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The Fifth Estate (2013) Movie Information

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6735

Avg. Rating:

2.53/4

# of Ratings:

16

Genres:

Documentary, Drama

Rating:

R

Language:

English

Theater Date:

10/18/2013

DVD Release:

01/28/2014

Director:

Bill Condon, R.J. Cutler

Actors:

Benedict Cumberbatch
Daniel Brühl
Carice van Houten
Dan Stevens
Alicia Vikander
Egill Helgason

 

 

 

 

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Explores the relationship between WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and Daniel Domscheit-Berg and early colleague and supporter. Yet as the websites growth and influence spreads, it leads to an irreparable break between the one-time friends. -- Chris Kavan

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The story is about Explores the relationship between WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and Daniel Domscheit-Berg and early colleague and supporter. Yet as the websites growth and influence spreads, it leads to an irreparable break between the one-time friends. This movie had floped hard at the box office and am aright with that I mean the movie is not that Bad of a film but I think the message in the movie keeps forcing the the message on you.

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10/27/2013 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Mostly Interesting, Slightly Tedious

'The Fifth Estate' does well to inform of the exploits of the now infamous Wikileaks. The entire film is told from the perspective of the co-founders and most of the drama permeates from their tested friendship. Cumberbatch and Bruhl once again dominate the screen with their performances, each bringing a deep sense of immersion into character. In addition, the directing and writing are solid. The problems lie with the overall repetitive nature of the film. Having multiple encounters in similar settings, with similar outcomes, makes for a slightly tedious trek. The unnecessarily long third act only intensifies the need for a quicker resolution. All of the mixings are there, they just aren't laid out in the best order. I still reserve a recommendation for this film, if only for the ...

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