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What we have here is a late-night monster movie in which the monster is an artificially intelligent computer, which controls all functions at a nuclear power plant and which, of course, goes haywire, initiating a process that could lead to a meltdown while viewing power-plant personnel both as entities it must protect and as viruses infecting the system. Technicians frantically scramble to hack through the computer's digital defenses, but the hurricane that rages outside delays desperately needed expertise.
Not a bad plot, but the execution is just silly. Much of the dialog sounds improvised, and most of the scenes appear to have been filmed on the first take. Nevertheless, if you have nothing better to do, grab some popcorn and maybe an adult beverage, sit back, and get ready to smile!
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