“The Net” quotes(1995)
Plot – The Net is a 1995 American action thriller film following Angela Bennett, a computer expert who stumbles upon a conspiracy, putting her life and the lives of those around her in great danger. Bennett's co-worker Dale sends her a floppy disk of a game with a weird glitch for her to de-bug. Angela discovers secret information on the disk and her life then turns into a nightmare. All her information is deleted and she is given a new identity, Ruth Marx. Now she has to find out why this happened to her and who the enemy is.
All actors – Sandra Bullock, Jeremy Northam, Dennis Miller, Diane Baker, Wendy Gazelle, Ken Howard, Ray McKinnon, Daniel Schorr, L. Scott Caldwell, Robert Gossett, Kristina Krofft, Juan García, Tony Perez, Margo Winkler, Gene Kirkwood, Christopher Darga, Charles Winkler, Julia Pearlstein, Rick Snyder, Gerald Berns, Tannis Benedict, Vaughn Armstrong, Wren T. Brown, Lynn Blades, Israel Juarbe, Julia Vera, Lewis Dix Jr., Lili Flanders, Adam Winkler, Brian E. Frankish, Wanda-Lee Evans, David Winkler, Kerry Kilbride, Roland Gomez, Melvin Thompson, Rich Bracco, Lucy Butler, John Livingston, Cam Brainard, Dennis Richmond, Elaine Corral Kendall, Alfredo López, Thomas Crawford, John Cappon, Barbara Abedi, Kevin Brown, Hope M. Parrish, Brad Hill, Danny Breen, Andrew Amador, Melissa Bomes, Bob Dini, Nicole Vigil, Philip Vitola, Gabrielle Wagnershow all
“The Net” Quotes 10 quotes
“Jack Devlin-Is that business or pleasure?
Angela Bennett-Is there a difference?
Jack Devlin-Not a great deal if you're a hacker.”
“You've got to try a few things in life without a safety net. How else are you gonna know you're alive?”
“Jack Devlin-When I was about thirteen, I had this sort of identity crisis. I used to think I was one of the characters.
Angela Bennett-You thought you were Audrey Hepburn?
Jack Devlin-No. I used to think I was the cat.”
“Jack Devlin-Computers are your life, aren't they?
Angela Bennett-Yes. The perfect hiding place.”
“You know the story. I thought I was lonely, and he forgot he was married.”
“Angela Bennett-So, what's this for?
Jack Devlin-It's uh... it's for shark fishing.
Angela Bennett-Shark fishing... with a silencer?
Jack Devlin-Yeah. You certainly seem to know your ordnance.
Angela Bennett-Colorado. You grow up with guns.”
“Jack Devlin-What were you trying to do? Save the world?
Angela Bennett-No. Not the world, just myself.”
“Just think about it. Our whole world is sitting there on a computer. It's in the computer, everything: your, your DMV records, your, your social security, your credit cards, your medical records. It's all right there. Everyone is stored in there. It's like this little electronic shadow on each and everyone of us, just, just begging for someone...” (continue)(continue reading)