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IN THE NEW WORLD OF HIGH TECH, THERE'S AN OLD WAY TO GET AHEAD. EXECUTIVE TOM SANDERS REJECTS THE SEXUAL ADVANCES OF HIS NEWBOSS, SO SHE CHARGES HIM WITH SEXUAL HARRASSMENT. TO SAVE HIS CORPORATE LIFE SANDERS BRINGS COUNTER CHARGES AGAINST HER.INCLUDES FILMOGRAPHIES AND PRODUCTION NOTES.

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Michael Crichton's bestselling novel was both a high-tech thriller and source of controversy with its hot-button plot about a man's charge of sexual harassment against a female colleague and former lover. The movie, directed by Barry Levinson, turned these issues into a prurient thriller gussied up in glossy production values, virtual reality computer graphics, and steamy sex between Michael Douglas and Demi Moore. Having cornered the market on roles for men whose brains are located south of their waistline, Douglas is well cast as the computer-industry guy who loses a plush promotion to the opportunistic Moore, and he's perfected the expression of paranoid panic. If you don't think about it too much, this is one of those films that can draw you into its manipulative web and really grab your attention. Disclosure is more entertaining than thought provoking (because the filmmakers basically danced around the story's potential controversy), but there's enough star power and visual glitz to make this an enjoyable ride. --Jeff Shannon

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  • Actors: Michael Douglas, Demi Moore, Donald Sutherland, Caroline Goodall, Roma Maffia
  • Directors: Barry Levinson
  • Writers: Michael Crichton, Paul Attanasio
  • Producers: Barry Levinson, Andrew Wald, James Flamberg, Michael Crichton, Patricia Churchill
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: April 29, 1997
  • Run Time: 128 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 0790730979
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,979 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Disclosure" on IMDb

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 4, 1998
Format: VHS Tape
For those of you who have not seen disclosure you are missing quite a bit. It is the story of a business man(Michael Douglas) who's ex girlfriend(Demi Moore) comes to work at his office. In the coarse of events she become his boss and tries to further the relationship. One night in his office she tries to seduce him, even as far as having oral sex with him. After a little foreplay he turns her down and goes home to his wife. Well the next day he is charged with sexual harassment. Douglas proceeds to counter the suit. The movie shows the double standards between men and women concerning sexual assult. The audience watched as a once well thought of man becomes a outcast and a devious woman gets placed on a pedistal. What really makes this moving worth watching is the knowledge that the higher the pedistal the longer the fall. When Demi Moore's character falls, she falls hard. It's an excellant movie with a lot of surprises and a sweet kind of justice.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Brian Nallick TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 24, 2008
Format: DVD
Disclosure is basically a movie about sexual harassment.
For once, it's the male who's being harassed.
Yes people, it does happen in real life.
It makes the story more compelling than if it had been the usual "damsel in distress" kind of movie.
Not that I'm trying to lessen the impact of sexual harassment against either gender.
This kind of behavior is inexcusable for anyone.
Disclosure will make you think, and that's good considering not many movies require you to do anything but stare blankly at the screen.
The FX are really good for a thriller and the acting is superb.
It's fast paced, well written and has a mind blowing ending.
I recommend this for people who are looking for an intelligent thriller.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Ben Riddle on June 11, 2001
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When most people watch movies that have been made from books, they usually come away from the movie thinking, "The book is better."
My own response to that comment might be, "They're pretty equal in quality." With the exception of a few name changes ("Twinkle Drive" in the book becomes "Arcomax" in the movie; from "Louise Fernandez" to "Katherine Alvarez"), the movie follows the plot of the book pretty closely. It's actually one of the first modern movies I've seen that doesn't stray that far from the book.
The premise of the movie is an intriguing one to me. High profile cases, such as the confirmation hearings of Justice Clarence Thomas and the testimony given by Anita Hill, have increased people's awareness of sexual harassment exponentially. Based upon our personal perceptions and "expectations" of the people around us, we "expect" men to be more sexually aggressive than women and therefore more likely to engage in sexual harassment or rape. But what can happen if a man is harassed by a woman? Watch "Disclosure" and find out.
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This movie about sex, lies and internal corporate politics offers something for everyone, with particular appeal to the computer geek. Demi Moore is Meridith, a former lover of Tom Sanders (Michael Douglas), and she is hot and hard. Willing to do whatever it takes to rise in the corporate chain, Meridith is named to a position making her Sanders' boss. She invites him to her office to, as she puts it, rehash old times and discuss the upcoming new ones. When he is there, she is extremely aggressive in pressing Sanders to have sex, until he finally tosses her off of him and quickly leaves. As he is walking out, she threatens to destroy his career for having turned her down.
Sanders consults a lawyer about pursuing sexual harassment charges and this starts several rounds of ruthless corporate protectiveness. Sanders' company is in merger talks that will be worth hundreds of millions of dollars so the employees have a great deal at stake. Former friends become backstabbing opponents overnight and Sanders quickly becomes persona non grata, having all his executive privileges revoked. It is a dirty battle, but the company and Meredith make mistakes and Sanders is vindicated.
As a computer science professor, I was enamored with the interface to the data storage system. It was a virtual reality interface where the person is in a simulated data storage area and can simulate the opening of drawers with the documents popping out on voice command. The help system is the image of an angel with the face of the lead programmer.
This is an excellent and tense thriller that generates a great deal of tension. Moore is superb as the ruthless vixen and Michael Douglas delivers an excellent performance as the controlled yet vulnerable male.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 6, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
I caught this movie on TV a couple of years ago, and got wrapped up in it. I haven't read the book (I prefer non-fiction reading), so I can't compare this movie to the book. I thought this was an intelligent, but entertaining movie. It has a good ending - the bad guy (or girl) gets what is coming to them. There were only a few times I found scenes ridiculously implausible - like when Douglas's character is listening to Meredith and another worker scheme while she walks on a stairmaster, and they never notice him. Give me a break. I bet the good folks in Austin were irked when Michael Douglas's character turned up his nose at the possibility of being transferred to Austin.
Dennis Miller has a small role, but plays it effectively. Demi Moore is so beautiful, and plays a tough woman very convincingly. Michael Douglas's character was done so dirty in this movie, I was rooting for him all the way to the end. And thank goodness for "A Friend."
I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes movies with more depth than just car crashes and explosions.
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