The Stanford Prison Experiment

The Stanford Prison Experiment

This film is based on the actual events that took place in 1971 when Stanford professor Dr. Philip Zimbardo created what became one of the most shocking and famous social experiments of all time.

Based on the real-life research of Dr. Zimbardo, The Stanford Prison Experiment is a dramatic period piece that remains relevant over 40 years later. Twenty-four male students out of seventy-five were selected to take on randomly assigned roles of prisoners and guards in a mock prison situated in the basement of the Stanford psychology building. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Stanford Prison Experiment torrent reviews

AndrClaude L (us) wrote: It does its job quite well.

Daniel N (gb) wrote: Great documentary. It's not so much about politics, as it is about a family trying to maneuver the circus that is American political process. It's a shame that people will hate it before they watch it simply because of the subject matter,

Kateryna M (au) wrote: Loved this movie in all the ways

Entertain Me O (jp) wrote: 60%Peacock is a strange but solid mystery film with an out of the box performance from Cillian Murphy.

JeanFrancois V (ag) wrote: "Youth Without Youth" is like an Indiana Jones movie without action scenes: set in a variety of locales (Romania, Switzerland, Malta and India) if features a bunch of comic book nazis trying to lay hands on a supernatural object (the protagonist himself) in order to advance their plans for world domination (I thought at one point we would get to see Hitler and his secretary, but neither Bruno Ganz nor Alexandra Maria Lara would change costumes.) It can also be described as a high-brow superhero movie, if there were such things as high-brow (or even upper low-brow) movies (I tend to think the highest they ever get is the chin.) As a surrealistic tale, it is also reminiscent of "The Fall", in a less playful and more intellectualistic way. Thematically speaking, "Youth Without Youth" was right up my alley, dealing with time, foreign languages and extraordinary mental abilities. But I didn't feel it had anything really profound to say about them. Maybe it was the pulp scifi approach that made everything seem a little bit cartoonish. Tim Roth discusses with his elusive "double" like Gollum with Smeagol, a mad German scientist electrocutes dangling horses in a laboratory from a James Whale movie, a sexy Nazi spy puts on lipstick and strips to her garter belt... I don't know if there is much more substance to the original Mircea Eliade novella, but I'm not sure that 140 pages was enough to flesh out what is a best an intriguing skeleton based on a brilliant premise. Disappointing to me also was the pointlessness of the whole quest for the primal language. Ultimately, it could only lead to what the hero calls something like "the first inarticulate cry", and what wisdom can there be in that? I was also skeptical of a film that seems wholeheartedly to embrace the denial of the law of excluded middle, with its protagonists agreeing at one point that a thing can either be so, not so, both so and not so, and neither so nor not so...

James H (kr) wrote: 3.5/10. Cliche ridden direct to video action thriller with a plot that will make you yawn. Lou Diamond Phillips sleepwalks through his role. The score is so lame, totally unoriginal. There's a couple of good scenes, but it was not easy staying interested in the movie.

Joey T (br) wrote: Far too long and overly convoluted, but a lot of fun.

Rated N (us) wrote: Scott's best "Legend? What's that?" swords-and-more-swords, repentant film.

Gina B (jp) wrote: One of my all time favorites movies. Cried the 1st time and every time since. Acting and chemistry between Meg, Andy and 2 daughters is phenomenal. Opening and ending scenes are two of my favorite scenes written for cinema. Meg's stylist on this film...excellent. Soundtrack great as well.

Nirav P (jp) wrote: I love this movie, such an awesome Rishi movie!

Kai E (nl) wrote: this is a must see classic! for those who like musicals such as the " rocky horror picture show" won't be disapointed.

Brandon S (mx) wrote: Stephen Chbosky's "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" is a sweet and entertaining coming-of-age story that I relate with, and am touched by. However, that doesn't make it a great movie.

Andrey B (ru) wrote: Another enjoyable teaming up of Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in this nice romantic comedy, one of the earliest and definitive films about cyber love.

Chelsea H (mx) wrote: Why do they list the starring cast so incorrectly? Nick Cage and Tommy Lee Jones are the main characters. And it was hilarious!!! I say watch this with friends and laugh at the really cheesy one liners!

Paul D (nl) wrote: Strong enough to spurn a television series, but that's probably where it should have started. This is just a cop action drama with overtime for the make-up department.