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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, Jack (Michael Rapaport) a high-strung low-level mobster. Now released, AJ wants nothing more than to start a small business and live a life free of crime. Unfortunately, within hours of leaving prison, Jack involves AJ in an accidental shooting leaving a man dead. When Jack's father, local mob boss Dr. Vic (Bruce Dern), hears the news he wants the mess cleaned up, and fast. With the authorities hot on his trail, Jack is now forced to skip town.… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 25%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"If many of the script's circumstances seem a bit too convenient, Mandelberg's direction provides a cavalier "what next?" verve that invites incongruity."
‑ Ronnie Scheib, Variety
"Shooting for stoic, Mr. Levesque only delivers inert. And the plot devolves into a tangle of dithering story lines."
‑ Daniel M. Gold, New York Times
"Barely workmanlike domestic drama by a lawyer-turned-screenwriter and a TV producer-director, each making their first feature-a vehicle for pro wrestler Triple H as an ex-con."
‑ Frank Lovece, Film Journal International
"I can say with only a little irony that Triple H acts Parker Posey off the screen."
‑ Chuck Bowen, Slant Magazine
"Loyalties are tested and Scorsese ripped off until audiences may feel as if they're in a movie deathlock."
‑ Joe Neumaier, New York Daily News
"As bloated as its star's pectoral muscles and as lastingly resonant as any random episode of SmackDown."
‑ Andrew Schenker, Time Out New York
"How about we put our money together and hire someone to write Levesque, Posey and White a script that doesn't feel like a USA Network action show reject?"
‑ Chris Hewitt (St. Paul), St. Paul Pioneer Press
"Setting the instantaneous zany mood is Rapaport, a Big Easy bottom feeder gangster rambling about bad karma and how 'Jesus died so we could all be assholes.' Then toss in Dern's bad parenting medical maniac, for a truly pickled thriller."
‑ Prairie Miller, NewsBlaze
"A nonsensical, thickly plotted gumbo..."
‑ Lou Lumenick, New York Post
"A scattershot throwback that steals elements from seedy '70s character studies, disreputable '80s vigilante flicks, even street-tough allegories from the '30s, Inside Out also dances to the confidently unhurried beat of its own drum."
‑ Eric Hynes, Village Voice
"I have no idea what happened in Inside Out. None."
‑ Christopher Null,
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