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A young tech worker takes a job at a powerful Internet corporation, quickly rises up the company's ranks, and soon finds herself in a perilous situation concerning privacy, surveillance and freedom. She comes to learn that her decisions and actions will determine the future of humanity.
ActorsStarring: Emma Watson, Tom Hanks, Karen Gillan, Ellar Coltrane, Patton Oswalt, Bill Paxton, Glenne Headly, Poorna Jagannathan, Ellen Wong, Nate Corddry, Elvy Yost, Fred Koehler, Mamoudou Athie, Eve Gordon, Amir Talai, Lauren Baldwin, Jedediah Jenk, Nicola Bertram, Claudia O'Doherty, Ara Woland, Johny Walsh, Brandon Van Vliet, Matt Van Beck, Alan Trujillo, Derek Sulek, Jasper Salon, Patrick Russo, Parker Russell, Samir Patel, Afsheen Olyaie, James O'Connor, Henry Nolin, Troy Murray, Rob Morris, Dez Mabunga, Shandel Love, Abraham Lim, Punnavith Koy, Slim Khezri, Stephen Michael Joseph, Allyson Nicole Jones, Jenine Giusto, Jennifer Fernandez, Paul Edney, Lori Crow, Shaylin Janelle Broady, Kelli Barksdale, Reverend John Atom, Natalie Stephany Aguilar, Steven Adkins, Michael Dean Russell Jr, Fred Koehler, Alana Aimaq, Daniel William Jordan, Nick Peine, Ken Narasaki, Melanie Steinmann, Lizzie Prestel, Jimmy Wong, Adam Aseem Tiwari, Sandeep Parikh, Mele Ihara, Andrew Hwang, Jason Sheridan, Drew Droege, Hunter Burke, Steven Klein, Judy Reyes, Poorna Jagannathan, Smith Cho, Amie McCarthy Winn, Julian von Nagel, Katie Costick, Regina Saldivar, John Boyega, Nick Valensi, Michael Shuman, Joey Waronker, Roger Joseph Manning Jr., Beck
Critic Reviews About The Circle
Emma Watson has to spend way too much time looking concerned while staring at various screens.
Most of The Circle plays ridiculously, thank God: If in 10 years we look back on it and think, “Yep, they got it right,” we’ll really be screwed.
With so much to say, the filmmakers struggled with how to say it, resulting in a confused and rather creepily off-putting story.
As a satire, The Circle might have been worth a few giggles, but as a deadly serious drama, it’s laughable in an entirely different way.
This information-age thriller tries to tackle relevant topics like privacy and accountability, but its presentation is so opaque and plasticky that it might have come from a computer on Prozac.
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media
The Circle is bolstered by a fascinating premise and solid performances, but doesn’t bring anything new to the table in regard to its discussions.
A solid telling that spans several fascinating periods of 20th century life.