Although it comes across as a movie custom fit for the youth of America who are not technologically challenged, it's actually enjoyable by anyone who cares to put some thought into the plot. Written and filmed around the pinnacle of the court battles between the Department of Justice and the Microsoft Corporation, it takes the Feds' claims of Microsoft's domination of the computer market, takes a fictional look at it with a twist of paranoia...and becomes a major motion picture.
Ryan Phillippe does a commendable job portraying Milo, a young brilliant programmer who is hired by Microsoft-esque corporation NURV. NURV is operated by Gary Winston, a seemingly nice guy who takes an evil turn, played by Tim Robbins who does a fantastic job. Claire Forlani, Rachael Leigh Cook, and even the original Shaft himself Richard Roundtree do nicely in their supporting roles. The best part of all is that this can be a film for all age groups. The profanity isn't over the top, something that seems to be a given in most big time movies today.
Not a cinematic blockbuster or a modern classic, but ANTITRUST is an enjoyable film.