Truth can be dangerous. Trust can be deadly.
Truth can be dangerous. Trust can be deadly.
D: Peter Howitt
20th Century Fox/MGM/Hyde Park/Industry (Nick Wechsler, Keith Addis & David Nicksay)
USA 🇺🇸 2001
110 mins


W: Howard Franklin
DP: John Bailey
Ed: Zach Staenberg
Mus: Don Davis
PD: Catherine Hardwicke

Ryan Phillippe (Milo Hoffman), Rachael Leigh Cook (Lisa Calighan), Claire Forlani (Alice Paulson/Rebecca Paul), Tim Robbins (Gary Winston), Richard Roundtree (Lyle Barton)

Cyber thriller about a young computer ace (Phillippe) who accepts a job at a top software company and discovers that his boss is using unconventional and illegal methods to corner the marketplace.
Aside from Tim Robbins doing a good job apeing a Bill Gates-esque software mogul, the acting is rather awful (especially the emotionless performance of Rachael Leigh Cook) and the whole thing is rather forgettable.

Ryan Philippe & Tim Robbins in Antitrust
Ryan Philippe & Tim Robbins in Antitrust
Did You Know:
One of the commands Milo enters when accessing the surveillance system in the day-care center is "show -p 1984", this is a reference to George Orwell's book "1984" which describes a completely controlled society where everyone is monitored by the government.

Award Wins & Nominations:


Wins: none

Nominations: none

Worst of the Year: 1 nomination (Worst Supporting Actress)


Wins: none

Nominations: none


Wins: none

Nominations: none


Shanghai International Film Festival (Best Film, Best Director)