Disclosure Review

A few big names fell on their faces over the 1994 holidays. Most notable among them was Demi Moore and the rest of the cast of Disclosure. Disclosure, ostensibly about reverse sexual harassment, is really just a platform for Moore's true lack of acting ability to come through better than ever. And is the audience supposed to feel some gripping suspense and excitement because, oh no!, Michael Douglas may actually lose his job? After the first hour, I was hoping some terrorists would show up at the office with a van full of dynamite so Bruce Willis could drop in and save his wife from this poor excuse for a film.

Facts and Figures

Run time: 128 mins

In Theaters: Friday 9th December 1994

Budget: $55M

Distributed by: Warner Home Video

Production compaines: Warner Bros., Baltimore Pictures


Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 59%
Fresh: 34 Rotten: 24

IMDB: 6.0 / 10

Cast & Crew



Starring: as Tom Sanders, as Meredith Johnson, as Bob Garvin, as Philip Blackburn, as Cindy Chang, as Catherine Alvarez, as Susan Hendler, as Stephanie Kaplan, as Mark Lewyn, as Mary Anne Hunter, Nicholas Sadler as Don Cherry