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Disconnect

(2013)

Rated R for sexual content, some graphic nudity, language, violence and drug use - some involving teens.

R In Theaters 04/12/2013 , 115min.
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Viewer Score
84%
Viewer score based on 10 ratings
64%
Critic score based on 24 reviews

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October 07, 2013
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Amazing story line, well acted. Individuals who haven't a clue about boundaries, bulling & life from the well to do to the grifters in the streets. It puts perspective interpersonal relationships, parent/child, siblings, friends, employers, . . . .
May 23, 2013
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May 05, 2013
miche3279
This was a great movie! Very timely and kept me on edge of my seat!
May 01, 2013
gdlaur
Excellent movie! Funny man Jason Bateman proves to be more than just a funny man! The movie is a compilation of multiple stories about different families, never lacking in thought provoking material, and has just the right amount of emotion stirring content without cliches or predictible script. It was fast, clever and sheer entertainment. My boyfriend and I loved this movie, and we can be pretty
April 28, 2013
smilingdeelight
Saw it by accident, and highly recommend it for anyone who has an online presence. Lots to think about and a reminder about being present and connected to those we too often take for granted

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Chicago Sun-Times
Even when Disconnect follows the path we expect it to follow, it does so in a way that keeps us intensely engaged. There wasn't a moment during this movie when I thought about anything other than this movie. Full Review
Alan Scherstuhl
Village Voice
Disconnect might play better a decade from now, when it's more clearly a compendium of contemporary fears rather than some dire expression of them. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Characters are richly drawn and relatable, though at times stories teeter on melodrama. The overall effect, however, is powerful. Full Review
Connie Ogle
Miami Herald
The film builds to a three-pronged tumultuous climax, shot in slow motion that could have been overwrought but somehow isn’t. Full Review
David Fear
Time Out New York
Only Andrea Riseborough comes close to rising above it all, and even she’s undone by what may be the crassest climactic slo-mo montage ever. The lucky will have logged off by that point. Full Review

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