In which Sandra Bullock plays your average computer programmer. Spending her days working the kinks out of of Wolfenstein 3d, and her nights eating internet pizza, everything takes a turn for the worse when she decides to take a rare vacation. A romantic liaison with a mysterious stranger leads to her having her identity erased by cyber terrorists. Boot up your DOS, it's 1995's "The Net"!
This movie has a well ahead of it's time concept and Bullock at peak likability, but as a thriller its about as floppy as the disks it features. Its biggest crimes include Dennis Miller (always a possible danger when watching 90's movies), completely unthrilling score from Mark Isham, and lacking the exciting set pieces that would make the near 2 hour run time worthwhile. Followed by a sequel that from a quick glance at the trailer looks 100x more dated and cheap despite being released a decade later.