Maximum Linux: Movie Review: AntiTrustJan 15, 2001, 19:00 (6 Talkback[s])
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"I have to admit--I'm a huge fan of computer and Internet-based movies. Somuch in fact, that I often bash my head into a wall because most "computer" movies these days just plain suck. So it really wasn't much of a surprise come January 12th, that Antitrust would be another computer movie that would cause massive head injuries to myself and possibly those around me."
"Essentially what we have here is a story about a whiz kid named Milo, and his programmer buddy Teddy, who are fresh out of college with the mindset of developing a company out of, you guessed it, their garage. Gee, Microsoft anyone? They sputter drivel about Open Source and whatnot and they try to envelop the audience into some crazy mission of making software Open Source and making a ton of money--like most Americans even know the concept behind Open Source."
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