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Antitrust (Blu-ray) PG-13

Truth can be dangerous...Trust can be deadly.
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Blu-ray Disc Features:

  • Rated: PG-13
  • Run Time: 1 hours, 49 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Released: September 22, 2015
  • Originally Released: 2001
  • Label: Olive Films
  • Encoding: Region [unknown]

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Entertainment Reviews:


Total Count: 106


User Ratings: 46,276
Rating: 2.5/4 -- Got a by-the-numbers plot? A premise that's intriguing but also has holes in it? Dialogue that needs punching up? Hire Tim Robbins. He can save just about anything. Full Review
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Nov 6, 2002
Rating: 2/4 -- My, my, such a high-tech setting -- too bad it's marred by such a low-tech plot. Full Review
Globe and Mail
Mar 19, 2002
Rating: 3/4 -- As sly as it is knowing, and played with wit to match its conviction.
Detroit News
Jan 12, 2001
Rating: 0/4 -- This thriller in name only is all too characteristic of the cinematic scrap heap that is the first month of the year. Full Review
Dec 8, 2002
A thriller about creativity which doesn't display any of its subject matter. Full Review
Daily Mail (UK)
Dec 16, 2002
Rating: 3/5 -- It won't win any Oscars but it might make 14-year-olds wonder whether it's really worth spending life in front of a screen. Full Review
RTÉ (Ireland)
Jan 23, 2003
Rating: 3/5 -- For much of its life AntiTrust relies on unhysterical thrills that are rooted in a highly credible set-up (a psychological cat-and-mouse game) and keep the audience guessing along with Milo. Full Review
Apr 23, 2001

Product Description:

Stanford grad Milo Hoffman (Ryan Phillippe) and his equally talented friend, Teddy (Yee Jee Tso), intend to form an Internet start-up and take the world by storm. That all changes when Milo is courted by deceptively friendly software magnate Gary Winston (Tim Robbins), the immensely wealthy head of world-dominating, Portland-based company, NURV. Milo takes the bait, leaving Teddy behind. Arriving in Portland to a NURV-provided house and car, with his girlfriend (Claire Forlani) in tow, Milo finds himself working on Winston's masterplan--software that will link the world's communications devices together. But it's not long before Milo begins to uncover disturbing evidence of Winston's unethical--and brutal--business tactics. When Winston's web of violence touches Milo's world, he joins forces with fellow NURV programmer, Lisa (Rachael Leigh Cook), and sets out to tell the world of Winston's reprehensible practices.

Though obviously influenced by the practices of a certain Pacific Northwest-based software empire and its recognizable leader, Howard Franklin's (THE NAME OF THE ROSE) script is a snappy popcorn-muncher that manages to generate suspense even though it realizes its own excesses. Robbins, as evil geek Gary Winston, is obviously having a good time. ANTITRUST takes the conventions of the conspiracy film and adds a candy-colored millennial sheen.


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  • UPC: 887090107303
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