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The Stanford Prison Experiment
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The Stanford Prison Experiment

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A group of researchers under the leadership of Philip Zimbardo, who in an attempt to measure the change in people's behavior as usual and ordinary citizens and as a responsible, so they receive help by 24 collage student at Stanford university, where they use the psychological building as a fake prison, where half of those students act as guards and the other half act as prisoners, and after only one day of the experiment, they shocked by the result, as the guards use violence against the prisoners of their friends, so they abandoned the experiment earlier.
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Alistair Harkness
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June 12, 2016

Cranking up the tension by gradually moving his camera in closer and closer to his actors, Alvarez smartly shrinks the distance between them and us in order to intensify the what-would-you-do? discomfort the experiment was designed to explore.
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Tara Brady
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August 09, 2016

Crudup's Zimbardo shifts from ruthlessness to panic, but that shift isn't nearly as marked as what we observe among his subjects.
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Tom Long
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August 07, 2015

This is not an uplifting movie, and its progress can be grueling. But it has a lot to say about how we let roles define us, how fragile personalities are and how context shapes reality.
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David Jenkins
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June 10, 2016

The film runs out of steam by about the half way mark, where matters of unequivocally passed through the gates of Hell.
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Matthew Lickona
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July 31, 2015

The film works hard to keep up the suspense: how far will the guards go? How much can the prisoners take? At what point, if any, will Zimbardo and his team intervene? And is his experiment scientific? Objective? Humane? Worthwhile?
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Kate Stables
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December 27, 2016

Authentically tense and sweatily claustrophobic.
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Brad Wheeler
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September 25, 2015

The acting is uniformly strong and the camera work is winningly claustrophobic, but the film is one note: scene after scene of bullying.
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Sonny Bunch
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July 14, 2016

Crudup excels as Zimbardo, casually sliding into the role of evil prison boss so subtly that we almost don't realize what's happening.
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Molly Eichel
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July 30, 2015

Watching these young men brutalize each other is troubling enough, but perhaps the film's most interesting angle is how the experiment changes more than its subjects.
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Rich Cline
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June 17, 2016

Based on real events, this sharply well-made film shifts from a rather light-hearted comedy into a horrific thriller. And it feels unnervingly natural as it does so.
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Richard Roeper

August 14, 2015

The Stanford Prison Experiment is the kind of movie that raises as many questions as it answers. It's also the kind of film where you want to budget some time for discussion afterward. You won't be able to shake this one off easily.
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J. R. Jones
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July 30, 2015

Billy Crudup gives a fine performance as Dr. Philip Zimbardo, who engineered the whole thing and was then pulled into his own power trip.
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