Consensus: If a film is confusing enough that you have to see it again, it must be great.

No, but how do I really feel? It was an interesting flick. Definitely had some originality. Though at times I really was reminded of The Matrix, I wasn’t bothered by the similarities. I did have a hard time keeping track of dream layers. I’m not too sure if that’s me being so much less brilliant than Christopher Nolan, or if it’s a poor execution of a good idea on his part.

Also, my personal opinion is that there was too much Hollywood action going on alongside the actual story. What do you think? Let me know in the comments below.

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    3 thoughts on “Inception”

    1. I have to say that I was expecting to walk away more stunned than I was. With everyone raving about it, I was slightly disappointed when I didn't connect to the movie in that way. I would definitely say I was never bored and enjoyed it. But it doesn't make my top five or even ten greatest movies.

    2. @abby, I think I had similar feelings. I had heard a lot of hype.

      @Nathan, I did like this aspect of the film. I also think it has some philosophical launchpads that are interesting.

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