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The Stanford Prison Experiment 2015 123movies

The Stanford Prison Experiment 2015 123movies

They were given 2 weeks. It lasted 6 days.Jul. 17, 2015122 Min.
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Plot: 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.
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The Stanford Prison Experiment 2015 123movies 1The Stanford Prison Experiment 2015 123movies 26.9/10 Votes: 37,638
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**Be cautious about what you’re signing for!**

Do you remember the Kubrick’s film ‘A Clockwork Orange’, well, I’m not saying it is the same or similar film or storyline, but it reminded how it affects those people who are involved in a similar kind experiment. This is not too violent like that film, but it has its share where some might feel uncomfortable. Except in the opening and some other parts, the entire film takes place in a single location, most likely a studio setting. That part was well done, including the screenplay and direction. One of the rare films, about the rare subject, in some way it is a must see, but seems not suitable for everyone.

It is a nice concept, but it was based on the real. It all begins when a university professor decides to conduct an experiment in the summer holiday where some students came forward to be the part of it. It is a two week long project, so the first day goes off well and then the real problem begins when a small incident leads to a series of others in the following days. How the remaining days goes and what were the results of the experiment is disclosed in the later parts.

There are many edgy events; I thought it might get ugly at some point of the narration, but stayed real and ended with a good intention. It is a collection of good performances, everyone did their parts well. Particularly those student cast. Not many of them are famous, but the film provided quite an equal share of screenspace. It is not just an entertaining film, a character study as well. First of all, it is not a usual story, so if you decide to watch it, expect accordingly. I think it is a good film to give a try for once.

_7/10_

Review By: Reno Rating: 7 Date: 2016-10-04
Another very worthwhile production of a chilling real life experiment.

The Stanford Prison Experiment makes for compelling reading/viewing, whichever format you choose to partake in, it’s science gone bonkers and has the power to chill the blood. Did we need another film version? Especially since Das Experiment (2001) is an outstanding film and clearly the one that is recommended as a first port of call on the subject?

As it is this Kyle Patrick Alvarez directed version is special as well, managing to get under the skin whilst being vivid in detail. Not just for 1971 period accuracy (clothes/social traits et al), but across the board characterisations as it’s well written and performed.

Not recommended for those who may be down on the human race, or for those obviously after a good time. But good film making is worth time investment – as is eye opening of the human condition. 7/10

Review By: John Chard Rating: 7 Date: 2019-06-04
Admittedly conflicted
I have to admit that my rating is conflicted between the quality of the film (the caliber of the acting and directing), and the enjoyment/watchability of the film itself. It was superbly acted and directed – exhibited by the fact that recognizable actors blended seamlessly with their characters and eliciting sincere feelings of contempt and sympathy. However, it was not an easy film to watch. Again, I think that’s a testament to the talent of the artists involved.

I do think it should be required viewing for psychology students – unfortunately this film was released after my college years.

As another reviewer stated, I really would have liked to have seen more about the final repercussions: how it affected the participants once the study was over (one would imagine some could have been left with PTSD, if only short term). In fact the film was so immersive and believable that I wondered if any of the actors fell victim to the same tendencies as the original participants and got a little lost in their roles.

I had to go online to see if there were any legal or professional repercussions for Dr. Philip Zimbardo or any of the other parties involved. The post-notes at the end of the film could have been a bit more comprehensive, as I believe there were certain practices/rules put in place for psychological studies as a direct result of this experiment (among them being the establishment of the National Research Act as well as the creation of the Institutional Review Board).

So, yes, I would definitely recommend watching this movie with the caveat that you’re not going to be left feeling upbeat or warm and fuzzy.

Review By: chiguy17 Rating: 7 Date: 2018-10-20
Admittedly conflicted
I have to admit that my rating is conflicted between the quality of the film (the caliber of the acting and directing), and the enjoyment/watchability of the film itself. It was superbly acted and directed – exhibited by the fact that recognizable actors blended seamlessly with their characters and eliciting sincere feelings of contempt and sympathy. However, it was not an easy film to watch. Again, I think that’s a testament to the talent of the artists involved.

I do think it should be required viewing for psychology students – unfortunately this film was released after my college years.

As another reviewer stated, I really would have liked to have seen more about the final repercussions: how it affected the participants once the study was over (one would imagine some could have been left with PTSD, if only short term). In fact the film was so immersive and believable that I wondered if any of the actors fell victim to the same tendencies as the original participants and got a little lost in their roles.

I had to go online to see if there were any legal or professional repercussions for Dr. Philip Zimbardo or any of the other parties involved. The post-notes at the end of the film could have been a bit more comprehensive, as I believe there were certain practices/rules put in place for psychological studies as a direct result of this experiment (among them being the establishment of the National Research Act as well as the creation of the Institutional Review Board).

So, yes, I would definitely recommend watching this movie with the caveat that you’re not going to be left feeling upbeat or warm and fuzzy.

Review By: chiguy17 Rating: 7 Date: 2018-10-20

Other Information:

Original Title The Stanford Prison Experiment
Release Date 2015-07-17
Release Year 2015

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 2 min (122 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 643557
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Biography, Drama, History, Thriller
Director Kyle Patrick Alvarez
Writer Tim Talbott, Philip Zimbardo (based on the book “The Lucifer Effect”)
Actors Billy Crudup, Michael Angarano, Moises Arias, Nicholas Braun
Country USA
Awards 4 wins & 3 nominations.
Production Company Coup d'Etat Films, Vineyard Point Productions
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1 (one scene), 2.35 : 1
Camera Red Epic Dragon, Panavision Primo and Leica Leitz Lenses
Laboratory LightIRON Digital, Los Angeles (CA), USA (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

The Stanford Prison Experiment 2015 123movies
The Stanford Prison Experiment 2015 123movies
The Stanford Prison Experiment 2015 123movies
Original title The Stanford Prison Experiment
TMDb Rating 6.9 711 votes

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