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The Circle is a movie starring Emma Watson, Tom Hanks, and John Boyega. A woman lands a dream job at a powerful tech company called the Circle, only to uncover an agenda that will affect the lives of all of humanity.

Genres
Thriller, Drama, Sci-Fi
Director
James Ponsoldt
Starring
John Boyega, Emma Watson, Ellar Coltrane, Tom Hanks

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Product details

Genres Thriller, Drama, Sci-Fi
Director James Ponsoldt
Writer Dave Eggers, James Ponsoldt, Dave Eggers
Stars John Boyega, Emma Watson, Ellar Coltrane, Tom Hanks
Country USA, France, United Arab Emirates
Also Known As 直播風暴, Melinda's Song, The Circle: Krąg, Ring, Ο κύκλος, El círculo, V mreži, A kör, ザ・サークル, O Círculo, Ratas, Le cercle: Le pouvoir de tout changer, Cercul, Sfēra, Vòng Xoáy Ảo, Ha'ma'agal
Runtime 1 h 50 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A woman lands a dream job at a powerful tech company called the Circle, only to uncover an agenda that will affect the lives of all of humanity.

Top reviews

Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 11:30

The film opened with a shot of Rachel Weisz' face. No doubt she is the face of a generation. With those eyes, all we need to know about her. I wanted to know more about her, and what drives her, but her acting and character was perfectly balanced. She looks very much like her persona from the first film, as you can clearly see her scars and many times her tattoo. Many scenes were strong, yet unmemorable. In the first film, Weisz's accent is good, and she was a very unique person. This time, she delivers a truly complex character, which is a good way to end a film. Julianne Moore, who played the character of Hazel in the first film, delivers an excellent performance. Her part is a slow moving one, but she nails it. Her acting is good, but not outstanding. Bradley Cooper was amazing as John Lithgow, a man who wants to become a revolutionary, but doesn't know how. Cooper plays this character extremely well. It's a shame he didn't receive more credit for his performance, as it was so strong. There are a few aspects of the movie that I didn't like, mainly the time. The film could have been 3 hours, as the film seems to drag, but as said, it is a strong movie. The movie is the first film directed by Ryan Coogler, and he has proved to be a good director. The use of the slow-mo camera is genius, as it really creates a feeling of isolation. I think the film could have had a few more scenes, but it is an interesting and interesting film. I look forward to seeing the future films of this franchise. 10/10
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 01:49

I don't want to go into the details of the plot, as that would be a spoiler, but I feel I should warn people away from reading this if they are planning to see the movie. First, I should say that I am a huge fan of the show, and also of other movies based on the show. It's been a long time since I've seen a movie that was as good as the show. The best example is probably The Room, which is basically a 2 hour episode that takes place in a 3 room house, with no subtitles. You have to understand, I'm a hardcore fan of the show, so for me, that is the single most important factor when making a movie. I don't want to ruin the movie for anyone else. The Plot: A person is admitted into an experimental hospital where they are monitored by an experimental surgeon, and what they see is their entire lives. One by one, their memories fade away, and the surgeon, knowing what they are going to see, watches their memories and tells them to "trust him." Once the person is "healthy" again, they are subjected to a new set of memories, this time under another surgeon, who is in charge of getting rid of them. The movies, I believe, is about all these layers, and how they connect together, but I want to warn you, it will be one of those movies that you will have to watch several times to fully understand. There are two things that are different between the show and the movie. One is that in the show, the show goes into more depth about the "experimental" surgery. It is also completely true to the book. I'm not going to go into detail about the surgery, as that would ruin the movie, but what the movie does show is the surgical procedure, so for you, I believe it is a spoiler. Also, the movie is not a fast paced movie. In the show, there are many short scenes that are kind of scary, and they seem to end suddenly. It isn't like in the movie, where they just stop and say "man, that was interesting, and now I'm going to have to fast forward." The movie does have a slow pace, but it doesn't seem like it. The first half is very slow, as the viewer just has to watch the movie, then slowly, it picks up. There are many subplots that are told in the movie that are left out in the show, such as what has happened to each person's mother, how the hospital was made, and more. The acting is pretty great, and the acting is very realistic. The character of Samantha is great, and I would say she is the best thing in the movie. I've seen many people have problems with her, but I really thought she did a great job. I have seen many people have problems with Ana, I would say she is very similar to Samantha, but her acting is very good. I know that people are going to say "Joss Whedon wrote it," but this movie is not exactly like the show. If you go in with the same expectations that you had with the show, it's not going to be that great. The thing I loved the most about the show is how much the story seemed to meld together. The movies do not have that same effect, although they are all in similar moods. If you were to judge the show
Friday, 29 May 2020 23:44

For a lot of people, The Circle may be a sci-fi thriller with many plot holes. For me, the movie's main theme was human nature, and how we react to issues like anxiety, violence and revenge. I'm not sure how many people may have heard of the film before, but I am not surprised that it is a highly anticipated movie. In my opinion, it is one of the best movies I have seen in recent times. The story is about a group of young adults who work in a company called "The Circle". It is a brilliant concept, and is in many ways better than most other movies that work around the concept of a company or its employees. I will start with the major plot holes. At first I thought that The Circle is just about two friends, who get fired after they see the company's corporate policy of killing employees who commit suicide, and go on a one-man mission to save them. I did not think much of it, and I continued to think that it was just another one of the more interesting concepts in the movie. However, the main problem with this one-man mission is that it is not a well-told story. The movie does not explain why anyone goes on this one-man mission, it just takes you on it. They explain that a huge corporation has put some sort of control on the company. However, it does not explain how. There is a major character that dies in the movie, but the writers did not tell you what happens to him or how he dies. One of the main issues I had with the movie was the completely uninteresting main character. I really was hoping that we would get to know more about him, but I felt nothing from him other than some flashbacks. And even these flashbacks did not give me any deeper information on the main character. The biggest flaw with this character was that his character was so much out of place in the story. He does not come across as a jerk, and you would not really think of him as one if he were your neighbor. All in all, the movie's plot was good, but the acting was way better. I was really impressed by Jessica Chastain's performance as a young woman dealing with what is happening in her life, and her mental state was handled very well. I also enjoyed the performance of Forest Whitaker as the older, cold, emotionless man who becomes the key to the plot. And also, he was a bit over the top with the amount of violence he used in the movie, and really did not have a lot of dialogue, but he was very well cast and acted in the movie. Overall, The Circle is a very intelligent, thought-provoking, and very thought-provoking movie that I will be recommending to my friends. The acting was really good, the writing was good, and the story was excellent. It is certainly not a movie that is for everyone, but it is a very good movie, and I recommend it to anyone who is into intelligent sci-fi, or is just into great movies.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 05:39

This is one of the most ambitious movies I have seen in a long time. This is not a documentary on the subject of the movie, nor is it a look into the situation in the government of the US. It is a look into the lives of ordinary people. The plot is interesting, though a bit predictable, and I found it quite interesting how much focus was put on the relationship between a brother and a sister, in a way that the idea of the movie, was merely the things that happened to them during the week. Though I think the idea of the movie, is just a hint of how these things actually go on in the real world. However, this is the case in the real world, as well. The idea that this movie is about the government is only the hint, the movie is much more than that. The use of flashbacks is a great idea, as it gives you a reason to think what happens next, what happens before and what happens after. The idea that the main character, has a job that doesn't give him much, while he is actually good at it, is great, as well as the idea that the main character is a spy. I don't know, there are a lot of things that I liked about this movie. One of my favorite things is the main character, who at the beginning of the movie, is weak and introverted. Then, in the end, he changes drastically. Another thing I like about this movie is the relationships between the people. While it is an action movie, it is much more than that, and I like it that way. There are many parts in the movie that really touch on personal life and I think this is why I really liked this movie. The ending is also a little touchy, which I thought was very interesting. Overall, I liked the movie and thought it was a good way to spend an hour and a half.


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