

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[Howell] seems uncomfortable and somewhat embarrassed to be in the movie...

Full Review… | June 28, 2004
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Audience Reviews for Net Games

I enjoyed the premise of this movie. You hear about stuff like this actually happening. Howell is a decent actor, though he is looking pretty rough {considering I will always picture him as he was in E.T.}. Marina Sirtis and Joan Van Ark (two reasons I rented this movie) had bit parts. There was some suspense and the erotic scenes were well done. Worth watching if you are not expecting an academy award winning movie.

Don Schick
Don Schick

good movie angel is soo crazy in this movie good movie

good movie but angel is physco

danielle portee
danielle portee

A decent, but not a good thriller. It's a little too hard to believe and the plot has too many far fetched elements. The acting is okay, no one is really bad or anything. It has some tense moments.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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