Inception (2010) review

Synopsis: In a world where technology exists to enter the human mind through dream invasion, a single idea within one's mind can be the most dangerous weapon or the most valuable asset. What can I say, other than Inception is definitely unlike any other film I've ever seen. Some may have thought there were similarities with the 1999 sci-fi, The Matrix. Understandable that people are thinking this, seeing as both films involve the characters in the film delving into a universe where things aren't real. Moving on. What was interesting about Inception was that there wasn't one moment in the entire 148 minutes where I found myself waiting for something to happen. Every moment of the film was full of utterly engaging sequences, one noteworthy example that stood out from the film was the zero-gravity lobby scene. Everything about this scene was amazing, and didn't slow down at any point. The final 30 minutes or so were definitely the high points of Inception. The constant back-and-forth shots during this segment of the film were especially effective, providing an extra kick to the already fast-paced action that was taking place. Each of the cast members delivered memorable performances, especially Gordon-Levitt and DiCaprio. Both had their shining moments, but one that comes to mind is DiCaprio sitting on the window ledge witnessing a suicide; the sheer power and emotion he displayed was incredible. Inception was an experience like any other, Christopher Nolan has, once again, outdone himself. 8.5/10 Kazed


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