You all know what this post is about so I’ll just get right into it: Inception. It’s here. It’s one of the biggest movie events of the year. Many of you have probably caught midnight screenings of it already and read Adam’s review. So, what did you think of it? Did Nolan outdo himself this time around? Did he bring to a logical conclusion those themes he’s explored in his previous films? Or were his thematic arcs crushed under the weight of the film’s overwhelming exposition?
What’d you think of the action scenes and/or the cinematography of D.P. Wally Pfister? Do you feel that Nolan honed his visual/storytelling style in substantial ways? And how about that ending? What does it all mean?! SPOILERS ARE ALLOWED IN THE COMMENTS. Enjoy yourselves.