Available Quality: DivX, Hi Def
Director(s): Artie Mandelberg
IMDB Rating: 4.3
For the last thirteen years AJ (Triple H) has been behind bars, convicted of manslaughter for killing a man who intended to kill his best friend...
|Inside Out (Hi Def)||Resolution: 1920x1040 px||Total Size: 7819 Mb|
|Inside Out (DivX)||Resolution: 624x336 px||Total Size: 700 Mb|
zakfar2000 (08 May 2013)
Pretty much a peace of trash, Inside Out is an extremely boring moviethat should be among the worst movies of all time. If you have read themovie description, you somewhat know everything. A man getting out ofprison after thirteen years... interested in reforming his life... andthen messed up in an idiotic scenario... But the movie is far worsethan this description. Interestingly, it doesn't even have anything forwrestling fans, like melee fights or body figure scenes showing offHHH.I will highly recommend not to waste your time.1/10 (only because zero isn't explanatory here at IMDb).
Tony Heck (07 May 2013)
"You sir are gonna do one thing before this is over. You're gonna cleanthis whole thing up and then your gonna keep my son away from mepermanently." After 13 years AJ (Triple H) is released from prison.Meeting up with his best friend Jack (Rapaport) he is ready to starthis life over. When Jack messes up his plans AJ realizes he has onemore thing to do before he can leave his old life behind. This movie ispretty much exactly what I expected. Any movie starring a wrestlerpretty much has a built in fan base and that's what the producers counton. While this one was not as bad as some of the other wrestling moviesI have seen, this is still one that you forget as you are watching. Iwill admit this was not as cheesy as I expected though. Overall, manypeople will love this movie, I am not one of them. But I expected alittle worse. I give it a C+.Would I watch again? - No, I won't.*Also try - 12 Rounds & Tactical Force
velcrohead (07 May 2013)
I have to start out by admitting I'm a shameless WWE mark. I have yetto see a WWE film that was really all that good--"Legendary" was OK, atbest--but I keep holding out hope that the next one will be "the one."Sadly, "Inside Out" is not. The run-time is about an hour and a half, but you'll swear it's longer.The pacing is painfully slow, the scenes are mercilessly dragged out,and for a movie that claims to be an action movie, there are preciouslittle scenes of any action or intensity. It's one long conversationafter another, most of which repeats stuff which you've already beentold.The movie seems to WANT to be a psychological thriller, but it doesn'thave the writing to back it up. Let's face it, WWE writers are great atwriting promos and then letting 2 guys beat the snot out of each otherfor an hour, but not at scripting intricate plots. The film doesn'thave the acting to back it up either, which is a shame because prettymuch everyone in the cast has been in better movies and turned inbetter performances. Julie White, most notably, is out of place here.Parker Posey...it's like she wasn't even paying attention half thetime. And Bruce Dern's scenes could have been played by any actor or areasonably well trained monkey. The only acceptable acting was MichaelRappaport, who as usual was playing Michael Rappaport. Even so, I keptwanting him to just please SHUT UP. Overall, the movie is dull, predictable, and the big reveal about thedaughter only produced a "duh? we've known that this whole entire time"response from the viewer. If you want action, skip it. The action scenes don't total up to morethan 5 minutes of the actual film. If you want drama, there are muchbetter movies for you out there. If you want a psychological thriller,this one's brain waves have flatlined. Two hours is an awful lot oflife to lose at one time.
goatbut29 (06 May 2013)
This movie started out well enough. You know what you're getting from awrestling movie. But around the 20-30 minute area Michael mentionsdoubting the whole 'God thing' and then says, 'where was god when theyouted Valarie Plame?!'.I mean, really? Of all the things to base your doubt on God, THAT wasit?! Your bias is showing Mr. Director who im sure, is a flamingliberal, proud of it, donated the maximum to Obama and democrats,considers those that disagree with him politically as stupid or mildlyretarded, etc.Notice he did not say, 'where was God when a Noble peace prizerecipient waged an illegal war (without congressional approval-likeBush-and even less UN/Global support) against Libya?!'You just lost me. The pathetic attempt at turning off HALF of thiscountry that disagrees with your politics worked on me. Now I hopeeverything you touch falls apart and you are left to fester in your ownhatred.
Ted9Yaz8 (01 May 2013)
I must be a masochist, or perhaps an optimist because I have seen mostof the WWE Films movies and none of them are any good. Perhaps, deep inmy subconscious I think "this one will be different, this one willsurprise me" but this has yet to actually happen. Inside Out fails inways that past WWE vehicles have: there is not a hint of originality,you can predict what will happen next as you watch it, the wrestler (inthis case Paul "Triple H" Levesque) is not very good and the supportingcast phones it in.Inside out is quite frankly boring. The plot lulls you into a coma andyou'll forget about the film as you watch it. There is nothing herethat hasn't been done before and better. HHH is getting out of prison,wants to live the clean life but gets sucked in by his friend that wasthe cause of his prison stint, the friend has married HHH's love andthey have a daughter that is really HHH's...blah blah blah. As Iwatched this I began to question whether or not I suffer from ADDbecause I found it difficult to focus on.If you want to watch a good movie with a wrestler in a starring rolewatch They Live with Roddy Piper and please: don't be like me. If yousee "WWE Films" pop up on the screen don't waste your time.
varghesejunior (30 April 2013)
This is a short melodramatic film meant to be thrilling but is not atall the latter.Story-A convict released from prison tries to start a new life but soongets involved in crime again when his best friend commits a murderaccidentally.First 20 min are really boring, The storyline's very ordinary, actingis just average, the film is melodramatic, has very few action scenesand hardly any thrills, and nothing much to look forward to. Triple His average but not as good an actor as Dwayne the Rock Johnson or JohnCena.This film would not have run
dave54t (28 April 2013)
I saw the movie without reading the reviews, and I must tell you- Ifound my self interested. no big surprises in the story line, but itwas good story, one you can follow with some interest. the acting,surprisingly, was more than reasonable, even if our hero was awrestler. good thing, the story line is not based on that fact. theaction is moderate but still is there. sometimes you get actualviolence, sometime it is implied, but things work well. I don't agreewith the other reviews, blasting so hard against this movie. it is nota waste of your time- but to the contrary. Wouldn't leave everythingI'm doing for this piece, but once you got some free time, watching itis a good way to spend about 90 minutes. You can watch it and enjoy.
Underaglassbell (27 April 2013)
I watched Inside out this afternoon.Where to start, well Paul Levesque aka Tipple H was surprisingly OK inthis slightly mediocre debacle. - I think with a better cast Inside outcould well have been a lot easier to stomach.The issues came when we are introduced to Claire Small, role played byParker Posey. Absolutely hideous, from her stupid accent to just acomplete lack of acting skills. There is a scene toward the end where she is supposedly upset, and itjust looks horrible and awkward, but not in the way it shouldconsidering the situation. Essentially every scene she is in isrubbish: They should have cast her as the strange voiceless assassinplayed by Jency Griffin, a least then she wouldn't have had to speak.No, I didn't like her at all especially the fact that she had ArloJayne's child, yet never bothered to tell her daughter, who was clearlyan inquisitive person that her dad was Arlo. - He was only serving 13years, a long time yes, but it shows the selfishness / stupidity ofClaire that she let her daughter believe Jack was her father and didn'thave the foresight to think - oh wait, Jack and Arlo are best friendsand when he is released Jack is going to want to see Arlo.While they rode of into the proverbial sunset at the end, I can see herprobably sleeping with the fitness instructor or some other adulteryclichÃ©, because that is the type of character she comes off as,Horrible.Then if Claire wasn't annoying enough, you get Julie White as Martha -I don't know what the hell is going on with her character."Did you know Money from Cigarettes goes to Bin Laden". Yes, she isanother flat annoying character that should really have been played bysomeone else, because her acting was almost abhorrent as Parker Poseys.The only thing that kept the movie going was an /ok/ chemistry betweenPaul Levesque and Michael Rapaport - While Michael Rapaport might beannoying to some, he played the role and despite them being seeminglyvery different to old friends. And when Michael Rapaport died, you haveto grin and bare tedious scenes between Paul Levesque and Claire /Martha / Irena.Paul Levesque - Not bad Michael Rapaport - Not bad Bruce Dern - OK /Not badSo for a Sunday afternoon watch, where there is nothing else on, thengive it a go. But don't go out of your way to watch this and don'texpect to much and you may not want to follow Jacks lead and blow yourbrains out.Inside out for me was ruined by a boring script, and a poor cast whichmade the whole thing Ennui.5/10
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