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"Inside Job" is an enjoyable B-movie, a second feature film that is quickly and cheaply made. This is not an insult...just the style movie that it was intended to be. But despite what some thing, Bs weren't necessarily bad films...and this one definitely shows that.
When the story begins, Eddie Norton (Alan Curtis) is working as a demonstrator for a department store. However, when he's spotted by Bart Madden (Preston Foster), he's recognized as a former member of Madden's criminal gang...and Bart insists Eddie join them in their next caper. But Eddie decides to instead rob the department store himself...cutting Madden out completely. Now Eddie has the police AND an angry mobster out gunning for him.
The reason this film was enjoyable was seeing Eddie's wife (Ann Rutherford) and the plot involving the neighbor kid. It gave the film greater depth and was quite enjoyable. Not a must see but certainly a nice little time passer.
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