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The Net 2.0 (Bilingual)

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  • Actors: Nikki Deloach, Cengiz Bozkurt, Demet Akbag, Neil Hopkins, Courtney Vye
  • Directors: Charles Winkler
  • Writers: John D. Brancato, Michael Ferris, Rob Cowan
  • Producers: Ezel Akay, Bahadir Atay, Irwin Winkler, Julie Milstead
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Chinese, English, French, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : General Audience (G)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Feb. 7 2006
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,694 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Format: DVD
The Net 2.0 is an above average movie for its genre.It is basically the
story of a woman who has her identity along with her life stolen,as if
she never existed.she must then try to get it back.this movie is not a
sequel to the original.in fact it has none of the characters from that
movie.nevertheless,it is suspenseful,riveting and action packed.there
are of course a few plot twists,some predictable,others not.the acting
is more than decent,especially from Nikki Deloach(TV's North Shore) as
Hope Cassidy,the main character.She is very credible as a woman who has
lost everything.the supporting cast are also strong.the direction is a
bit suspect at times,as the director utilizes many jump shots
throughout.A jump shot is essentially a type of camera trick.this is
used to make the action flashier for the audience.However,it has been
done so much before that audiences are mot impressed.minor quibble
aside, however,Net 2.0 is overall a well done ,entertaining and fun
movie.well worth your 90 minutes. 3.5/5
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It's not the first one but it's decent for a direct to video, low profile sequel. I watched it because I liked the first one and was curious. It did much better than I'd expected. I liked it and the price is good. You can preview it on Crackle/Youtube. I watched it there and now I will buy it.
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Amazon.com: 29 reviews
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
WHERE THERE'S HOPE March 13 2006
By Michael Butts - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
THE NET 2.0 has nothing to do with the Sandra Bullock original, except for the theme of identity theft. Nikki DeLoach stars as Hope Cassidy, a computer whiz who takes an assignment in Instanbul against the wishes of her boyfriend. She should have listened..she's no sooner in Istanbul than her identity is completely wiped out, she's wanted for stealing fourteen million dollars belonging to a corrupt gunrunner, and for the murder of two people, including the girl who stole her identity. She doesn't know who to trust except for the nice stewardess she met on her flight to Turkey.

Aside from the lovely travelogue of Istanbul, there's nothing really new or different, some of the plot is totally implausible, but it does have an unexpected twist I didn't see coming. So for escapism entertainment, THE NET 2.0 is enjoyable.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
"The Net 2.0": Updated with Recycled Materials Feb. 2 2007
By Tsuyoshi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The greatest thing about "The Net: 2.0" is the location. The film was shot in Turkey (entirely on HD video) and the city of Istanbul provides a very colorful and exotic backdrop to the story which is just predictable, often impossible and not very thrilling.

The film follows an American computer security expert Nikki Cassidy (Nikki Deloach) who finds a new job in Istanbul. She needs a change; needs something different, something very exciting. Nikki flies to Turkey, leaving her reluctant boyfriend behind, and there she is wrongly accused of the murders by the local authority.

`The Net: 2.0" uses so many clichéd narrative and visual techniques taken from other better thrillers including its original: flashbacks, voiceovers, fast-forwards and jump-cuts, mysterious (and unreliable) strangers, stolen IDs and high-tech machines. Director Charles Winkler gives bits of car chase here, hand-to-hand fights there, and some tricks using James Bond-like hand-made gadgets in between.

Still we are not excited at all. But how can we? The film totally forgets to explain certain important things. Why doesn't she just phone someone in the US? Being a computer expert who actually meets clients, Nikki must know someone who can help her. How was the money withdrawn from her bank account? And most of all, as to the mastermind of this conspiracy, why not bribe her (or someone else) instead of preparing intricate setups?

`The Net 2:0" shows several great aerial shots and beautiful landscapes of the city. the detailed shots of the streets and buildings of the city are in fact much better than the main plot and character themselves.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A Worthy Movie Feb. 18 2006
By amerk - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Maybe it's just me, but I thought this movie was great for a direct to video movie. Sure it was a bit slow, but the suspense was there, the acting was good and the filming was well done for a movie that might not have made it to the theaters. Was it a masterpiece? No, certainly not. But it was action packed and had me at the edge of my seat.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A Worthy Sequel Aug. 3 2013
By Mr. David-jack A. Fletcher - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I don't know who Nikki Deloach is, but she's a good actress. She's no Sandra Bullock, but she played the part well enough. I enjoyed how the writers updated this film in regards to technology, and how the identity theft was completely different. What let this film down was the story-telling - she literally told the story to a psychologist in prison - though I think this was done on purpose to alleviate the constant action.

There were enough twists and turns in this film to be satisfying, however I found some parts of the film to be a little excessive. A lot of yelling, a lot of banter between Deloach and the psychologist (almost like frenemies at high school). Still, it is worth watching, and I found the ending quite satisfying. For a low-budget film that went straight to DVD, it's really quite a good film.
13 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Hey guys, remember The Net? Yeah, me too. Dec 22 2005
By Andrew Kling - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I remember liking the original. Don't you? You didn't? Oh, man, then you are _really_ going to hate this movie. But if you did, well... you are still probably going to hate this movie.

It's hard to know where to place the blame for this film's many, many shortcomings. Is it the writing? Yes, it's pretty superficial. The directing? Well, yes. The acting? Yeah... that could have been better... but you get the feeling that they're trying.

And seriously, what is up with the editing? Yes, freezing the video has been used to effect in other settings, but doing so randomly? Kinda looses the "hip" factor.

Anyway, aside from the title and the premise of "swish computer girl gets her identity stolen", I was at a loss for what this movie shared with the original at all - the same gaffer or best boy? Is that how they can justify the title?

I kind of like the idea of a completely separate story under the same name, but I have one proviso: Please make them good. The writing in this escapade is just weak. It tries to be slick and clever, but doesn't come close.

The leading actress is lovely, to be sure, and I hope she's a very nice person in real life. She tries her best with the material, and while she didn't succeed in saving the movie, she did win the sympathy vote.

My favorite moment in this romp has to be the scene of her infiltrating the "ultra high security offices" of a financial corporation based in some sort of palace. She happens to find a grey worker's jumpsuit and what follows is a beautiful montage of her creeping around with furtive sideways glances looking so ridiculously suspicious it's laughable. It's cute, in a way.

So, while the gadgets in this Net may have more RAM than the original, there is no area in which the new version eclipses its predecessor.

The production value just doesn't hold up, and it only possesses a fraction of the talent behind it, on either side of the camera.

I wish I could say that I didn't like this movie because I'm a Mac guy and this version features a Pocket PC instead of the Apples we saw in the original... but no. (It does make an interesting overarching metaphor, though.)

Even though I quickly abandoned any hopes or expectations when watching this movie, there are still other options with more substance. Try them first. All this being said, if you're looking for an entertaining faux-techno tale of intrigue, and if you're on a budget... this will probably be available in your local $1.99 bin within months.