Iron Man 3.
I watched this last night.
Didn't disappoint, with one exception.
When, oh when, will Hollywood learn to do computers properly?
Tony Stark breaks in to an outside broadcast van to attempt to use their computers to hack AIM's computers and find out what was the truth behind the Extremis program.
First off he checks the available bandwidth, and appears to use something like speedtest.net - Very good Hollywood, credible at this point.
Then he gains more bandwidth by having the tech fiddle with a satellite dish. Not sure about this, but I can suspend credibility for a while.
Then, and not for the first time in a film, we see IP addresses on screen. When will Hollywood ever learn that 936.345.643.21 is not technically possible?
Can they not for once just employee a technical advisor with even rudimentary networking knowledge? Please?