The LA Times has reviewed "Inside Out," the new WWE Studios film which opens today. The following is an excerpt from the review:
"Inside Out," the latest air-sucking stranglehold on genre moviemaking from World Wrestling Entertainment presents itself as a redemption tale about an ex-con (Paul "Triple H" Levesque) getting mixed up in criminality when the healing love of an old flame (Parker Posey) and her teenage daughter are so tantalizingly close.
It's truly hard to tell whether director Artie Mandelberg and lawyer-turned-screenwriter Dylan Schaffer are being serious or tongue-in-cheek about the movie's many deaths, the tax-evasion story line, all the talk about pickle-making (AJ's post-prison career dream), a maniacal Eastern European female goon and Posey's disinterested line readings." You can read the full review by clicking on the above link.