Quick Movie Reviews
Indyfreak - wrote on 02/14/2018
No wonder this was a hit. Demi Moore as a sexy femme fatale? I'm surprised she's not that big a star anymore. Her casting was perfect and she makes the film watchable; often while undressed. The premise is interesting and I'm usually a big Michael Crichton fan. But this had a nasty undercurrent that made the film unpleasant to sit through.
Yojimbo - wrote on 11/16/2012
More unpleasant and politically suspect trash from the bejowled one, once more bemoaning how oppressed he is for being a white, middle-class, middle-aged Republican. Boo hoo.
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 05/26/2012
I recall viewing this movie in the theaters in the 90ís. Viewing this again to refresh this reviewerís memory about the flick. The film becomes interesting after a grueling 43minutes when things turn around. It shows that itís dated because of the email and Go Sonics banner (which everybody knows is defunct, now itís the OKC Thunders). Pace of the film just drags and screenplay sometimes felt too long in certain scenes. Things get interesting by an hour and 40 minutes of the film. Despite the simple plot, the picture was quite lengthy though the hologram scenes were fascinating. Moore and Douglas were good, which made it a bit enjoyable to watch. Disclosure is about power, trust and persistence in finding the facts.
mitchellyoung - wrote on 07/10/2011
Douglas and Moore have an intriguing cat-and-mouse chemistry and the film raises some interesting issues about sexism in the workplace. However, the final third act feels rushed and dives into a weird sci-fi-esque virtual reality hacking scene that completely derails the film from the legal tension it has worked so hard to establish. I know it's in the book, but, still...