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10 Most Absurd 90′s Films About Technology

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In the 90's everyone was hacking and slacking. Major props if you've seen 9 out of 10 of these. Much love, Virgin Mobile

THE LAWNMOWER MAN (1992)

Pierce Brosnan learns a valuable lesson - don’t teach anybody anything, especially the simpleton that cuts the grass.

SNEAKERS (1992)

An amazing cast, cast in odd plot to save the world from an answering machine that knows stuff.

DISCLOSURE (1994)

Michael Douglas remakes Fatal Attraction with Demi Moore, and computers? (shakes head)

HACKERS (1995)

The guy from Trainspotting and Brad's wife hack the world.

THE NET (1995)

The mom from that football movie goes on vacation, has her identity stolen, and then stuff, and then the net.

JOHNNY MNEUMONIC (1995)

The whole world is the internet, and not a cat to be found. Freaking implausible.

MASTERMINDS (1997)

Hacker slacker goes John McClane on Professor X.

ENEMY OF THE STATE (1998)

Remember The Net? Well they made it again. With the Fresh Prince. And as with most things that have Will Smith and not Jazzy Jeff, it's not worth it.

YOU'VE GOT MAIL (1998)

Tom hanks and Meg Ryan bore the crap out of America in this 119 minute commercial for AOL. (AOL used to be a thing)

PIRATES OF SILICON VALLEY (1999)

Bill and Steve's excellent adventure.

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  • oh.

    ha, if that is the bill gates character,spot on!!!