Shawn McLoughlin’s review published on Letterboxd:
I like it when the score does that grind/crunch industrial sound. This is SUCH a well made movie.
Also, Republica is on the soundtrack which instantly dates it but also makes it awesome. Looking forward to seeing some of the cast this weekend, but not Neve.
Irritatingly, the set-up that Sydney has in her bedroom has always baffled me. The phone line is dead, however, somehow her computer can still make a 911 call out? But this is 1995/1996 so its pre-broadband so wouldn't the computer need the phone line to dial out? Never understood how this worked 25 years ago and it still baffles me to this day. So much of this film is so smart though that I hesitate to say this is some sort of flub like the entirety of The Net or how email addresses have spaces on them like in the first Mission: Impossible film.