Really?But I a sooooooooooooooooooooo looking forward to watch it.
I agree with you, but everyone else I saw it with loved it. How many times did we need to see that shot of a van slowly falling into a river? And they had 50 years to create a town with mind magic that could completely defy the laws of physics and they made a soviet bloc? What the heck? Christopher Nolan must have some boring dreams!
Yeah, most of my friends loved it too.So I dunno.Eric Lynn, you'll appreciate this review:http://www.salon.com/entertainment/movies/inception/index.html?story=/ent/movies/andrew_ohehir/2010/07/14/inception
Prince,Didn't you like WANTED?Check and mate.
Goddamn, Isaac, you have a good memory. And you hold grudges. :)All I'll say is this:WANTED features a shirtless and sweaty James McAvoy double-fisting big guns. But this sexless, joyless movie does not.
Is that a review? More like a rev-OUCH!
To answer Erica, the shots of the van were to keep the audience informed of its progress towards landing in the water, a technical necessity. As for the design of the limbo world, I agree...but we clearly saw the place in decay rather than when it was newly created so maybe it wasn't always a soviet bloc.To Prince, sexless and joyless is too strong, but I can see where you're coming from.The point of the movie, as I saw it, was commentary on the trickery of cinema itself...in essence, movies are often the mediocre dreams of our lives and yet we still enter them, don't we?