Wednesday, August 04, 2010

2.5-MINUTE COMPUTER WIZARD

Oh for the days when a kid could be a terrorist and hackers didn't need computers at all...



THE QUEST FOR THE MAGICK CRYSTAL CONTINUES TONIGHT IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA AT THE PLAZA THEATRE!

21 comments :

Fat 'n Boring said...

Let's see. Depression, self-depreciation, peer isolation, opportunistic, distrusting of the government, mommy issues. Yup. I think it's safe to say that this kid is a bona fide computer whiz.

Trish said...

I get the feeling that one lady would start screaming like that if her weekly magazines came in a day later than usual.

Anonymous said...

Isn't it weird how practically back in the days of punchcards they made this movie, and back in the mid 90s when internet access cost $20 for 10 hours and $5 for every hour thereafter the movie 'The Net' was made, but yet now, when everyone's internet is always on and 80% of people are posting all their personals on myspace nobody has the idea to make any panicky movies about it.

John said...

That kid went on to play in She's Out of Control (TONY DANZA!) I can't recall his exact part but IMDB tags it as "Parking Attendant." I had no idea parking lots played such a huge role in that movie, no way he would have been given a bit role.

Ravenhallow said...

"So.. uh.. don't panic."
I have complete confidence in you, bank dude. Complete confidence.

Dave Tesch said...

They remade this with a slight plot re-write in the 2000's, I believe it was called "Click".

Pudding said...

I wanna see this movie. That kid is awesome.

Anonymous said...

terrible.

Anonymous said...

Bieber needs to stay the fuck away from remote parts

 I got a cartoon dog as my avatar. said...

Civilization is torn apart by malfunctioning traffic lights. I first observed this phenomenon in Gremlins.

Anonymous said...

that kid's such a genius that he figured out how to hack REALITY

also as a Georgia resident, oh how I wish I could be in Atlanta tonight, but sadly I live too far away, so close and yet so far.....

Anonymous said...

hey fellow Anonymous, there was that movie Untraceable ("he hacked my car!")

Anonymous said...

Just got back from the Plaza show. You people are all magnificent bastards.

Marian Kahn said...

That was a show like no other. You're always welcome in Atlanta in my book..seriously come back soon!

Mene Tekel said...

He could hack everything except for . . . love.

De said...

The film is called Where's Willie?, according to IMDB:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078487/

Anonymous said...

Also, fellow Anonymous, Die Hard 4.

Lest we forget the day Timothy Olyphant almost shut sown the Internets.

Leofan7 said...

The dad looks like some sort of shitty Ken Kercheval lookalike.

royalten said...

That fat lady screams like a chimpanzee.

Justin Bieber said...

Hey he stole my hair!

Anonymous said...

I miss computer movies from the days when the average person had no idea what computers did. Has any real computer ever made those bleeps and bloops?