The film industry in a few years The latter has been taken over by superhero films, but programming-oriented works are still one of the most popular titles of all time. In the 1980s and 1990s, cyberpunk movies were popularized with the goal of showing the advancement of technology in the future, which in recent years has been replaced by real stories about hacking.
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10. Fifth Pillar ( The Fifth Estate )
- Release year: 2013
- Director: Bill Conden
- Actors: Benedict Cumberbatch, Daniel Bruhl, Anthony Mackey, David Thiulis, Alicia Vikander, Stanley Tochi
- IMDb rating to movie: 6.2 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating to movie: <35 out of 100
The fifth pillar is a film that claims to be based on the real life of journalist, social activist, computer programmer and founder of the controversial WikiLeaks website Julien Assange. Before we get into the story of the film, let's talk a little about the history of WikiLeaks and the events that made it so controversial.
Julien Assange is an Australian journalist and, of course, a successful hacker who decided in 2006 to Free access to confidential information Establish a website called WikiLeaks. The site was designed in such a way that all users from all over the world could share confidential information anonymously. It caught the attention of politicians and found a very good public image. But things got complicated when he released secret documents about US actions in Afghanistan and Iraq. This move was enough for Assange to be prosecuted by the United States and many countries around the world. He was arrested in London, and his exact fate is still unknown. Put the bend. This video examines how WikiLeaks was formed and the important events in the life of the report. Of course, many historical distortions were woven into the fabric of the story and its content was not approved by Assange; For this reason, it met with a not-so-positive response from critics and audiences, and many believed that it could have been much more successful if it had not been labeled "based on a true story."
Cumberbatch received international acclaim as Julien Assange. He has previously played the role of a computer programmer with "The Imitation Game" and has appeared very well in this controversial role.
9- Internship ( The Internship )
- Release Year: 2013
- Director: Shawn Levy
- Actors: Vince Wagen, Owen Wilson, John Goodman, Rose Byrne, Joanna Garcia, Will Ferrell
- IMDb rating: 6.3 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score for Movies: 35 out of 100
Movies about computer programmers are too serious, but here with We are dealing with comedy that examines the funny aspects of their lives. The story is about two old salesmen whose business is experiencing an unprecedented slump after entering the digital age. They decide to start a new job by attending a summer programming course at Google, but since they do not know much about technology and instead are as stupid as they want, they are faced with genius and hard-working people.
Apprenticeship, like hundreds of other comedies, is based on the bizarre contrast between two very different groups, sabotage and creating silly situations; So don't expect to see a different work, and instead if you are looking for a funny and entertaining movie, you can count on it.
Google's module is through an internship and is a kind of promotional film. In any case, do not forget that working in Google or even walking in different parts of it is a dream for many people in the world, and with this film, they can get at least a little closer to their mental fantasies.
8- Sawmill ( Swordfish )
- Year of release: 2001
- Director: Dominic Cena
- Actors: > John Travolta, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Dan Cheadle, Winnie Jones
- IMDb rating for the film: 6. 5 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz movie rating: 25 out of 100
Fish literally a combination of "The Matrix" ) And "Ocean's Eleven"; Like the Matrix, it is full of cyberpunk aesthetics, leather-clad heroes and hackers, and even the color green that dominates the film. On the other hand, inspired by 11 of Ocean's friends, he has targeted a bank robbery. Of course, none of these works are perfect, but instead have many bugs that sometimes bother the audience.
An intelligent spy named Gabriel (John Travolta) plots a $ 9.5 billion bank robbery But in order for his planning to go smoothly, he needs a master hacker. He goes to work for Stanley (Hugh Jackman), who was previously arrested and recently released for hacking into the FBI security systems. We said that the traces of imitation of different works can be clearly seen in it. However, the aesthetics of the late nineties can still be found there and are spectacular for those interested in that period.
7- Tron ( Tron > )
- Year of Release: 1982
- Director: Steven Lisberger
- Actors: Jeff Bridges, David Warner, Sydney Morgan, Bernard Hodges, Jackson Bastowick, Jerry Maran
- IMDb rating per movie: 6.8 Out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz to movie rating: 72 out of 100
Thron for various reasons not only for computer programmers but also in the history of cinema The film is fascinating and spectacular; The first and most important reason is that in his time he was considered one of the first works to deal with life in an unknown computer world. It was also one of the few films that made extensive use of computer special effects, making it one of the leading works in the science fiction genre, paving the way for other popular films.
The Story of Kevin Flynn is a computer programmer and video game developer who accidentally enters the colorful and glazed world of a program he wrote and must be rescued from this strange and unknown world anyway. In any case, if you are interested in science-fiction movies and of course programming, do not miss watching this fascinating and memorable movie.
6- War Games ( WarGames )
- Release Year: 1983
- Director: John Badham
- Actors: Matthew Broderick, Ella Sheidi, Dobney Coleman , John Wood
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.1 out of 10
- strong Raton Tomitoz's rating for the film: 93 out of 100
War Games did not receive critical acclaim at the time of its release, but since it was far ahead of its time, in later years More and more seen and noticed by the audience.
The story is about a teenage hacker who, out of curiosity, accidentally accesses US military supercomputers used to control nuclear war. . This curiosity caused a great deal of trouble for himself and for the people of the world. Find the security of world famous companies and with their actions, people around the world will face serious problems for a few days!
It is interesting to know that Matthew Broderick in the same years a movie called "Ferris Bueller's Day Off ), Which has many similarities to war games and follows a kind of parallel story. The film also features a teenager named Ferris Bowler (played by Matthew Broderick) who manages to hack into the school database.
5- Steve Jobs ( Steve Jobs )
- Director: Danny Boyle
- Cast: Michael Fassbender, Seth Rogen, Kate Winslet, Jeff Daniels, Michael Stelberg
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.2 out of 10
Steve Jobs is one of only two biographical films made about the founder of Apple. The screenplay by Steve Jobs was written by Aaron Sorkin, who also has a background in writing "The Social Network". Examining his works, it can be concluded that instead of dealing with revolutionary inventions, he has a special interest in examining the real life and personality of his subjects and does not hesitate to show them as an imperfect human being; This is exactly the reason why Steve Jobs's ardent fans are so angry.
There is no doubt that Steve Jobs is one of the most influential figures in the world and changed the lives of millions of people. It is very good that his professional and hard life is a role model for young people, but the reflection on his personal life and behavioral bugs is not without grace that Danny Boyle in Steve Jobs has not neglected.
In this film, besides Showing the steady efforts of Steve Jobs, the darker aspects of his character are also examined. Many of his former colleagues and Apple employees have repeatedly described Jobs in various interviews as arrogant and harsh, treating his subordinates harshly. Boyle portrays this aspect of Mr. Jobs well in his film. Of course, as we said, he was met with very sharp reactions from fans who considered him a perfect human being.
The film generally examines three parts of Steve Jobs' life; His youth and efforts to design the Macintosh operating system, design Next computers, and his return to Apple and the release of the iMac. In 2013, a movie called "Jobs" directed by Joshua Michael Stern was made, but Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs turned out to be a better movie because of its more realistic atmosphere.
4- Social Network ( The Social Network )
- Release Year: 2010
- Director: David Fincher
- Actors: Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake, Rooney Mara, Armi Hammer, Rashida Jones
- IMDb rating for the film: 7.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz's rating for the film: 96 out of 100
Another biographical film about one of the most influential Computer programmers that now inspire millions of young people around the world; Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg now owns many of the world's most popular social networks, including Instagram and WhatsApp. Turns Facebook into a popular social network called Facebook. With more than 3 billion users currently using the social network, a large audience is waiting to build the second part of the social network and watch how the Zuckerberg Empire grows.
3- A girl with Dragon Tattoo ( The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo )
- Release Year: 2011
- Director: David Fincher
- Actors: Daniel Craig, Ronnie Mara, Christopher Plummer, Steven Berkov, Robin Wright, Julie Richardson
- Score IMDb To the movie: 7.8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating to the movie: 86 out of 100
This time too David Fincher and another movie about a weird computer programmer. Dragon Tattoo, of course, is not a biographical social network, and is close to the director's favorite genre of horror and adventure genre. The job is fired. It was around this time that a millionaire hired him to find clues to the disappearance of his brother's grandson. Michael, meanwhile, meets a hacker girl named Lisbeth (Ronnie Mara), who is very clever and can be a good choice for solving the case. It is so strange that at first glance it is very difficult to recognize his face. Mara was nominated for an Academy Award for her role as a girl with a dragon tattoo. It's one of the best films of her career. And watch the thrill, don't miss this fascinating work by David Fincher.
2- The Imitation Game )
- Year of publication: 2014
- Director: Morten Tildam
- Actors: Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley, Matthew Good, Mark Strong, Charles Dance, Alan Leach
- IMDb rating for movie: 8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating for Movie: 89 out of 100
The game of imitation is known as one of the most popular movies of 2014 and with 8 Oscar nominations, it showed that it has been well received by critics. This biographical film deals with various periods in the life of the famous mathematician and father of computer science and artificial intelligence, Alan Turing.
If it were not for Alan Turing, there would probably be no programming today; Therefore, computer science is indebted to his efforts and innovations. During World War II, the British army was on the verge of a heavy defeat by Nazi Germany; So he hired a group of genius mathematicians led by Alan Turing to work on various methods to break the code of the Enigma cryptographic machine. It was a great victory for the British army. One part of the film shows the efforts and challenges of Turing and his group to solve this puzzle, and the other part deals with the final years of his life and the bitter events that led to his death.
In any case, if If you are interested in movies about the life of computer programmers, the imitation game is one of the most diverse options on the list.
1- The Matrix /strong>
- Release year: 1999
- Director: The Wachowskis
- Actors: Keanu Reeves, Lawrence Fishburne, Carrie-Ann Moss, Hugo Weaving, Joe Pantoliano, Gloria Foster
- IMDb rating for movie: 8.7 out of 10
- rating Raton Tomitoz to the movie: 88 out of 100
But it's a turn's turn is one of the most complex cyberpunk movies and works. Computer programmers and those interested in this science are fascinated by it. The first part of The Matrix was released in 1999 and soon attracted the attention of audiences and critics due to its multi-dimensional and complex story and, of course, its visual appeal. Many times it is unlikely that you will understand all the details of the story and by the end of the film a large number of question marks will parade in your head, but if you love the world of cyberpunk and computer science, you will definitely enjoy watching it.
Thomas Anderson, nicknamed Neo, encounters a strange matrix message during the hacking process and gradually realizes that strange things are happening in the world around him. Neo insists on answering his questions and suddenly realizes that the world he is facing is in fact a simulated world called the Matrix, programmed by intelligent machines!
The Matrix is just as influential in its genre. It was that many of its aesthetic elements, from the all-leather costumes of the main characters to the effect of green on the mystery of the space, remained in the history of cinema, and its effect can be seen in many films of the same list.
The fourth installment of The Matrix will be released in late 2021 after nearly two decades. According to the released trailer, Neo does not seem to remember anything about the Matrix; So it may go back to the originality of its programming.