The Net

The Net

Director: Irwin Winkler Cast: Sandra Bullock, Jeremy Northam, Dennis Miller


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Irwin Winkler's paranoid thriller focuses on a high-tech nightmare, as a computer programmer finds herself on the run from an unknown enemy dedicated to ruining her life by digital means. Sandra Bullock stars as Angela Bennett, a programmer who unwittingly comes into possession of software that allows access to secret government information. At first, she thinks little of it, heading off to Mexico on vacation. However, thanks to a series of odd events that culminates with the death of a close friend, Angela starts to suspect she may be in danger. This fear is confirmed when she returns to America to find that her identity has been erased, with police computers showing her as a wanted criminal. She soon realizes that a group of evil conspirators are after the program, and she sets out to clear her name and keep the program from falling into the wrong hands. The central concept later inspired a cable TV series.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/21/2017
UPC: 0043396500891
Original Release: 1995
Source: Sony Mod
Time: 1:54:00
Sales rank: 14,155

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sandra Bullock Angela Bennett
Jeremy Northam Jack Devlin
Dennis Miller Dr. Alan Champion
Diane Baker Mrs. Bennett
Wendy Gazelle Ruth Marks
Ken Howard Bergstrom
Ray McKinnon Dale
Daniel Schorr WNN Anchor
L. Scott Caldwell Public defender
Robert Gossett Ben Phillips
Kristina Krofft Nurse
Juan Garcia Resort Dest Clerk
Tony Perez Mexican Doctor
Margo Winkler Mrs Raines
Gene Kirkwood Stan Whiteman
Charles Winkler Cop
Gerald Berns Jeff Gregg
Vaughn Armstrong Trooper
Wren T. Brown Trooper
Israel Juarbe Thief
Brian Frankish Shuttle Driver
Lucy Butler Female Officer
Cam Brainard Computer Technician
Kevin Brown The Bunny
Danny Breen Supervisor
Andrew Amador Dermont Conley
Christopher Darga Cop
Rick Snyder Russ Melbourne

Technical Credits
Irwin Winkler Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Linda M. Bass Costumes/Costume Designer
John Brancato Screenwriter
Rob Cowan Producer,Screenwriter
Kate Davey Asst. Director
Michael Ferris Screenwriter
Jack N. Green Cinematographer
Richard Halsey Editor
Ann Harris Set Decoration/Design
J. Michael Haynie Asst. Director
Mark Isham Score Composer,Songwriter
Richard Lightstone Musical Direction/Supervision
Alex Mann Consultant/advisor
Mindy Marin Casting
Todd Aron Marks Consultant/advisor
Dale Martin Special Effects Supervisor
Anne McCulley Set Decoration/Design
Hugh A. O'Brien Stunts
Lisa Satriano Asst. Director
Tom Targownik Art Director
Buddy Van Horn Asst. Director,Stunts
Mark Vargo Cinematographer
Dennis Washington Production Designer
Pamela Westmore Makeup

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The Net 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Accurate and terrifying This shows a horrible truth of modern life. That , basically all of society is completely computer dependent. Computers are what cops, lawyers, imigration, media use for direction. The truth doesn't matter to them. If the computers say someone is a criminal, that's all that counts. That if a person's identity is deleted, society does allow them to do or be anything.
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This one will keep you on the edge of your chair, the suspense never stops. The cell phones and computers may seem a bit out dated in the movie, but it doesn't take away from the action.
FASJ More than 1 year ago
I am a Sandra Bullock fan and this is one of my favorites of her movies as well as one of my top movie favorites. The computer presentations are dated today but they remind me of what computers were like in the "olden" days. It has a great plot and Sandra is exceptional in the movie. Jeremy Northam plays the villian quite well. There are a number of plot twists ands turns which make the ending unpredictable and, therefore, make the movie a lot of fun. I highly recommend the film.
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