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Disclosure 1994

Power, sex, ambition and intrigue are all in the mix in this drama. An executive ends up fighting for his career and marriage when his female boss, a former lover, charges him with sexual harassment.

Starring:
Michael Douglas, Demi Moore
Runtime:
2 hours, 2 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller
Director Barry Levinson
Starring Michael Douglas, Demi Moore
Supporting actors Donald Sutherland, Caroline Goodall, Roma Maffia, Dylan Baker, Rosemary Forsyth, Dennis Miller, Suzie Plakson, Nicholas Sadler, Jacqueline Kim, Joe Urla, Michael Chieffo, Joseph Attanasio, Faryn Einhorn, Trevor Einhorn, Allan Rich, Kate Williamson, Michael Laskin, Donal Logue
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Suitable for 18 years and over
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
In this 1994 semi-erotic thriller Tom Sanders (Michael Douglas) is happily married and the successful head of manufacturing, but the company is about to merge with a larger one and he discovers his expected post has gone to Meredith Johnson (Demi Moore), a former girlfriend who is having an affair with the company president. Meredith soon flirts with Tom, but although initially aroused Tom resists her further advances so Meredith screams a threat to make him pay for spurning her.
Although the film explores the politics and intrigue within an office environment, the main focus is the issue of sexual harassment and the ease with which such allegations can be made. It also illustrates how such claims can destroy one's career based on gender alone and whether a double standard exists depending whether such allegations are levied by men or women.
My single disc went straight into the main film although the main menu popped up after the film ended, offering jump to a scene, cast, production notes, film flash and languages. With adult topics and language, this is an 18 rating, but it’s about drama, not gratuitous nudity, for there is none here, relying on a good script, plot twists and acting to get along. This tense thriller manages to mix legal issues, blackmail, suspense and gender role reversal into a powerful mix of domestic versus legal drama and you always feel there is another plot at work at the back of this as it moves along. There are some implausible scenes that should never have happened but this is still a great late night drama.
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Anyone interested in this film will have seen it by now (and it has been on the television a good few times, too), so probably not really necessary to rate the film these days.

I am not a fan of Michael Douglas, nor of Demi Moore so it may seem odd that I chose to buy this film... however I enjoyed the plot a great deal and I particularly liked the virtual reality scene.

Quite why Michael Douglas always finds himself in steamy and sometimes uncomfortable sexual encounters, I just do not know - maybe I simply find him unattractive! (Remember the bunny boiler!)

But... putting that aside, yes - a good and worth-watching film with an interesting plot, a touch of mystery with the unknown (until the end) helper, and some nice comeuppance for one person :-)
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Michael Crichton is one of my favourite authors and I've tended to like many of the movie adaptations of his books. This one especially comes off very well, its got great cinematography which reminds me of Hitchcock movies and the music is awesome from Ennio Moricone, the soundtrack really drives the drama forward - Also the editing is really cool, the way cut to some scenes was very stylish; most of all I loved the performances from the cast, Michael Douglas is brilliant as the victimized Tom Sanders, Demi Moore is also very strong as Meredith Johnson and Donald Sutherland as the boss Bob Garvin is excellent. The story is about Tom Sanders getting sexually harassed by Meredith Johnson and the battle that ensues between them - no spoilers - It's a great thriller, with both style and content - They don't make them like this anymore.
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There was a time in Michael Douglas career when he seems to of made a few of these films the story is basically about this man who is propolis honed by his female boss for sex and he turns her down and takes her to his tribunal because she turns nasty
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No, no, no! I think Mr 'A Customer' also reviewing here picked up the wrong end of the stick, his video tape copy wasn't rewound due to the fact the couple watching it had to hit the sheets mid-movie after watching Michael Douglas and Demi Moore in their intimate clinch; the whipcrack of the g-string removal does stir the blood somewhat!
So, come on, Michael Crichton is no dispstick, and he's written more books-to-movie stories than most author's can wave a stick at, and someone has the gall to say it became boring? Nah, sorry, mate; are you sure you're reviewing the right movie?
Innovative as another reviewer notes in that the 'sexism in the office' tables have been turned in that Demi has accused Michael Douglas of sexual harrasment, (an absolute dream for most blokes, right!), the plot flits across the top of Crichton's industrial espionage theme extremely well. For a sci-fi / semi-erotic thriller this movie does it's job admirably, as does, no doubt, the Bestselling book, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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At time of writing this Blu-Ray had 4 out of 5 stars from 21 reviews.
Shame all of these are for the DVD.
Amazon should stop merging reviews. It is very misleading.

Now for the review.
Had this on DVD for over 10 years and always enjoyed the movie.
Thought it was time for an upgrade.
This is a US Import Blu-Ray and it is Region Free.
Extras are only a theatrical trailer. Bit of a downer but the flipside of the coin
is the picture quality is amazing. One of the best for a movie from 1994.

Can definitely recommend an upgrade.
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Disclosure is directed by Barry Levinson and co-adapted to screenplay by Paul Attanasio and Michael Crichton from Crichton's own novel of the same name. It stars Michael Douglas, Demi Moore, Donald Sutherland, Roma Maffia, Dylan Baker, Caroline Goodall and Rosemary Forsyth. Music is scored by Ennio Morricone.

Tom Sanders (Douglas) is an executive at DigiCom, a high-tech computer company, who hopes that now it's finally his time to get promotion. Passed over for an outsider, he's further irked when it turns out to be Meredith Johnson (Moore), an old passionate flame of his from years previously. When Meredith arranges for a meeting between the two later that evening, Tom finds himself sexually harassed by her. Spurning her aggressive overtures, Tom is shocked to learn the next day that she has filed a charge of sexual harassment against him. He naturally counters the charge, but this opens up a can of worms for both him and the future of DigiCom.

The 1990s practically belonged to Michael Crichton, it seemed for a time that everything he wrote was adapted to the big screen for some form of entertainment. With Jurassic Park still warm and still garnering bucket loads of cash, two other Crichton adaptations worked their way into theatres; both of which were a world away from the family friendly extravaganza of Jurassic Park. One was Rising Sun, a messy wasted potential of a movie, the other was Disclosure, a zeitgeist snatcher that seized the moment.

The topic, and the novelty of flipping the gender aggressor, was always going to make Disclosure of much interest, thus the film and the novel made big money: aided still further by the hot casting of Douglas and Moore, who were still draw cards in the early 90s.
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