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Mike Regan seems to have a perfect life with a happy family and successful business. Everything changes when his advisor becomes cruel. So that, He uses high technology to harass Mike' family and destroys Mike's own company which makes Mike fight to protect his life.
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
The Matrix wants its green-and-black colour scheme back. Cape Fear wants its toxic male combat back. You may well want your money back.
March 09, 2017
Observer (UK)
Brosnan lacks the conviction of Liam Neeson when it comes to the middle-aged badass genre.
March 12, 2017
Los Angeles Times
This old-fashioned premise has been upgraded for the "smart house" era, but a plodding pace and a lack of technological specifics still make this picture about as state-of-the-art as a Commodore 64.
September 22, 2016
Radio Times
Intriguing in parts, but mostly daft and sombre, I.T. is a very average thriller that fizzles out long before the predictable final act.
March 09, 2017
Times (UK)
How Pierce Brosnan must miss the days of playing James Bond.
March 10, 2017
For a film which purports to deal with issues of privacy, I.T falls short of making a convincing commentary about the subject, resorting instead to cliched tropes about modern technology.
March 09, 2017
There are some nice touches, but it unwinds into dullness and silliness and the hi-tech conceit is basically abandoned in favour of low-tech analogue violence and punch-ups.
March 09, 2017
Village Voice
A Good Day to Die Hard and Max Payne director John Moore has updated the notorious 2006 flop Firewall for the smartphone era with I.T. , and it's every bit as unpleasant as A Good Day to Die Hard and Max Payne.
September 22, 2016
Detroit News
A movie about privacy that would be better off kept to itself.
September 23, 2016
New York Times
There's not much to recommend this formulaic film ...
September 22, 2016
New York Post
Beat by beat, it's exactly what you'd expect, right down to the camera's prurient interest in the dewy flesh of Stefanie Scott as the 17-year-old daughter.
September 22, 2016