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The I Inside (2003)

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"A man (Phillipe) awakens in a hospital not recalling the last two years as he begins to find out things from his past he discovers his ability to move from the year 2002 to the year 2000. By doing this he meets a link between the two time periods (Lang)."


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Review Date: 24 October 2005 My Rating: out of 5

 

Ryan Phillippe stars as Simon Cable a man who awakens to find that he has survived a car crash which saw him die for two minutes. He appears to be on the road to recovery only to discover that he has lost two years of his life. Simon sets out to discover what happened to him the night of his accident, as he realizes that he is living two realities; one before his accident and one after.

Leave it to Dimension to keep 'em on the shelves. This decent thriller has been gathering dust in the vaults for a few years now but I can't understand why, as it's a very well written piece of work for starters.

The cast all do good jobs, with Phillippe further proving he's not just the eye candy studio bosses wanted him to be, and the film holds your interest for the duration.

OVERALL SUMMARY
The film ends quite nicely but it occurs too quickly to be fully realized, so this is one which you will most likely have to watch more than once, which is something of a chore if you're not into multi-layered thrillers.




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