Hype, hype, hype, is what we have here. Why did the critics give this junk their highest ratings? It does not hold a candle to the Matrix series.
It took me a week to read Dax-Devlon Ross's review of Christopher Nolan's blockbuster, Inception. He warned the reader that it was a spoiler, and havi...
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Inception was again number one, with $43.5 million in its second weekend. That's a borderline-shocking drop of just 30%, which is almost unheard of in this day and age of mega-openers.
You can enjoy Inception in any number of ways, as action film with big brain, science fiction with multiple twists, spy flick, heist flick, love story, or simply a big budget spectacle.
Inception is a visually dazzling, exceedingly intelligent, and possibly ingenious puzzle box. But, for the first time in a Chris Nolan film, I didn't have any real emotional investment in the characters.
I conduct workshops in dream interpretation. There are no words to describe the brilliance of the plot, where you are led from one dream state to another deeper one.
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While it may be difficult to find a seat with no one on either side, that would give you room to squirm around a little to deal with the tension. See it on a big screen if at all possible.
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Unfortunately, you can not fully be told what Inception is -- you have to see it for yourself.
Christopher Nolan never tries to dumb down anything for his audience. This complexity adds to the thrill of the film but audiences are so intent on figuring out the plot that they miss the emotional content.
Inception finds Nolan once again demonstrating his unique ability to meld sprawling action sequences with psychologically provocative insight.
Nolan's ingenious film never loses its ability to surprise and contains one of those overwhelming visual moments that become iconic -- like that first shot of Darth Vader's spaceship in the first Star Wars.
Inception takes us through a meandering morass that had me looking at my watch several times throughout its overlong two hour and twenty minute length.
Inception is the most original, visually stunning and intellectually stimulating film to come across the screen in years.