Double bill of WWE feature films. ‘The Chaperone’ (2011) stars Paul Michael Levesque (aka Triple H) as an ex-criminal attempting to go on the straight and narrow. Ray (Levesque) starts his new life by trying to make amends with his daughter, Sally (Ariel Winter), but is led astray by his former fellow con artists who want his help to rob a bank. Ray makes the decision to quit the job and instead act as a guardian on Sally’s school trip but, when the robbery goes wrong, his old cronies come after him and the bus full of children. In ‘Inside Out’ (2011) AJ (Levesque) is released from prison after serving a 13-year sentence for committing manslaughter in order to protect his friend Jack (Michael Rapaport), a second-rate gangster and son of local mob boss Dr. Vic (Bruce Dern). AJ plans to set up his own business and lead a life free of crime but it is not long before he finds himself once again caught up in a murder. While trying to deal with the mishap Dr. Vic finds himself being investigated by the Louisiana Tax Board and things soon get out of hand. When Jack skips town, AJ realises that his friend’s wife Claire (Parker Posey), who has a history with AJ, and daughter Pepper (Juliette Goglia) are in danger and does all he can to save them.