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Asian superstars Wang Leehom and Tang Wei, best known for both starring in Ang Lee’s controversial 2007 erotic drama “Lust, Caution,” join Chris Hemsworth in Universal Pictures’ cybercrime thriller “Blackhat.” Directed by Michael Mann (“Public Enemies,” “Miami Vice”), “Blackhat” follows convicted hacker Nicholas Hathaway (Hemsworth), furloughed from federal prison, and his American and Chinese ...
The director Michael Mann has many, many devoted fans, and I do not particularly count myself among them. All three, however, along with his superior The Last of The Mohicans, were at least memorable big-screen expansions of the style and sensibility that he began developing on television so many years ago. Alas, since those days Mann seems to have entered an era of contraction, with the ...
American director Michael Mann is making a grand return to theaters with "Blackhat", a timely cyber-terrorism action flick starring Chris Hemsworth. Australian actor Hemsworth sheds his "Thor" costume to become Nicholas Hathaway, a "black hat" bad-guy hacker released from prison to help American authorities dismantle a criminal network. Mann said the roots of his film can be traced back more ...
This uneven take on the cyberthriller genre dives deep into computing and international hacking, with Thor rocking a keyboard.
Michael Mann's "Blackhat" hits theaters this week, and it couldn't have begged for a better release date.
The Marvel-movie stud plays that rarest of heroes — a hunky hacker! — in Michael Mann's dreamlike crime drama
“Blackhat” is such a massive fiasco that it’s hard to know where to begin analyzing it: There’s the screenplay by Morgan Davis Foehl, which alternates between dull, rushed exposition and an utter disregard for logic and narrative.
It lures us in with the promise of up-to-the-minute villainy, but the satisfactions of "Blackhat" are surprisingly old school.
In classic Westerns, the heroes wore white hats, while the villains wore black, making it easy to tell them apart.
Chris Hemsworth takes on a malware scheme of global proportions in Michael Mann’s thriller. read more
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