Disclosure

1994, Mystery & thriller, 2h 7m

61 Reviews 25,000+ Ratings

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In this Michael Crichton adaptation, Tom Sanders (Michael Douglas) is a senior executive at a cutting-edge technology corporation on the verge of releasing an innovative new product. Sanders' boss, Bob Galvin (Donald Sutherland), is putting the final touches on a potentially lucrative merger and everything is in order for Tom until a vamp from his past, Meredith Johnson (Demi Moore), swoops in, stealing his impending promotion and then -- doubling down -- suing him for sexual harassment.

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Demi Moore
Meredith Johnson
Caroline Goodall
Susan Hendler
Dylan Baker
Philip Blackburn
Roma Maffia
Catherine Alvarez
Allan Rich
Ben Heller
Rosemary Forsyth
Stephanie Kaplan
Suzie Plakson
Mary Anne Hunter
Joe Uria
John Conley Jr
Paul Attanasio
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Critic Reviews for Disclosure

All Critics (61) | Top Critics (19) | Fresh (36) | Rotten (25)

  • Pure and simple trash masquerading as significance.

    April 25, 2014 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…
  • Its preoccupation with snazzy computer-generated special effects has left key plot points so unclear at least one baffled viewer had to retreat to the book to find out why some things happened and others did not.

    April 25, 2014 | Full Review…
  • The presence of Douglas, who has made a career of being pursued by beautiful, dangerous women, turns this sexual-harassment thriller into instant camp.

    April 25, 2014 | Full Review…
  • This witty, wily battle between genders is not so much about sexual harassment as it is about power politics in the workplace, where water-cooler gossip is replaced by E-mail, and where memo warfare is waged by combatants in virtual-reality goggles.

    April 25, 2014 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…
  • For those who would question Crichton's motives, Levinson and Attanasio haven't let men off the hook.

    April 25, 2014 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…
  • This is the least personal movie [Levinson has] made in years, and the script is more a shortening of Crichton's story than a dramatization.

    April 25, 2014 | Rating: 2.5/4 | Full Review…
  • Pure and simple trash masquerading as significance.

    April 25, 2014 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…
  • Its preoccupation with snazzy computer-generated special effects has left key plot points so unclear at least one baffled viewer had to retreat to the book to find out why some things happened and others did not.

    April 25, 2014 | Full Review…
  • The presence of Douglas, who has made a career of being pursued by beautiful, dangerous women, turns this sexual-harassment thriller into instant camp.

    April 25, 2014 | Full Review…
  • This witty, wily battle between genders is not so much about sexual harassment as it is about power politics in the workplace, where water-cooler gossip is replaced by E-mail, and where memo warfare is waged by combatants in virtual-reality goggles.

    April 25, 2014 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…
  • Makes the case convincingly that women in power can sexually harass men that they manage.

    June 21, 2020 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…
  • Douglas inspires little empathy, while Moore's character-a serial sexual harasser-is thinner than a microchip. And as a thriller, Disclosure is anticlimactic...

    October 9, 2019 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Disclosure

  • Dec 02, 2018
    The tech's dated but the message is timeless.
    Ed K Super Reviewer
  • Jul 31, 2013
    The third film in Michael Douglas' sex trilogy, this has always kinda amazed me really seeing as the guy is hardly good looking. Yet I remember this film well upon release, the films poster was raunchy and everybody was talking about the sex scene with Demi Moore. The films main plot was also a big talking point, sexual harassment of a man in the workplace...by a higher grade woman. A concept that was deemed to be impossible and rather un-PC. In all honesty the film was pretty much sold on that one sex scene. But it wasn't even a sex scene, it was more rough and dirty, clearly made to be scandalous and edgy, and it worked. I can't deny its a sexy sequence especially with Moore's provocative and dominating dialog at the same time...'you just lie back and let me be the boss'. This film really brought Moore to my attention. Her dominance and bitchy attitude is incredibly sexy and could easily cause any man a huge moral dilemma, and I guess that is the entire point. After this scene the plot gets nasty as Moore's real character is exposed and she tries everything in her power to bring Douglas' character down. Its all about lies, accusations, trust and mainly power, who has the power, are women as powerful as men in business? or do they actually have more power?. Its an interesting premise which works well and does open your eyes somewhat. Does this happen in reality? to be honest I'm sure it does as in this modern age equality laws for the sexes can easily swing in favour of the female in cases just like this (evidence depending). Bottom line it can/could be very easy for a female in the work place to cause a lot of trouble for a man without the need for immediate hard evidence. As for the film, I think its very good, it grips you and makes you feel uncomfortable. Personally I felt quite nervous throughout the whole film, it really did make me squirm, kudos to everybody involved for that achievement. I also felt compassion for Douglas' character, I wanted him to succeed and prove himself innocent, the direction and performances are very good and all help in locking you in with the plot. Moore really does the powerful bitch role well, its hard to like her here despite the fact most men would have let her 'rape' them in that one sex scene (I know I would have). Its a performance driven film and I think everyone nails it. Sutherland as ever is well cast as the boss, never sure whether he is up to something, always looking kinda shifty, a corporate boss who appears friendly on the outside but cold and merciless on the inside. Kudos must also go to Roma Maffia as Douglas' lawyer, I think her performance is the best in the film!. Her character knows how to play the game, she gives you the viewer confidence, she relaxes you because you know she knows what she's doing, plus she looks like a lawyer too. I'm sure many people will be able to relate to situations like this in their own work place. I think the whole atmosphere of taking sides, rumours, the little digs, plotting, wild accusations, betrayal, the private chats with superiors etc...all are created well within the film, its quite grounded and realistic if you ask me. I think this film ranks highly alongside 'Fatal Attraction', that film exposed the possible flaws in equality between the sexes on the homefront (trust issues), whilst this film exposes it in the workplace. A very good tense legal thriller set completely within the professional world where men supposedly reign supreme. Add some gritty sex, gritty dialog and some fancy visual technology effects (amusingly dated now) and you have a decent drama.
    Phil H Super Reviewer
  • Apr 04, 2012
    Sometimes it got boring, but the movie is saved by solid performances from Demi Moore and Michael Douglas. I liked the theme, It was interesting, the sex scene between the leads was probably the hardest part to watch (very strong sex scene), the script was good, but not great, and once again Michael Douglas nails the role as the one getting screwed in the head by the woman, and Demi Moore is excellent and sexy, Disclosure is a great and thrilling time at the movies!
    Angel G Super Reviewer
  • Jul 09, 2011
    There's plenty of sexual tension which allows half of the work to be done, but for a thriller Disclosure moves at a frustratingly slow pace.
    Ilyaas H Super Reviewer

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