Monday, July 19, 2010

Review: Inception

When Christopher Nolan isn't bothering with Batman reboots, he just loves to tackle the terrain of reality fluxing mind- fuckery.  Memento, The Prestige, all those little make-you-think moments of Nolan's celluloid "ah ha" trickery have grown up in the wake of The Dark Knight's spectacular payday to become high-powered action flick Inception.  Those who have experience with slippery cinema realities will see through Inception in its first few moments.  Without knowing the ins and outs of character and plot, a film embedded so firmly in a dream within a dream can really only end one of two ways (I firmly believe that that is not a spoiler), and if you know Nolan, the map of where you're headed should be drawn within seconds...

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