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Outside In

Outside In is a movie starring Edie Falco, Jay Duplass, and Kaitlyn Dever. An ex-con struggling to readjust to life in his small town forms an intense bond with his former high school teacher.

Running Time
1 hours 49 minutes
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Lynn Shelton
Jay Duplass, Lynn Shelton
Edie Falco, Kaitlyn Dever, Jay Duplass, Ben Schwartz
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An ex-con struggling to readjust to life in his small town forms an intense bond with his former high school teacher.

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This is a well made movie about two adults in high school and how their lives change as they get older. I think the film's good because it shows how when one person grows older, the other one also grows older. I thought the chemistry between Jack Black and Angelina Jolie was great as they were both really good actors. It is a really good movie that you should watch.

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Wayne Harvey

I know that I am in the minority here, but I think this is the best movie I have seen this year. It's not as smart as "Being John Malkovich", but it is also not as scary as "Requiem for a Dream". And it is in the same league as "Crimson Peak". I've been waiting to see this for a long time, and when I finally got the chance to see it, I was amazed. When I first saw the previews for it, I was excited because I thought it would be really scary, and I thought the concept of being in a "connection" with the characters and the audience was really interesting. Well, that is exactly what it is, a scary movie with a brilliant concept. I was so scared that I practically put my hand over my eyes, and that made me cry. The acting was really good. It is really hard to find actors that can act these days. I didn't know how good Jason Bateman was until I saw this movie. I thought he was just really great, and he did a great job, especially with his comedy. However, his performance as Mikey was perfect. It was really creepy, and it made me feel scared and sad. Some people might think that I'm crazy because I think that this is one of the best movies I have seen this year, but I don't think I've seen a better one. If you want to see something really unique, I highly recommend it. But it is definitely not for everyone, and some people might get very scared when they see it.

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There's a good story and it works, the acting is good, the camera work is good, the location is well-captured. But it was a bit lacking in the screenplay. I thought that some of the scenes where not very well done, and some scenes where so-so. It was a good movie, but not one that is worth your money.

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Amber Hall

I am of the opinion that films based on old/legendary novels are, more often than not, the best type of films. They tend to be better written, better acted, and more stylish. They usually appeal more to the movies/TV/cartoon crowd, and are, therefore, far more worthy of all the praise they get. Unfortunately, the same goes for films based on classics, and they usually fail. However, this film is worth your while. The story, if you want to call it that, is that of the young protagonist's daughter, who is raised by her alcoholic, yet beautiful, father, who is currently living in the countryside. A very, very happy family is led by the "hippie" dad, who is of course the biggest dope in the group. After a summer spent away from his young daughter, the old guy comes back to help raise her. The problems begin immediately. The daughter, who is now seventeen, begins to act like a teen, and a very rebellious one at that. The dad, who has always been a fairly decent father, has a major problem with that. He wants his daughter to be "normal", and "grown up", so he and the other older members of the family start to do everything they can to try to change that. Eventually, the dad takes his daughter to "prostitute" school. And after a few months of constant weed-smoking, he has been forced to take a vacation. And, when he gets back to the daughter's home, he is more than ready to put his wife and daughter to work. Needless to say, things don't go well. Some of the worst scenes I've ever seen in a film are featured in this film. The weed-smoking, all-night bong-smoking, at-home-teaching, 16-year-old-girl-in-a-clothes-shop-scene, and so on. The father, who is a "straight" man, has some minor problems with his daughter's behaviour. It's also nice to see a woman of some quality in the film, who has a serious relationship with her husband. At least they have their own daughter to look after. I do have one problem with this film. The father, played by Willem Dafoe, is no Peter Lorre. I thought he was a bit over the top, and his acting was not very convincing. But, he was still good. His performance is the only thing that would bring this film to the bottom of the heap. But, this is not to say that the film isn't worth your time. It is a very interesting and thought-provoking film. You may very well agree with my assessment of this film. It is a shame that it has never been made into a film. This would be a perfect film to be shown to young children, who wouldn't get scared by the sex, drug-using, boozing, and so on, but still enjoy a good, solid film. Enjoy the film, and try not to go on about it too much. Because, that's what this film is, a film.

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Kathryn F.

I know from experience that most of the time that reviewers will list out all the negatives and give positive reviews to their favourite film. This is an exception. This movie is so original that it deserves to be in the top 250. It's got everything. It's got three very different sub-genres that aren't for everyone. It's got a ton of great jokes. It's got great acting. The film is about the friends' lives after high school. It's a story of those who are in their 20's who go through a major transition, but just as they transition into their 30's, they are getting older and they are not quite sure what they want to do in life. It's a story of the new generation. It's got a lot of touching moments and it's got a great twist. It's got the heart of an actor. It's got great direction. The acting was excellent. The direction was great. The story was great. It was beautifully written and it was brilliantly acted. I just wish that there was a little more. I know that I'll watch this movie again and again. I'm not a great fan of Jeff Bridges but he was good. He was very good and he was the main character. Also, Josh Hutcherson was very good in the role of Jamie. Michael Angarano was great as Bobby. He was a great new character that had the classic "guy next door" kind of attitude. I really liked this movie and I'm glad that I watched it.

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Bobby M.

Some time back I saw this movie. I haven't watched it for a long time. It was that I was tired of the bad reviews I got for it. And I was in a mood for some new movies. And I happened to be at home with nothing to do. And when I came back home I watched this movie. The result is something like that. A story about a couple and their lives and their problems. And, oh! I didn't know what to expect. I didn't expect a good movie. But I was pleasantly surprised. The movie tells a story of a lonely young man in the course of an long life. His wife has died. He doesn't have any friends. He is lonely. But he has his job, he has his dreams and he has his love. And he doesn't know how to take care of it. A man like that doesn't go unnoticed by everyone. And that is why his stories start to grow. We can see the loneliness in him. The loneliness in his wife. The loneliness in his own mind. The loneliness in his children. And the loneliness of the whole world. That is why the movie ends with a comment about the little world. A comment about the little people. A comment about the world that doesn't know who he is. A comment about the loneliness and the little world. And the ending is very very good. What I can say about this movie is: a movie that is truly unique, for it's movie. I think it is for me that it's a masterpiece. I never got bored of it. I don't like the songs, but I really love the film. I don't know what to say about it. I have not seen any other movie like this before. The movie is really unique. So, this movie is for you.

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The most disappointing aspect of 'The Mountain Between Us' is its disjointed nature. The story is centered on a 12-year-old girl, Claire (Holly Hunter) who is one of three "young adults" to be part of an overnight family move that also includes an 8-year-old boy and an 11-year-old girl. Claire's mother, Diane (Frances McDormand) is still deeply in love with her husband and father-in-law, an alcoholic and drug-addicted former marine who is now married with a new baby and a daughter. In fact, the movie is supposedly set in Alaska, but the entire family moves to Alaska to live on a farm and they are all Native Americans. On the one hand, this is a nice touch because it gives a sense of continuity between the generations, but it also creates problems because the fact that this family has always been at odds with the Native Americans in their midst creates a confusing narrative of 'us' versus 'them.' The movie spends a lot of time taking us to Claire's very simple, traditional house in Alaska with the old photographs of the grandparents hanging on the walls and the vast, unkempt yard, and for a while it seems as though the film is focusing on these aspects. It would have been easier to let us focus on the family's struggle in Alaska and not have to worry about the way the Native Americans perceive them and their culture. As it is, the movie focuses on the family's separation and eventual reunion, but it's not clear to us why Diane has to try so hard to make her family feel at home, and it also isn't clear why the mother and daughter are such close. The movie ends with a big speech by the mother about Native Americans and the importance of respecting their culture and traditions, but for the most part the movie is so disjointed that it is hard to say why the family's culture has to be respected, or why this is the way that it has to be, and what Claire's and her friends' culture is like. It also seems that the filmmakers are concerned with including as many Native American culture lessons as possible. When one of the young boys asks about the family's "Indian culture," the mother offers an explanation that sounds quite ethnic-sounding: "Native Americans live among other tribes and they talk like them." So we have the mother speaking in a way that is totally alien to the Native American culture and adding something that the mother would not normally say. It is hard to understand why the mother is telling this story to her children, since the children are not Native American, and I don't know whether the film is attempting to make this part of the story in an attempt to justify it. One of the other problems with the film is that it is so often talking about Native American culture and language, and it makes the Native American language sound so 'subversive' that it becomes a bit of a distraction. For example, we are told that Diane has made a huge mistake by having a family in Alaska, and then later, in one scene, when the family comes back to the farm to get their things and is confronted by Native Americans, the mother says something like, "They were not as good as the grandparents," which is not only insulting to the grandparents but to the whole Native American culture. The film tries to offer some insight into Native American culture, but in doing so, it ignores the context of the movie itself, so it is hard to understand what the filmmaker was trying to do with this. We do learn some interesting things about the children, but when they are in Alaska, there is so much dialogue that we are constantly repeating what is being said in Alaska, and we feel like we are talking to someone who is not Native American. The main reason that this movie is so bad is that it doesn't really try to explain what it wants to be. In the end, the film seems like a tongue-in-cheek document of a bitter family's struggle, but at the same time, it's also a long and detailed look at the difficulties that Native Americans face, and it fails to offer us a solid answer as to why we should care about them. It seems like the film wanted to make the audience care about the family but it just doesn't know what it wants to be, and it doesn't know how to explain its themes to us. I don't think this movie is a great example of what to do when making a Native American film, but it's a good one. The movie is at its best when

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Mary R.

In recent years I have watched a lot of films, but there are only so many scenes that a good movie can have. I don't know why, but I find it quite easy to put aside this sort of thing and simply enjoy a good movie. My two favorite films of all time are, 1) "Memoirs of a Geisha", and 2) "The English Patient". They are just two of my all-time favorites of cinema. In recent years I have watched "Memoirs of a Geisha" again and again. It is a beautiful film, beautifully directed, acted, photographed and edited. As I watched it I was on the edge of my seat. Watching the same scene twice is a great experience, especially when the art direction is so brilliant. This film is also my favorite movie of all time for its perfect story, superb acting, beautiful photography and overall greatness. This film is a must-see.

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Roger W.

If you liked: Father of the Bride, etc, then you'll love this film. It's very original, and I was stunned by how much I enjoyed it. I loved the suspense and the fantastic music. The film is a little bit slow, but that's just the way it is. It's a family drama with very strong ideas of trust and loyalty. It is a beautifully written, beautifully acted film, with plenty of tension and action. It's a must see. It will entertain you. I also loved the little touches that make it so very memorable. It's a real treat to watch. The first time I watched it, I didn't want to see it again. But when I did, I loved it so much I bought it on DVD! (it's worth it)

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I can't understand what people are saying about this film, it was very well made, well acted, well written and the direction was solid. It was very moving, I cried, it really was a well-crafted piece of art. The biggest complaint I have about this film is the length, it was a very moving movie but that is the only thing that seems to keep people from giving it an 8. This is a film that should be seen by everyone and everyone should be able to relate to the characters in the story. When they left the house they became one with each other. The scenes they shared were beautifully written and not just scenes of them crying and walking and talking about the dead. The movie was very well crafted and I hope people go see it because it deserves it. I can't believe that I would give this film an 8, if I did I would give it a 9 but I feel that it deserves to be a 9.

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I must admit that I was a little disappointed with the ending of "A Walk To Remember". In particular, I didn't quite understand what was going on. But, it was a nice, simple ending. When I watched it, I thought that this movie was going to end at something like the end of "The Four Musketeers", with everyone going off to their respective places to find their own fates, but it ended more like the end of "The Three Musketeers". The movie is not just about Jack Sparrow, but about everything that happens to him. I'm a big fan of "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies, and it's my favorite movie. But, the movie that is tied to that franchise is "A Walk to Remember". I felt that this movie was more of a cross between "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy", "The Ballad of Jack and Rose", and "The Pirates of Penzance". I loved the music in the movie. I also liked the characters. I liked the music and I thought that some of the music was really good. I would recommend this movie to everyone who has not seen it. I am sure that you will enjoy it. My Rating: 8/10.

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Deborah C.

This movie is a beautiful example of how not to create a movie. The acting, the music, the direction, the cinematography. the list is endless. It's not for everyone. I can't stand too much fantasy and love in a movie. But this movie was great. If you enjoy music and movies with a great and beautiful plot. you will love this movie. It is true to life and what people should want to see in a movie. I recommend it to anyone that likes to get away from their world. Not only for the story itself, but the music and the cinematography. It is also nice to see the actors that are involved with this movie. Some of them were even amazing in their own right. It's hard to find a movie that has a strong and true story but at the same time is not over the top and cliche. I think this movie fits into that category. It's about a girl and her relationship with her parents and the love she has for her father and the family she's growing up with. I like the fact that it is the end of the story and there is no really resolution to the relationship. The last scene of the movie really makes the whole story come together. It is also a movie about the fact that we don't always get what we want, and what we have in life doesn't always make sense. The movie ends on a strong note, even if the ending isn't. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone that wants to see something with a good plot, a strong and meaningful plot, and a great and beautiful story. I give this movie 8/10.

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With the wonderful Blair witch project, the disturbing history of witches, and a list of top tier horror and thriller directors, one is bound to be expecting a great film. However, these filmmakers often fail in this area. To tell the truth, the film I think that the most scary thing about this film is not the actual film itself but that it's even more frightening than the actual film. There is a period of time in the film where the film is very slow. At times you feel that the film is boring. But there are also other scenes that really are moving and inspiring. The most terrifying scene in the film was when she (Jennifer Lawrence) kills her husband (Sean Penn) by falling into a boiling lake with a nail gun, and her statement is when she states that she will not give up her husband, she will make him an example of how a woman should not live and he will live on to be a monster. If you were able to find this movie, do yourself a favor and watch it. It is truly a unique film and the audience was brought to a new level of emotion after watching it.

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Jeffrey Marshall

This is a very well done movie that is not that much in the way of what you might expect from it, but that's what it is. It was an interesting piece of work that left me thinking about how my life might be without the work I have done. I recommend this movie to people who enjoy a good movie, but are also happy to see people who have to go through their own struggles and still manage to be happy. This movie is very well done, and not at all what I would call "cheesy", which is something that it sometimes was to me. There were some parts of the movie that just didn't work for me, like when the characters were speaking about the girl with the large rack, and it wasn't until after that it occurred to me that it was actually the girl who had a small rack (whats it called again? a big one, I think) who was the main character. It seemed that they were trying to be funny, but it just didn't work. So if you get it at a cheap price on DVD, and you like this type of movie, I recommend it. My rating: 8/10

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William Perkins

This film is a very important film for all gay people to watch. Being the first film to be shown on TV in the UK in its entirety, it has also had a profound effect on me. It is an important film to show to children about the war and the warring homosexuals who caused the war. It was a great pleasure to see this film in its entirety on the BBC. It is also a good film to watch as an adult, as it teaches important life lessons. Many films show children the evils of war but this film teaches a child about the war.

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Jesse Peters

This movie is a good example of how to use people as the means for transforming the power and influence of a person. It shows how the people affected are willing to do any sacrifices to have a better life. The main character - Nick represents a rather naive person, yet he takes the responsibility of making the sacrifices. The main problem of the movie is that it lacks a perfect ending. It was a nice movie and you should watch it. Some people are looking for a perfect ending so i suggest you to look at the movie and see if there is a perfect ending.

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Gary S.

I have seen most of the movies by Mahesh Babu since 1992. He is an extremely talented actor. In one of his movies, "Kazanjhi", he really proved himself. I would definitely recommend this movie to all of my friends. It is well written, directed, acted, etc. My recommendation is to watch it. I am also trying to catch up with the others in this movie. Go for it.

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Scott Green

This film is, without a doubt, the best film about friendship and camaraderie I have seen to date. I'm definitely a little biased because it is my favorite movie by far, but I truly believe it is the best movie ever made about friendship and camaraderie. What I think really makes this film work is how it presents friendship in a non-revealing, non-sexy, non-surreal way. The film is not about camaraderie per se, but about camaraderie and friendship in general. In the end, the camaraderie between the main characters is all that matters. This movie is so good because of how it builds camaraderie and friendship from a character standpoint. I was reminded of a similar film that I would recommend called Meet the Parents. In that film, Michael Cera plays a guy who is the perfect guy and doesn't want to admit that he's a geeky kid. He does have his moments of awkwardness, but he's an extremely intelligent and strong person who still can't quite fit in with the geeky crowd. I thought that movie was a great example of how friendship can really come down to how you relate to each other. It's something that a lot of guys may struggle with and one of the things that really helps the movie work is that it never talks down to the audience. No one ever says that 'I want a girl to talk to my friend, but I'm afraid of her.' And in the end, it's not about the relationship that they build with each other, it's about the relationship that they make with each other. The movie really shows this through the interaction between the main characters. Although, when the film was first released, people were very negative about it because it wasn't funny, it wasn't a love story, and it wasn't for guys. But as time goes on, people have become a lot more tolerant about it, and I believe that's a reflection of how the movie has developed. The movies don't have to be funny, romantic, or even relationship orientated to be really good. It is a very good movie because it is based on how camaraderie and friendship really can help us make the best of our lives, and how we can make the most of life. To quote Ren, 'So far, we've been good. Now let's see if we can get outta here.'

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Martha B.

The Last Princess was a refreshing change for many of us from the time that we grew up with the Disney Princess films. My daughter got this DVD when we watched the Disney Animated Adventure. It was my first time watching a film with an audio commentary. I really enjoyed it. It is a simple story of a princess and her two siblings. The film is narrated by "the emperor" and the two princesses are the princesses "Rose" and "Rose". The princesses are a young and growing up "Rose" and a "tame" and being a princess "Rose". They live in a castle but have to move out because of "the emperor" and his army. There is a cliffhanger and it leaves you wondering what will happen next. This movie is very similar to Alice in Wonderland. I really enjoyed this film. I did not like the Disney films from the Disney Animated Adventure but this film is different from other films. This film is the closest that I have seen to the fairy tales of the Disney Princess films. I am a big fan of the Disney films from the Disney Animated Adventure and I thought this film was a great addition to the Disney Animated Adventure.

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Bryan B.

I recently caught this on HBO late last year. I had seen the trailer several times and had heard about it, so I looked it up on IMDb and was pleasantly surprised. Not only did I like the premise, but I actually enjoyed this movie. In fact, I bought the DVD for myself. I thought it was very well done, and I really liked how it was framed and structured. The only reason I'm giving it an 8 is because it is pretty slow and could have been cut by 20-30 minutes. However, for what it was, I found it to be an above average movie. I especially liked the fact that it was told from the point of view of a 13 year old. It was very interesting to see how the two parents, the young boy and his parents, saw the situation and the events that occurred. I also thought the movie was very well shot and looked very nice, and I loved the cinematography. This is definitely a movie I will be watching again. It's very enjoyable and shows a wide range of emotions from someone who's not really a teenager. All in all, this is a well-made film that is worth seeing.

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Rebecca S.

Seems like this is a good movie for people who want to be wowed. Some of the scenes are good, the main character is a bit likeable. And the cast is great! The chemistry is amazing. The music is a nice touch, I love the hip-hop music. The cinematography is very impressive. The movie will make you think about how we treat our neighbors. It's a good movie to sit down and watch. If you are into real-life documentaries and you like to see how people actually live in these very similar communities. I highly recommend it. Go see it!