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on July 15, 2016
Scratches on disc. Not even a new sealed package. At least if it's used, don't say NEW
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on June 10, 2016
Fantastic movie!
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on May 30, 2016
DiCaprio et Emily Blunt sont éblouissants. A voir
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TOP 1000 REVIEWERon May 7, 2016
Inception (2010) is a very heavy and involved psychological thriller set in a near future where a technology allows people to enter and create architecture for dreams. You can find out secret information this way, but the question is, can you plant an idea into someone's subconscious? That would be "inception".

The elaborate, central heist involves several participants played by a hyper-cool cast led by Di Caprio. After constructing dream architectures for their target, they isolate him on an airplane (ludicrously expensive to achieve) and then enter his dreams, dreams within dreams, dreams within dreams within dreams AND, due to unforeseen complications, there is even another unplanned level beyond that. Each level has it's own time-frame, such that in the deepest level, you can live a lifetime during one sleep. Strap in for some of the most spectacular and creative visuals ever seen on film - I mean really clever and mind-blowing stuff.

Everything about this film is heavy and powerful, often with feelings of paranoia, due to the blurred lines between dream and reality. The story, the visuals, the performances, the music - they all combine to make very powerful impressions upon the viewer, perhaps overwhelming for some. This is also one of the most discussed and debated films ever. After you see it, you might want to read some interpretations of the ending, perhaps on Wikipedia. It seems intentionally ambiguous but some clever observations may have shed some light. Because Inception is so intense, it isn't one of those easy-to-watch films that I regularly grab off the shelf. But it is too bold, imaginative and spectacular to give anything less that the top grade.

Rated PG-13
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on May 3, 2016
great
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on April 30, 2016
Very entertaining movie, never did I think of checking the time while watching this movie; Inception keeps you endorsed in this mind bending world that Christopher Nolan has created.
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on April 26, 2016
One of my favorite movie!
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on April 10, 2016
Great
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on March 8, 2016
This was a great movie. It arrived quickly and I've watched it a bunch of times and it was well worth the price (which was decent anyway). Great movie for everyone.
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If you didn't like the Matrix, you might skip this one. Dicaprio is man who is an expert at entering dreams and extracting information for corporate espionage. He has a problem in that there is a price on his head. He is a wanted man. A Japanese business man wants Dicaprio to enter the mind of a competitor and place an idea in his head to break up his empire. In exchange Dicaprio (Dom Cobb) would be allowed to go home to his family. Cobb first gets an architect (Ellen Page) who can design a complex location, such as a dungeon master creating the stage. He then must assemble a team of people with different skills to navigate through the dream world.

The beginning of the movie is a bit confusing as you don't know what is real and what is a dream. However this shortly clears up. Dom Cobb has a lot of issues concerning his past life and dreamworld which jeopardizes the mission. His dead wife keeps showing up to foil his plans and he just hasn't the heart to kill her. The dreamworld works like a narcotic. Once you go into it, reality becomes boring. This movie is more brilliant in its complexity and script than it is in entertainment, but it worked for me.
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