25 years have passed since the creation which managed Tim Berners-Lee and his team: a network able to connect several computers together and be able to share information. It was in 1991 when communication between external to the European Council for Nuclear Research (computers CERN ) was a fact.
Here we present some of the films that have taken advantage of this resource, either realistically, a sci-fi way or even romantic. You can watch it on movie25.
Hard Candy (Dir. David Slade, 2005)
A minor is left to do with a man she met on the internet, he takes her home but the situation takes an unexpected turn. Just this should be the film that should project in schools for girls to take care of themselves … and step children see a lesson.
Disconnect (Dir. Henry Alex Rubin, 2012)
A drama centered on the relationships we have through internet the more we disconnect with the real world.From addiction to online games to pornographic services communication.
War Games (Dir. John Badham, 1983)
One of the first hacker in the history of cinema. In fact, this film is used for the first time the term firewall.And we will soon see Steven Spielberg recreate fragments of the film in Ready Player One, as an essential part of the mission of the protagonist Parzival.
The Net (Dir. Irwin Winkler, 1994)
One of the first mainstream films where they played with this idea and paranoia of excessive use of access to personal information. That and Sandra Bullock could do home office and be a hermit.
Tron Legacy (Dir. Joseph Kosinski, 2010)
The creation of a man is out of hand and receives help your child to prevent a program conquer not only the virtual world but the real. It is interesting to observe how Flynn asks his son everything that has changed the world during his absence and witness that the inventor had had the idea of the world wide web.
The Matrix (Dir. Wachowskis, 1999)
What can we say that has not been said already one of the iconic films of the twentieth century? Perhaps more be in the twentieth century, their place is in the XXI. As other data, the phone that reaches the first call Neo Morpheus is a Nokia 8110, the first phone with ability to send SMS messages.
Social Network (Dir. David Fincher, 2010)
“How a movie about Facebook, but what nonsense !?” It was what many said was just beginning its preproduction, but then came Fincher shut our mouths with a play about corruption, deceit and obsession with being the center of attention … even a girl.
Her (Dir. Spike Jonze, 2013)
Like Social Network, the idea of a man falling in love with your operating system sounded ridiculous, but in the hands of Jonze, we have a great story about love and being in love. We can not forget that telltale twist of Samantha that breaks her heart to Theodore.
Pirates of Silicon Valley (Dir. Martyn Burke, 1999)
Leave aside the Steve Jobs of Michael Fassbender or Ashton Kutcher, the true creator of Apple brought to the screen was Noah Wyle in this fun and solidly founded version of the battle of Apple and Microsoft in its early years.
You’ve got mail (Dir. Nora Ephron, 1998)
Remake of The Shop Around The Corner 1940, where the protagonists were secret mail friends, now the couple falls in love via e-mail, if a remake today exist 20 social networks easily available to befriend be made. Interested? Want to watch movies? Check this website Putlocker.