A plot thinner than an LCD monitor doesn't prevent the bombastic fun, and the young cast help it hurtle along.
I liked the way The Plague created a virus designed to catch his enemies. And I liked the way Kate told Dade, "I don't do dates," early in the film.
In its portrayal of a subculture, Hackers does a good job.
In HACKERS, keyboard cowboys (and cowgirls) inhabit a techno-cocoon in which they're free to spend their nights hacking and clubbing, and their days plotting ever cooler computer conquests.