If you're a fan of this movie it's a must have. Watched it last night, picture and sound were excellent (details I've never noticed before) for an older catalog title. A few brief moments in the film looked soft almost out of focus but generally it was reasonably sharp. The dated CRT monitors and clackety keyboards were a hoot. Connery's typing on the keyboard never seemed to match the text appearing the screen but that's just a funny quibble. What would be done in CGI today was done with models and I am fine with that. Frances Sternhagen was inspired casting and her interaction with Connery give the story just enough humor and humanity to keep it on point.
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