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Inception

Inception

2010 | Christopher Nolan

In a world where people are enabled to enter other peoples dreams, a man gets one last chance to make things right, but he has bend reality through dreams in a near impossible way.

Average rating   8.5 out of 10

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Leonardo DiCaprio     Joseph Gordon-Levitt     Ellen Page     Tom Hardy     Ken Watanabe     Dileep Rao     Cillian Murphy     Tom Berenger     Marion Cotillard
Action     Sci-Fi     Thriller
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Mathias Bach Laursen     2019-08-04 9 out of 10

Peter Buchardt     2010-07-27 8 out of 10

A movie with a plot not seen before? That's not to often you see that, and it's greatly appreciated when you do!

Have in mind that the story and plot of this movie is way more complex than the average Hollywood movie, but I guess that's what makes it a great movie. You wanna go back in and explore more of this sci-fi future where thought-theft is a concept used for industry espionage.

I'm a bit biased since DiCaprio is one of my favorite actors and he sure pulls it off in this one again.

The visuals are very appealing and mind blowing, but I think that there's a few lacks between what is described as the potentiel of the dream-traveling described in the movie and the use of in the movie. For instance they talk a lot about building mazes as levels/platforms for the dreams they enter, but at no point the maze-architecture is used for anything important, and frankly that some of these dreams destinations is mazes seems like a vague excuse.

Also this seems like a movie that could worked great without incorporating the action genre, since the thriller aspect works so great and the action seems to an excuse to have gun fights...

Any way, great movie, with a bit more potentiel than ended up shining through...




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