Closed Circuit

IMDb Rating 6.2 10 20


Downloaded 177,569 times
April 15, 2019



Anne-Marie Duff as Margaret
Eric Bana as Narrator
Julia Stiles as Young Nana's Friend
Rebecca Hall as Tina
720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
751.20 MB
23.976 fps
96 min
P/S N/A / N/A
1.43 GB
23.976 fps
96 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Rodrigo Allegretti Artioli 6 / 10 / 10

Missed somethings

Conspiracy theories. Espionage. Terrorist acts. All this is present in the film Closed Circuit. What are not present are depth in theories developed by the characters and explanations of crucial details of the film. Starring Eric Bana and Rebecca Hall, the film shows us a little of the British judicial system. This is perhaps one of the biggest flaws of the script. The lack of explanation of how this system works and how it is structured, does not allow us to get into the story, just accept what is shown. About the actors, Eric Bana is what to be expected for those who have seen his films. In contrast, Rebecca Hall shows the same talent seen in The Prestige (2006) and The Town (2010). Jim Broadbent gives us another opportunity to see his gift, even in fast appearances during a 90-minute film. The film wants to leave the place where it started, however the lack of surprising elements in the script makes everything back to the beginning. This is the same path that follows the protagonist throughout the story.

Reviewed by Dan Gao 5 / 10 / 10


When I waste time like this, I always rush to the "Hated it" reviews to bathe it the warmth of shared derision. But this time MY GOD PEOPLE! no wonder you believe Hillary kills people!? The problem with this movie is not the acting or pacing or cinematography or romance based on home-wrecking. It's the utterly silly setup. For reasons that are unclear the establishment is bent on conducting a show trial, with a culprit/victim who for reasons that are unclear is willing to go along with it, perhaps because his family for reasons that are unclear wants him to. So they manipulate things to assign a couple of compromised defense lawyers to handle the public and in camera portions of the trial. But the lawyers press on so the secret service starts murdering people to avoid some horrifically inept bungling coming to light... Um okay. Turns out 1 in 10 Brits is a member of MI5, so there is no need for CCTV, which doesn't play any part despite the would be eponymous title. This reaches a climax when our heroes must escort a teenage witness to the court. For no reason they seem to think the court is some kind of magic sanctuary... Anyway, this gut wrenching sequence plays out by the protagonists shouting "Hey look over there!" then walking to the courthouse. Where upon MI5 figures out the obvious solution and the movie thankfully ends. Er except for a coda with the lawyers acting like the sluts they are...

Reviewed by wildblueyonder 5 / 10 / 10

Meh.... it was OK

bing an IT guy... I generally go in for this sort of thing. I mean, it was OK.... but lots of cliche's, some fairly wooden acting. Not really necessarily a tremendous amount of suspense. I guess the real shame of it was, as a few of the reviewers have already noted, quite a bit to work with. There was clearly a good budget, there was a good story line, and it all was ... decent. But just couldn't help thinking that there was so much more in there and the whole movie was, well, meh..

Read more IMDb reviews


Be the first to leave a comment