Wednesday, August 16, 2006



Last night my wife and I rented "FIREWALL" movie off of our Charter Digital Cable. I thought this was a very good movie over all but I was disappointed with the ending. The plot and story was very well put together and the movie kept you at the edge of your seat alot. I thought Harrison Ford did an excellent job as he always does. Overall I give this movie a (B-).

Movie Information:
Computer security specialist Jack Stanfield works for the Seattle-based Landrock Pacific Bank. A trusted top-ranking executive, he has built his career and reputation on designing the most effective anti-theft computer systems in the industry. Jack's position affords a comfortable life for him, his architect wife Beth and their two young children--a standard of living that includes a beautiful home in a residential community just outside the city. But there's a vulnerability in Jack's system that he has not accounted for: himself. It's a vulnerability that Bill Cox, one very ruthless and resourceful thief, is poised to exploit. Having spent the better part of a year methodically infiltrating every aspect of Jack's identity, Cox is now ready to make good on his investment.Leading a tight team of mercenary accomplices, he seizes control of the Stanfield house, making Beth and the kids terrified hostages in their own home and Jack his unwilling pawn in a scheme to steal $100 million from the Landrock Pacific Bank. Jack is forced to find a breach in his own formidable security system to siphon funds into his captor's offshore account--incriminating himself in the process. Under constant surveillance, he has only hours to accomplish the risky transactions while desperately hunting for a loophole in the thief's own impenetrable wall of subterfuge and false identities to save his family and beat Cox at his own game.

Production Status: Released

Genres: Action/Adventure, Drama and Thriller

Running Time: 1 hr. 40 min.

Release Date: February 10th, 2006 (wide)

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some intense sequences of violence.

Distributors: Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution

Production Co.: Thunder Road Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures Entertainment, Beacon Communications, Jon Shestack Productions

Studios: Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.

U.S. Box Office: $48,745,150


Anonymous said...

I love reading every thing you write. I may not check you out every day, but I always read what you write. You are awesome my baby boy...
I love you,

Anonymous said...

Hey Coop, I finally stopped in to leave a comment on your blogspot. Glad to hear that you are recovering well and are back to work!

I'm doing well, but I'm working a lot of hours for the moving company right now. So far this week, I have 51 hours and I still have Friday and Saturday to go.

Talk to you later.

Nathan D.