"Hackers" (also known as "Hackers - Im Netz des FBI") is an Action/Crime/Thriller film directed by Iain Softley, released on September 15 of 1995 in the USA . Jonny Lee Miller and Angelina Jolie are starring, alongside Jesse Bradford, Matthew Lillard, Laurence Mason and Renoly Santiago.
Mess with the best, die like the rest.
Who is the director of "Hackers":
Hackers was directed by Iain Softley, an English director, producer, and writer.
When was "Hackers" released:
It has been released on Friday, May 03, 1996 in the United Kingdom; Thursday, June 13, 1996 in Germany; Wednesday, March 06, 1996 in Spain and on Thursday, July 11, 1996 in Australia.
What is the casting of "Hackers":
At the casting of Hackers we find Jonny Lee Miller (Trainspotting (1996), Afterglow (1997)); Angelina Jolie (Without Evidence (1995), Cyborg 2 (1993)); Jesse Bradford (Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog (1995), King of the Hill (1993)) [ more... ]
- Michael Gaston and Jesse Bradford also worked together in W., released in 2008.
What is the Storyline of "Hackers":
In 1988, 11-year old Dade "Zero Cool" Murphy is arrested and charged with crashing 1,507 computer systems in a single day and causing a single-day 7-point drop in the New York Stock Exchange. Upon conviction, his family is fined $45,000 for the events, and although he is not convicted, he is banned from owning or operating computers or touch-tone telephones until he is 18 years old.
Seven years later, Dade (Jonny Lee Miller), is now living alone with his mother (his parents are divorced) and bought [...]
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