Josh Weinstein, the new intern, is exceedingly nervous on his first day at BTC Getaways, a travel agency. It doesn't help that his friend Al, the last intern at BTC Getaways, disappeared a few months earlier. Before long Josh learns that his new work environment is even more disturbing than he imagined. His boss, Mr. G., is rude and manipulative. Worse still, he seems to be a drug-addicted womanizer with a violent streak. Josh's co-workers Don and Dick try to convince him all is running normally. Meanwhile, Connie, Josh's alluring co-worker, adroitly seduces him. When Josh gets to know how twisted his co-workers are, and what kind of cult they really operate, he tries to flee. But it is too late. The group holds Josh hostage and force him to participate in an absurd initiation ritual. And yet crazier even than their inhumane practices are the layers of deceptions behind it all. —Matt Nagin
All the best humor is political and this film is no exception
All the best humor is political and this film is no exception. It's both slapstick and subtle, dark and yet silly, and disturbingly unpredictable. It has all the elements of the best midnight movies--I was reminded of the films of John Waters more than once. Inside Job is a conspiracy within a conspiracy, and a unique, timely tale of our modern world where nothing is what it seems.
- Mar 17, 2017
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