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||IMDB Rating: 5.4/10 from R votes
||Release: 29 January 2015 (Russia) /
||Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
||Stars: Abhi Sinha, Andy On, Archie Kao, Brandon Molale, Chris Hemsworth, Christian Borle, Danny Burstein, Holt McCallany, John Ortiz, Leehom Wang, Ritchie Coster, Tyson Chak, Viola Davis, Wei Tang, Yorick van Wageningen
||Synopsis: Nick Hathaway, an extremely talented hacker who has gone astray, finds his way out of a 15 year prison sentence when parts of a computer code he once wrote during his youth appears in a malware that triggered a terrorist attack in a nuclear power plant in China. This opportunity will reunite him with an old friend but will also put him in the middle of a power game between the American and Chinese government as well as an arch villain hacker whose identity he has to find if he wants to keep his freedom and his life. Written by ithia2003
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I have been looking forward to Blackhat for a couple of months now, and
was able to see the movie on the am showing on it's first full day.
What a thrill ride! Before I go into the details of why I loved this
movie, I should point out where my perspective on a movie like this
will be different than most, as reflected in some of the bad early
I have a Bachelors in Information Systems and a Masters in Information
Security Assurance. I have worked in technology for 18 years now, the
last 5 of that almost exclusively in the security end of the tech pool.
Based upon my experience in the field and my recent exhaustive research
into information security, I found the film to be a refreshing change
from the typical rehashed Hollywood fantasy that is put out regarding
anything with a computer chip installed.
The problem with how computers are depicted in most movie in television
is that the capabilities of computers are completely overstated or just
plain irrational. It is as if directors think technical hyperbole will
make up for a lack of everyday viewer sophistication with computer
science. I get that the majority of the population hasn't studied
computers as a major and most know only as much as they need to to get
online and send emails or watch Youtube. This is completely
However, with technology being so ubiquitous in today's world, I am a
bit astounded at he flack a director gets when he attempts to use
realistic computing in a movie. With all of the Androids, iOS devices,
multiple computer households, and the increasing popularity of Linux
operating systems, one would think that the average computer IQ of
America was much higher than it was 20 years ago.
In reality, if computers are depicted in realistic terms in film, most
people just wont get it. I blame this partly on shows like Star Trek
and Star Wars (which I love, for what they are) that fantasize what
computers may be like in 200 years. I also blame it on the epidemic of
fantasy movies that seem to base nothing on reality but continue to
rake in hundreds of millions of dollars from movie goers world wide.
At the end of the day, Michael Mann did a FANTASTIC job of depicting
the real life of network engineers and computer scientists in this
movie. Commands entered on screen followed conventional Unix command
line format and were syntactically correct. You could tell Mann had
done his research and hired true computing consultants in the writing
of the script.
In addition, the attacks on the PLA systems that run the pumps used to
cause the reactor meltdown and later planned for the mines was almost
flawlessly realistic. That is in fact how those systems work and how
attackers would compromise them across the Internet. Further, the types
of attacks are entirely plausible given real world research conducted
by the NSA, Department of Defense, Department of Energy, and others. In
addition, passing malware through PDF files by email is one of the most
prominent ways that attackers take over computers in the real world,
but viewer comments indicate they believe this to be too silly to be
believable. Well as a security analyst, I can tell you to believe that
scenario happens millions of times every year But, because we didn't
have excessive flashing lights and cartoonish villains with a master
plan to take over the entire world, the movie gets panned.
The reviews for Blackhat remind me of those for Miami Vice. In each
instance, extensive research was done into the worlds of the criminals
that served as the basis for the lead characters. But too much realism
tends to bring out the boo birds who would rather focus on comic book
heros that shoot lighting out of their eyeballs or fly around in steel
suits too impossibly heavy to be powered by anything short of a large
nuclear reactor while fighting off giant skyscraper-sized space worms.
Perhaps audiences would rather have compete fantasy in their movies.
Perhaps we cannot appreciate anything that attempts the least bit of
realism. However, I absolutely loved Blackhat for the same reason I
loved Miami Vice. Michael Mann made an adult movie largely based upon
fact that requires minimal amounts of escapism while requiring the
viewer to use their intellect and actually think during the movie. For
his efforts, I applaud him.
Lastly, this movie should serve as a warning to all those who are
unaware of the rampant security issues that the US (the whole world
actually) faces in this day and age. From a security analyst's
perspective, the realism was welcome cautionary tale that needs to
continued to be told until the general public gets it.
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, Andy On
, Archie Kao
, Brandon Molale
, Chris Hemsworth
, Christian Borle
, Danny Burstein
, Holt McCallany
, John Ortiz
, Leehom Wang
, Ritchie Coster
, Tyson Chak
, Viola Davis
, Wei Tang
, Yorick van Wageningen
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