Cops enlisting psychics, or anyone with a supernatural power or Esp, to help solve crimes has long since become a tongue-in-cheek bit in most cop dramas. When a one tries to present the idea seriously, the threat of falling from complex drama into supernatural camp looms over every story arc and often is the final resting place. In the case of film, it just happens a lot faster because the writers compress it into a 90-minute frame. If ever InSight had a chance of avoiding that fate, it was gone within the first five minutes of the film when the protagonist, played by Natalie Zea, tries and fails to make her case for having received a clue from a murder victim who died before arriving on her operating table. From there on out InSight tries to dig itself out of that hole, but only manages to run itself further aground.
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