February 10, 2006
Rated PG-13 for some intense sequences of violence
Computer security specialist Jack Stanfield (Harrison Ford) 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, protecting the bank's financial holdings from the constant threat of increasingly sophisticated internet hackers with his complex network of tracers, access codes and firewalls.
Jack's position affords a comfortable life for him, his architect wife Beth (Virginia Madsen) and their...
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Less than ten years ago, Harrison Ford was at his prime, shelling out hit after hit. He was a guaranteed headliner. Now, after a string of so-so movies, he is not quite the A-list star he used to be - but we still hold out hope. Ford is back with force in "Firewall," a surprisingly good and tense thriller that, while not quite up to the level of some of his most classic action movies like "Air Force One" and "The Fugitive," is certainly a step above recent fare like "Hollywood Homicide" and "K-19: The Widowmaker." Full movie review »