If you could go back and change just one thing... Do you know what you would change? Simon Cable knew... and did! After an accident, Simon Cable awakes in hospital suffering from amnesia. The pasttwo years have been erased, along with the details of his marriage, his brother's death and his own near fatal car crash... Simon discovers that his memory has been replaced by an amazing ability to travel back through time, which he uses to uncover the secrets of his past. Will he ever be able to piece his memory back together and solve the puzzle that exists inside his head?
Unoriginal and predictable.
- The I Inside review by Shatner's Bassoon
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The I Inside is a pretty average altered reality-time travel based thriller about a young man who wakes up in hospital after a car accident and cannot remember the past two years of his life. He soon finds he has the ability to switch between the past and the present and in turn possesses the ability to alter the future. The problem with the film is that it simply borrows bits from other films within this genre without actually bringing anything new into the mix, and despite a decent enough first half, the story develops a plot twist which pretty much kills any suspense and also the remainder of the film. If you want to see something else within this genre, with a superior story, better characters, and clever plot twists, then 'The Butterfly Effect' is a much better film!
I wasn't really expecting much, I'd heard a few bad reviews and normally a film starring Ryan Phillippe doesn't really strike you as being much cop, but surprisingly this film is cool. A fantastic, well written, acted, and directed film.