This is a classic, in the true sense of the word.
It has the soaring blockbuster soundtrack, special effects which were incredible in their day and have aged remarkably well, the gratuitous fat-slob programmer stereotype, the slightly sleazy rock star mathematician (in black), the mad billionaire (in white), and the lawyer who is the first to be killed, literally shitting himself.
I jest, but seriously, how many other films manage to weave both genetics and chaos theory into the plot…
Do you like Phil Collins?
Actually, I do.
I am a bit young for Genesis, to be honest, but still appreciate their later work. Their two-part live album "The Way We Walk" is a go-to selection. Especially "That's All" and "Throwing It All Away", featuring the sublime keyboards of Tony Banks (who? exactly!)
But, his solo albums, while much maligned, will eventually get the credit they deserve. I'm sure.
Granted, there are some cheesy singles, and "In The Air Tonight"…