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HackerSet within the world of global cybercrime, the movie follows Nick, who is released from prison to help hunt a high-level cybercrime network from Chicago to Los Angeles to Hong Kong to Jakarta. As Nick and his comrades chase their quarry, it becomes evident that the hackers have a sinister motive for their actions.
Actors of "Hacker"
Characters of "Hacker"
Directors of "Hacker"Akan SatayevBirthdate: 23 December 1971, Karaganda, Karagandinskaya oblast, Kazakhskaya SSR, USSR [now Kazakhstan]
Creators of "Hacker"Akan SatayevBirthdate: 23 December 1971, Karaganda, Karagandinskaya oblast, Kazakhskaya SSR, USSR [now Kazakhstan]Sanzhar SultanBirthdate: 7 December 1988, Kazakhstan
Critic Reviews of "Hacker"Hollywood ReporterDecember 02, 2016
Uninvolving from start to finish, the would-be thriller Anonymous traffics in a certain bland slickness, placing it squarely in the international crime subset of generic action features.San Diego ReaderDecember 01, 2016
Everything feels requisite, from the mother weeping over her lost job and unpaid bills to the tiny slip that eventually proves deadly. But requisite is a long way from real.Los Angeles TimesDecember 01, 2016
"Anonymous" likely intends to be thought-provoking, but it only invited questions about the illogical choices of both the characters and the filmmakers.VarietyDecember 01, 2016
An uninspired thriller offering even the minimally computer-literate viewer few insights into the world of hacktivism.Film InquiryDecember 06, 2016
Anonymous mocks the idealism of anarchy by way of a ridiculously romantic depiction of online crime; it feels like a rom-com version of the far more weighted series Mr. Robot.Film Journal InternationalNovember 30, 2016
Anonymous is riddled with shortcomings, but none is greater than its inability to provide a single reason to care about the plight of its protagonist.
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