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Inception : Film Review

Posted by Stephen John Murray on Sunday, August 8, 2010 Under: Film Review

Inception
James bond meets Mission Impossible is the way to describe this Sci-Fi epic starring Leonardo

Dicaprio.  It is  a film for “thinkers” as the you have to figure out what is real and what

is a dream. The concept is to plant an idea, an “inception” into someone to extract information, then

play out an elaborate plan to give them what they want. This was the idea behind much of Mission

Impossible plots in the 60’s and 70’s. But there are no masks to take off here, only layers of the

Dream-scape that the “architect “ has engineered. The plot is to get someone to open up a safe and

destroy his father’s business. The subplot is for Dicaprio to forgive himself for trying an experiment

on his wife that led to her suicide and reunite him with his kids. Although there is much to think

about and take notice, there are plenty of action sequences with slow motion to satisfy,especially

the disintegration of dreams and chase sequences . By the end of the movie, one is so intrigued with

the concept of inception and the world of  what can happen in dreams that you begin to question

your very existence. Is the world in fact not real at all? Is the dreams we dream the reality and

everyone you know just a figment of your  imagination? Now that is a sign of a good movie, how it

reaches into your conscious and  subconscious mind to plant a seed of doubt. In a way the viewer  

has just been incepted....just make sure you carry around with you a talisman to let you know when

you are in the real world.

In : Film Review 



Inception : Film Review

Posted by Stephen John Murray on Sunday, August 8, 2010 Under: Film Review

Inception
James bond meets Mission Impossible is the way to describe this Sci-Fi epic starring Leonardo

Dicaprio.  It is  a film for “thinkers” as the you have to figure out what is real and what

is a dream. The concept is to plant an idea, an “inception” into someone to extract information, then

play out an elaborate plan to give them what they want. This was the idea behind much of Mission

Impossible plots in the 60’s and 70’s. But there are no masks to take off here, only layers of the

Dream-scape that the “architect “ has engineered. The plot is to get someone to open up a safe and

destroy his father’s business. The subplot is for Dicaprio to forgive himself for trying an experiment

on his wife that led to her suicide and reunite him with his kids. Although there is much to think

about and take notice, there are plenty of action sequences with slow motion to satisfy,especially

the disintegration of dreams and chase sequences . By the end of the movie, one is so intrigued with

the concept of inception and the world of  what can happen in dreams that you begin to question

your very existence. Is the world in fact not real at all? Is the dreams we dream the reality and

everyone you know just a figment of your  imagination? Now that is a sign of a good movie, how it

reaches into your conscious and  subconscious mind to plant a seed of doubt. In a way the viewer  

has just been incepted....just make sure you carry around with you a talisman to let you know when

you are in the real world.

In : Film Review 



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