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AntiTrust 2001

From Amazon: The term suspension of disbelief was invented for the idea that Ryan Phillippe could be a computer genius. As Milo, a slacker brainiac recruited by smilingly ominous software giant Gary Winston (Tim Robbins) to help build a global communications system, Phillippe still looks like a million bucks. He is also still doing the clenched, pouty grown-up voice that he always uses to show that he means business in this acting stuff (he's nothing if not earnest), and a pair of designer glasses completes the transformation. He's well matched in Antitrust by Claire Forlani, who, in turn, spends time pursing her lips and squinting her dewy...

Directed By:
No image existsPeter Howitt
Written By:
No image existsHoward Franklin
Ryan PhillippeRyan Phillippe
Tim RobbinsTim Robbins
Rachael Leigh CookRachael Leigh Cook
Claire ForlaniClaire Forlani
No image existsDouglas McFerran
Richard RoundtreeRichard Roundtree
No image existsTygh Runyan
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AntiTrust Movie Review by Ryan Midnight (12/15/2007)

Hard-Boiled Plot: Milo is a programming genius picked up by software company NURV to help finish a revolutionary multi-media distribution network. Milo becomes suspicious that not everything is kosher has his boss continually provides code solutions at just the right time, but doesn't tell him who is writing it.


(complete AntiTrust review by Ryan Midnight)

AntiTrust Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/11/2007)

A decent thriller about the age of computer technology and what some people are capable of in the name of protecting their secrets.

Tim Robbins' character is a pretty obvious take on Apple's Steve Jobs, but his menacingly likability keeps the film rolling.

Ryan Phillipe tries so hard not to be a leading man, but he is...

(complete AntiTrust review by Jessica Film Junkie)

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