GATTACA would be my favorite, recently.
Trouble is, I have many many favorites, almost impossible to pick just one, as "the favorite!"
My 1st computer was a mail-order one. It was from company Zeos. It was a 386DX, 33Mhz, 4Mb of RAM, and a 130Mb hard drive.
It came with a 13inch color monitor, mouse, keyboard, and DOS.
Back in the day, it cost me US$3000
Currently reading "Don Quixote" by Miguel de Cervantes.
Back in the 1990s and 2000s, sure, a dot-com programmer wore cool T-shirts, flip-flops, and enjoyed unlimited sodas. It was at the two dot-coms I worked at, back in the day.
Then, once H1B took over, it is now usually a bunch of very polite, mostly quiet, dress shirt + slacks and a belt, types. At least, it seems to be this way now, at the Confidential National Service Provider that I have worked at, for the past 10yrs or so.
"We shall reach greater and greater platitudes of achievement." -- Richard J. Daley