Disconnect Reviews

  • Disconnect
    • Genre : Drama, Thriller
    • Release Date : April 12, 2013
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 112
    • Production Budget : 8
    • Studio : LD Entertainment
    • Official Site : http://www.disconnectthemovie.com/
    • Reviews Rate
      Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.

    • Readers Rate
      5 of 5
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  • worst-case scenarios for our forays into chat rooms and social network sites are laid bare, as are the illegal and immoral contours of the digital landscape in this well-acted dramatic thriller
    3 of 4 by Claudia Puig [USA Today ]
  • working with a script by Andrew Stern, is good with the details, and he gets strong performances from his cast in this, his debut feature
    2.5 of 4 by Steven Rea [Philadelphia Inquirer ]
  • this ambitious, multi-storied, state-of-us-all ensemble drama plumbs our fears of the plugged-in now more stridently than local news in TV sweeps
    by Alan Scherstuhl [Village Voice ]
  • the first narrative feature from Henry-Alex Rubin (who directed the Oscar-nominated doc "Murderball") is to smartphones what "Crash" is to racism. Call it "Send."
    2.5 of 5 by Amy Nicholson [Los Angeles Times ]
  • the film ominously conveys a world of too much information but too little communication, where people have become slaves to glowing hand-held devices that were designed to make life easier but have made it busier and more complicated
    5 of 5 by Stephen Holden [New York Times ]
  • Rubin has crafted a human drama that vibrates with ferocity and feeling. Like Traffic, Crash and Babel before it, Disconnect tells several interlocking stores
    3 of 4 by Peter Travers [Rolling Stone ]
  • one in which the loosely interwoven stories, regrettably, never add up to the sum of their parts
    2 of 5 by David Fear [Time Out New York ]
  • but "Disconnect" is best at depicting what it doesn't try to dramatize, or even name
    by Joe Morgenstern [Wall Street Journal ]
  • after so many idiot comedies, it's especially good to see Jason Bateman in a serious dramatic role as an anguished father
    3 of 4 by Rex Reed [New York Observer ]
  • "Disconnect" isn't quite as bad as those, but it sure as heck ain't good
    3.5 of 10 by Jordan Hoffman [Film.com ]

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