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Unless you want to flush 95 minutes of your life down the drain, "Out in Fifty" is certainly a movie worth missing. This is truly a mixed up mess. Scott Leet seems to be trying to perfect a Clint Eastwood imitation. Mickey Rourke comes in and out of the film only to mumble his lines, take a drink, and threaten Leet for the umpteenth time. Everyone is so self indulgent that there are zero likable characters. As for the screenplay, it is severely disjointed and quite dull. Tens of minutes seem like an eternity, with nothing of interest on the screen. In short, the movie is talky to the extreme, with shaky camera, and a so what story line. Avoid. - MERK
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