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WarGames: The Dead Code

WarGames: The Dead Code (2008) Movie Poster
  •  USA  •    •  100m  •    •  Directed by: Stuart Gillard.  •  Starring: Matt Lanter, Amanda Walsh, Colm Feore, Chuck Shamata, Maxim Roy, Nicolas Wright, Gary Reineke, Susan Glover, Trevor Hayes, Claudia Ferri, Vlasta Vrana, Ricky Mabe, Claudia Black.  •  Music by: John Van Tongeren.
      The United State's Department of Homeland Security is led to believe an American teen hacker playing a terrorist-attack simulator game online is a real terrorist out to destroy the U.S.

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Review:

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During an average movie making year, many movies that aren't really worth the effort are made; lots of money are plowed in to projects that won't make an impact or any money for that matter. Some scripts are well written but loose their charm when filmed by people without skills. These movies are called bad movies. To even compare all those terrible movies to this one would be a horrible insult to anyone involved in a film making process. This "film" is so awful and the leaps of logic are so vast that no one can not but be horrifically stunned by the fact that this movie was even ever written. Whoever touched this project should, for humanity's sake, be prohibited to ever work in the movie business with anything else than selling snacks in the concession stand of a cinema theater.

This could very well be one of the worst movies ever made, even taking into account the confusing work by infamous director Ed Wood. Sequels are often challenged by the notion of at least trying to surpass the previous movie. This can not truly be called a sequel, albeit some factors and characters are the same or referred to in this movie. This doesn't change the fact that this movie has such massive problems and that the script is so poorly written, it only adds to the total impression that this movie was lost at the very first frames.

If you are movie maker looking to avoid some of the most common snags of the script writing process, this is a useful example since this movie not only have all of the possible faults and mistakes but also excels in embellishing them thousandfold.


Review by David Igra from the Internet Movie Database.