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  • Summary: Sexual harassment and corporate politics provide the basis for this contemporary drama. A duplicitous female executive tries to run her ex-lover out of the company after he rebuffs her sexual advances. (Warner Bros.)


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  1. Positive: 12 out of 19
  2. Negative: 1 out of 19
  1. Time
    Reviewed by: Richard Corliss
    Director Barry Levinson and screenwriter Paul Attanasio are great guys to waste time with. The latter has a real flair for writing strong, confrontational scenes -- brisk, needling, well shaped -- and the former stages them with coolly concentrated intensity. And the cast is terrific. [19 Dec 1994, p.75]
  2. The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
    Reviewed by: Rick Groen
    Disclosure is a well-acted, slickly directed shell of a picture. The veneer is so polished that you look on with something approaching genuine satisfaction, and only after the final credits roll do you begin to feel the void.
  3. Reviewed by: Ian Nathan
    Genuinely gripping, Demi makes an awesome femme fatale.
  4. Reviewed by: Todd McCarthy
    Disclosure is polite pulp fiction, a reasonable rendition of potentially risible material. This lavishly appointed screen version of Michael Crichton's page-turner about sexual harassment and corporate power has what it takes to deliver plenty of year-end bounty into Warner Bros.' coffers, although it might have been even more commercial had it been more shamelessly trashy.
  5. USA Today
    Reviewed by: Mike Clark
    Disclosure should slickly satisfy people who like movies about advanced computers, topical themes, hardball attorney mind games, office politics, sex and sweet revenge. [9 Dec 1994, p.1D]
  6. 50
    In his zeal to break the book down into bite-size, cutting-edge nuggets, adapter Paul Attanasio has squandered—and arbitrarily altered—many of those details.
  7. Wall Street Journal
    Reviewed by: Julie Salamon
    I didn't mind the preposterousness of the premise nearly so much as the general ineptness with which it's presented. After all, good trash has its place. [8 Dec 1994, p.A16]

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