A woman walks around a boys locker room and we get to see boys in various stages of undress.
A man and a woman kiss: she is wearing a bra and pants.
A woman opens her top to two cops to show that she isnt armed. Nothing is shown.
The camera focuses on a woman’s cleavage while she is bent over, working.
There is absolutely no male or female nudity in the movie.
A man and a woman flirt on the telephone, making sexual remarks to each other.
A man makes a comment about how a man walked in school with a dick drawn on his face
A man talks about having a part of his penis “pulled” and that it cost him $5.00.
A man makes a crude sexual remark about another man’s sister.

Many men are forced to take off their shirts in the bank it is not for sexual reasons and its just that much
A woman wears a bra and panties and run through a bank, the scene is not sexual and it end in a couple of seconds as she is chased by the killers
A man makes a comment about how a woman had a three some with two of her friends


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


“Insider” is a story of theft and truth. After reading some film reviews, I found that some places were misread. Let me solve my doubts.

1、 The robber finally gave up the diamond?

Of course the robbers didn’t give up the diamonds! Just gave up the biggest ring! When the robber opened the safe for the first time, there were many small black bags in addition to documents and rings. These were scattered diamonds. Finally, when Denzel opened the safe, there was only ring in it, and the documents and loose diamonds were taken away. Isn’t it such a loose diamond that the robbers gave Denzel?

2、 What’s that hole digging all the time?

Some say it’s to hide diamonds, others say it’s to get away. Please, this is not Shawshank’s redemption. There’s no time to dig a tunnel. In fact, it’s very simple. It’s directly explained in the film. This is a pit! The real pit is convenient for cliff. Otherwise, if he urinates everywhere, there will be a stench and arouse suspicion.

3、 Since it was for money, why did the robber take the documents?

The robbers themselves admitted that they were not martyrs, but for money, so they didn’t take the documents to expose the old banker. Just think about it. If the robbers expose it, it’s easy to expose their identity. Then why take the documents? Because he wanted to contain and blackmail the old man, Judy foster could use his internal relations to end the case. Because the police know that there must be robbers among the hostages, because all the people who ran out were arrested and the bank was thoroughly searched (except cliff hiding in the mezzanine), it will inevitably reveal the truth if the case is not closed and the trial continues. The most important thing is that the old man can also be restrained in the future. The old man will not investigate these personal property losses. They can enjoy these diamonds without worry.

4、 Why leave ring for money?

Leaving ring is the masterstroke of this film, because it is not planned by the robbers!! Why is it unplanned? Finally, after cliff got out of the bank and got on the bus, Another robber was surprised: “Where is it?” means that their original plan was to take away ring together. Why did cliff change his plan? Because Denzel was the variable of the robbery. The robbers didn’t expect to meet such a good sheriff who was honest, smart and not afraid of power. They originally wanted to take advantage of the banker’s weakness to make a lot of money from him, and didn’t intend to make a real profit To make his scandal public. However, cliff’s several dialogues and exchanges with Denzel changed his original intention. Cliff thought Denzel had the courage and ability to overthrow the banker, so he left ring to Denzel as evidence to overthrow the banker. Therefore, cliff said, “trust me, I left it in good hands”, that is, he believed Denzel was a reliable person and could trace a result, And leave a clue “follow the ring”.

5、 Why is this film called inside man? Who is inside?

My understanding is that the inside man in this film refers to those who hide inside and manipulate and implement hidden rules. There are one set of rules inside and another set outside, so it is called inside man. It is mainly represented by bankers, Judy foster and the mayor. These people have regarded themselves as elites, who think they control the operation of society and master the resources behind the scenes, while the civilians are ignorant outsiders, only they are in the Bureau. Judy foster even helped bin Laden’s nephew buy a house because he could handle big and small affairs through relationships; Bankers believe that they can solve anything with money, including hiring Judy, a “wide way” person, including doing charity to wash themselves, and even ignorant that he can meet the robbers’ requirements for a plane; The mayor obviously had something in Judy’s hands, so he repeatedly met his requirements and used his position to put pressure on detective Denzel and arrange Judy to deal with the case. These people are insiders. They think they can trample on the ideals of small people and walk on the edge of the law. But what about the final result? These so-called “insiders” were fooled by the “little people” in their eyes! The banker was exposed by the robbers and caught by the police; Judy repeatedly showed her contempt for Denzel in her words. She was very strong even in the face of the mayor and bankers. She felt she could do anything. Finally, she was not speechless in the face of Denzel’s evidence. It turns out that these insiders are just arrogant villains! This irony of the so-called “elite” is the essence of this film. So this film is named after inside man, a naked irony

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