The Stanford Prison Experiment


Action / Biography / Drama / History / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 85%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 6.9 10 26554


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Ezra Miller as Daniel Culp / 8612
Olivia Thirlby as Dr. Christina Maslach
Billy Crudup as Dr. Philip Zimbardo
Michael Angarano as Christopher Archer
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ondefinieerbaremeuk 4 / 10

The German version is better

Although this version is not bad, it still has this "American Hollywood" vibe.

There is a German version from 2001 (I don't know if this is the first movie ever made from he book) which I like better. The American version is a little bit "to clean" to my taste. The German version has a more realness to the movie.

It also stars a great actor, Moritz Bleibtreu, who also plays in Lola Rent. If you haven't seen it, SEE IT!

Reviewed by blapple90 10 / 10

What the Stanford?

The fact that this actually happened at a college, and Stanford nonetheless, just blows me away. Such an interesting story about what happens when people are put into a situation like this. Awesome movie

Reviewed by gavin6942 8 / 10

The Lucifer Effect

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.

Anyone who has taken a psychology course is familiar with this experiment, or at least the summary version of it. When put in a position of authority, people become the role they are given. The prisoners likewise become more and more like the role they are portraying. This in itself is interesting, but is only the surface.

This film gets into the deeper story that the textbooks tend to gloss over: the nudity, sexual humiliation, violence to the point of torture. How the heck Zimbardo and the school did not get sued into oblivion is beyond me.

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