Inception

Inception 2010

Your mind is the scene of the crime.

Cobb, a skilled thief who commits corporate espionage by infiltrating the subconscious of his targets is offered a chance to regain his old life as payment for a task considered to be impossible: "inception", the implantation of another person's idea into a target's subconscious.



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Kevin wrote:

Wow. A perfect movie. Awesome and really complicated which leads to endless debates not only about The End but also about how you perceived and understood the whole story. The universe Nolan created is rich and thoughtful. Its rules are precisely established in the beginning. The specials effects are really cool (there is a *zero-gravity fight*, so you'd better be buying a ticket right now), the casting is really great (after Juno and Whip It, Ellen Page enters the big stage and deserves it). A little bit disappointed by Marion Cotillard performance and Hanz Zimmer's soundtrack (there is no theme you can clearly identify), but everything else is just perfect. I can't wait to watch it again, and again!

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I had no expectations about this movie: was it going to be good or bad? Not at all. Nolan is just a sheer genius. I just knew it would be awesomely awesome. He knows how to create parallel worlds and take the watcher in his crazy mind.

I bet i'm not the only one to have experienced this: at the end of the movie, every single person in the room screamed in surprise, totally astonished to feel "trapped" and surprised by Nolan. I hardly remember any other movie that have done that to a Generation.

If I had just one thing to say, I'd ask Nolan why he did not emphasize on the wallet. This f**cking magic wallet...

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Julien wrote:

I wish my dreams were orchestrated by Hans Zimmer.

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The only debate for me is this one: Why is Leo happy?

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John wrote:

The weakest link for this movie is how unidentifiable and distinct Hans Zimmer's soundtrack is.

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Ale wrote:

Not bad. I'm not sure if I liked it or not. It was... interesting.

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MrBiscotte wrote:

I'm sure a lot of people will disagree with me but I really didn't enjoy this movie. I simply couldn't believe that I'm the only one in this case,Come on ! the plot is crap, the realization is rubbish and it looks like the actor are trying too hard...

Maybe I'm an old fart, but this movie success is a complete mystery for me !

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