Movie Review: Inception

Remember the last film review where I said that I don’t like spoiling movies by giving out plot point? Well, Inception is going to really test me, but I think I figured out a way to write about it. Without further ado…. my review:

I have a headache just thinking about it... but in a good way.

Inception is about Leo DiCaprio who plays a ____________ who _____________ and _____________ with __________ then _____________. The best part is when _____________ and Leo ___________ ____________ ___________ __ _________ _______. But the real crazy part is _____________ and ____________ ____________ when she __________ then ____________ and they ___________.

It blew my mind. The effects were absolutely amazing, and how Christopher Nolan got snubbed is beyond me. There are many movies that lose something when they go to video, as opposed to seeing them in the theater, but I saw Inception in the theater and have the Blu-Ray disc, it holds up very well.

Sadly, for how much I liked this movie, I don’t think it’s going to win much this year. But it’s still an excellent movie with loads of action and a mind-bending-numbing plot.

Ecstatic Nolan Unveils Plan to Ruin Inception

LOS ANGELES – Director Christopher Nolan is no stranger to crowd-pleasing, mentally (and critically) stimulating summer blockbusters.  His work on a revitalized Batman franchise (2005′s Batman Begins and 2008′s The Dark Knight) and this summer’s hit, Inception, are proof to this point.

So, what’s up next for the British-American director?

Surprisingly, he is taking a page from the Hollywood machine that he has mostly circumvented throughout his career.

“We have always seen Inception as part of trilogy,” Nolan said outside of his Studio City garage where most of his team’s artistic work-shopping is done. “With the success of the film, we have already started to flesh out the next two installments.  It should be a lot of fun.” Continue reading