Having now just watched it I can confirm that while I thought I was following along pretty well for a while and wondering what the fuss was about, the end scene does suddenly throw a layer of confusion over everything. I finished still a little bit in the dark. Is he still dreaming or was that end scene real? Turns out Christopher Nolan wanted to leave the end ambiguous so no-one will ever know. I'm not sure I like that. It is clever though. The special effects are great. Overall a very good movie and I'm glad I finally saw it.
First time of seeing Inception has to be one of the most creative movies I have ever seen of this decade!! I'm very serious, seeing the score on rotten tomatoes is quite flawless from professional review were's. So to say it is not a science-fiction action film, it's practically a drama telling of the sense of drama of the science of the mind of the human brain. This is one of the reasons why I love Christopher Nolan because of the structure of studying human beings. Out of any outcome of the exposition of the story or the exposition of a story or anything.
The exposition of the story is not even that noticeable really, once you first start the movie, you're in a practically new world, The world has never been brought up. But once he gets through the story are the first act you put the puzzle pieces together, and then do explain the pieces of the puzzle. This movie is a great example of how exposition should work and should be the blueprint of what to use and what not to use for exposition scenes.
As I just said that this was not an action science fiction film but it is, it's surprisingly a drama, very well use with Christopher Nolan prove it from his predecessor the Dark Knight. In the middle of the story Leonardo Caprio's character had a wife, they spent all their life in the dream world, once they left the dreamworld they came back to reality, and it causes him pain for his wife and she killed herself and blamed it on the husband. It was quite interesting seeing that scean, because the film is still not putting the puzzle together.
Once when they get to their target, the wife intervenes with the dreams, so she can have her husband back in the dreamworld. Until the end of the movie it has to be one of the best ambiguous endings of cinema history. I will not spoil it, but it is required to see this magnificent film.
What I like about Christopher Nolan's films you really have to think, it doesn't matter by if it's an action film from the Dark Knight movies, or anything that he does you really have to think throughout his films and I swear I really love about Christopher Nolan. I surprisingly I have no flaws once again with Christopher Nolan. This movie is phenomenally smart, vary smart!! The persons brain is the second character of the film. The brain is not featured in the film whatsoever, but the audience that is watching the film.
You can practically watch this film over and over again. But every time when I go see inception, I always find something new. Back into thousand 10 when I first saw the film I was in a trance.. I saw this film at least six times of that year in the movie theater, and the Blu-ray of the film is quite abuse from my Blu-ray player watching it over and over again. I just love to watch this film because there's always something new with this film. Sometimes it is a bad telling of the story and sometimes it's a great telling of the story.
I want to find very interesting that is very relates to an anime called "Paprika" a 2006 film directed Satoshi Kon, I film genius himself Rest In Peace!! Paprika what is an is the blueprint for inception, I highly recommend seeing the film to I give it a a perfect 10 for that film as well.
But with the right sources and the right timing and the right blueprint and inspiration of a couple of animes that Christopher Nolan loved and endeared. Really does show that anime can inspire directors and a great story can inspire viewing audience of like. With the dark Knight and the rest of his nine films like inception will go down in history that this film will be never be forgotten.
Grade: A Perfect 10