Creating dramatic tension for a cast of pretty people hunkered around computer keyboards is the great challenge of 21st century screenwriting. There is only so much dynamic suspense that can be achieved by a seated actor or actress peering with a look of concentrated intent into a flashing monitor and then typing away madly and cursing under their breath. Unless, of course, that actress is Angelina Jolie. Hackers (1995) presents two phenomena, nascent at the time of the film’s production, that would go on to have huge, global impacts. One is the specter of cyber crime. The second is Angelina Jolie and her formidable lips and breasts. See both here, in their long-gone naïvety.