The I Inside details
|Starring:||Piper Perabo, Stephen Rea, Sarah Polley, Ryan Phillippe|
|Director:||Roland Suso Richter|
The I Inside
|Run time:||1 hour 27 minutes|
|Rental release:||Limited availability|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Clever and classyBy dalostprophet (8 reviews) from Edinburgh , 30 Mar 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]With a great cast and an interesting idea this film has an instant attraction for anyone looking for a thriller with something a bit different. It is shot beautifully and acted superbly, with Phillipe coming out with another multi-layered performance (see Way of the Gun for another). Although it is easy to write this off as being confusing it is better to say that it warrants a second viewing, which lets face it not a lot of thrillers/dramas do these days.
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Customer ReviewBy a customer from UK , 23 Jun 2008This film is similar to Identity, written by the same writer. So if you liked that you'll like this as it follows the same sort of X-Files type puzzler where not all the pieces are laid out for you and you have to fit it all together yourself - like the jigsaw on the cover.
Good Movie!By Balham (102 reviews) from London , 11 May 2008Once again Ryan Phillipe proves once again what a fine actor he is in this cleverlly constructed thriller, whick keeps you guessing & holds the attention throughout. Highly recommended.
badBy Katarzyna Kowal from Scotland , 16 Jul 2007My friends told me that if I like Butterfly effect I would love this film.
I was really dissapointed because there is no comparison between those two films.
Momento meets Butterfly EffectBy a customer from South Yorkshire , 23 Apr 2007This is Momento meets Bufferfly Effect but gets lost in the middle. the plot is slightly hard to follow but not impossible but the film spends too long trying to explain itself, jumping backwards and forwards between the present and a possible future. The ending is none existant too, leaving big holes in the plot and an explained charactor, shame because I like the actors and this type of plot.
DisappointingBy a customer from Liverpool , 20 Jan 2007Tries far too hard to be clever - and fails!