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But the site is what you make of it. After playing around in their forums, I don't see BlackHatWorld as a Silk Road-esque
I don't look at other pictures about a subject. If I want to do a movie about a thief, I don't watch a film about a thief, I meet and hang out with thieves. The same goes for researching investigative journalists in a film like Insider.
Honestly, this was a rough one. Whether we're talking about the overly-complicated story, the overly-simplistic dialogue, or the clunky pacing, Blackhat is such a smorgasbord of missteps that it's genuinely hard to divine what the filmmakers' actual intent even was.
We also talk up our varied reactions to the new trailers for Ant-Man, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and 50 Shades of Grey, discuss our antipathy toward the Golden Globes, and unpack the latest Star Wars news.
Here's my first problem with Michael Mann's Blackhat: Chris Hemsworth doesn't have the talent to make me believe he's smart enough to be an MIT-educated, world-class computer hacker.
You don't really want to see it. We don't really want to see it, either. But we're all going to see it. (Feb. 13) December
For movie lovers, a new Michael Mann film is considered an event. Which is why the forthcoming release of "Blackhat" is so
Michael Mann and Chris Hemsworth discuss their new movie
Abhi Sinha is a busy guy. Big on sports, Abhi fell into acting during college. Now really, how do you choose between sports and acting? Tough call that Abhi made! But look at him now!
The first trailer for Michael Mann's "Blackhat" has finally arrived. Starring Viola Davis, Chris Hemsworth, Holt McCallany
Whenever a celebrity scandal breaks, like Kristen Stewart's cheating on boyfriend Robert Pattinson, entertainment journalists aren't the only ones scrambling to get the story online -- so are hackers.
In the privacy and data debate over the last two years, the movie There Will Be Blood has often come to mind.