A fantastic heist-thriller that captures the tenor of NYC in a way few films achieve.
almost 3 years
Very interesting, but stretched out too much to enjoy the genius.
A great crime film with entertaining twists and turns.
over 3 years
Great film on many levels. Unexpected heist film, no real bad guy, but clear good guys.
A pretty decent bank robbery film. I just wish it was the 90 min it deserved, not 2.2 hrs.
Inside Man is a 2006 crime-drama film directed by Spike Lee. It stars Denzel Washington, Clive Owen, Willem Dafoe and Jodie Foster. The film's screenplay was written by Russell Gewirtz and produced by Brian Grazer. It was released in North America and several European markets on March 23 and 24, 2006.
The film was shot on location in New York City and features an expansive and diverse ensemble cast. In addition to being a cerebral crime thriller, the film handles issues of good and evil in unexpected sources, corruption, prejudice, multiculturalism in United States (and New York City in particular), and leaves several interpretations of right and wrong open to the audience.
The film begins in medias res with Dalton Russell (Clive Owen) narrating his plight in the confines of an undisclosed cell, musing about the difference between a cell and a prison. Shortly afterwards, he begins in narration to describe the "perfect" plan for a bank robbery.
The robbery begins in flashback as...