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Current Rating: 3.56

Current Rating: 3.56

based on 276 votes and 113 reviews

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  • 1 stars This was a very disappointing movie for me...It was very slow and more like a documentary than a movie.
  • 4 stars VERY GOOD MOVIE LEARNED A LOT ABOUT WIKYLEAKS
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  • 2 stars So so movie
  • 4 stars Good movie, a little slow at times but very interesting
  • 4 stars It explained a few things that happened before and after this hit the media. Interesting.
  • 5 stars Loved the movie - informative and interesting. Knew the basic Wikileak story, but not much behind the scenes, the why, how many, reminded us of all the corruption and secrets surrounding us - definitely a good lesson that one person can make a difference/impact, but ego has to be kept in check. The story was fast paced, constantly moving never got boring. We also love Benedict - Sherlock, and it was good to see him in a role that was both so similar to Sherlock - the one-manship, the aloofness, the logic and thought process, the impatience with frivolity and general life, and then so opposite - the promoter, the marketer, the accent, going out to meet with people in different groups, liste
  • 1 stars No good
  • 4 stars The movie made you aware of the workings and thinking behind WikiLeaks. Was very interesting learning of the people who created the concept
  • 4 stars I enjoyed learning some of the back story to Wikileaks, thought the acting was well done, sometimes the story did lag. Overall an enjoyable learning experience.

The Fifth Estate

Genre:  Documentary, Drama, Thriller
Running Time:  128 min.
Release Date: October 18, 2013
DVD: January 28, 2014

Current rating: Rating: 3.56
based on 276 votes and 113 reviews
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Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Daniel Brühl, Anthony Mackie, David Thewlis, Alicia Vikander, Peter Capaldi, Carice van Houten, Stanley Tucci, Laura Linney