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Current Rating: 4.20

Current Rating: 4.20

based on 5552 votes and 240 reviews

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  • Silly. One of those crime caper movies where the crooks devise a scheme that is too clever by half. Hard to believe a scheme like this would work, and one character's comment that no crime was committed indicates a writer who is either ignorant of the law or fudging facts. Highly overrated.
  • I GIVE THE MOVIE A 4*....I LIKED THIS MOVIE VERY MUCH SPECIALLY THE END ...THE ONLY THING IS THAT IT WAS A LITTLE TOO LONG
  • Amazing movie! Very clever and it kept me at the edge of my seat. Loved the characters especially Clive Owen`s character because he played it so well and so did Denzal Washington. Loved the ending. An amazing Spike Lee film. 5/5
  • Not as good as I was expecting. What a superb cast and a total waste of Jodi Foster`s talent. That role was silly and could have been played by anyone. I`m not much for a movie that jumps from past to present..but that`s just my opinion.
  • Excellent movie. I loved the surprise ending.
  • Clive Owens steals the show from Denzel (no mean feat at any time).Lots of twists and turns,as good as "The Usual Suspects" if not better.Well worth the price of admission.
  • Great film that nevers leaves you bored.
  • Intrigue. Mystery. But mostly the same old stuff a lot of show are made of. Nice cast though.
  • This was an excellent movie. It is only too bad that it could not do the whole thing without swearing. I don`t think an action movie has been made that was good as this in the last five years.
  • Very good

Inside Man

Genre:  Thriller | Running Time:  129 min.
Release date:  March 24, 2006 | On DVD/VOD:  August 8, 2006

Current rating: Rating: 4.20
based on 5552 votes and 240 reviews
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Cast: Denzel Washington, Clive Owen, Jodie Foster, Christopher Plummer, Willem Dafoe, Chiwetel Ejiofor