I just saw Inception last night. Overall I enjoy the idea and the movie. I didn't realize it was an action flick. It didn't have to involve any action at all. The writer could have been more clever with the plot, rather than using action to depict the resistance. But using action is easy and always draw a crowd.
Another unnecessary sequence was Cobb asking Saito for the reason of this inception. The movie maker obviously created this answer to appease the sensitive American audience. Honestly, Cobb would have taken this job anyway. A thief is a thief.
The last bit with Cobb's totem spinning away was appropriate and practically necessary. Starting with the middle of the movie, I started wondering if his "real" life was a dream as well. The spinning totem at the end pretty much answered the audiences by saying, "you won't get an answer."
Wed, 09 May 2012 00:01:36 +0000
His real life was not a dream. Through out the movie, the totem fell several times in his real life. Just not at the end of the movie.
Thu, 10 May 2012 08:09:50 +0000
We don't know, because after waking up when he visited the chemist, he tried to use the totem, but was interrupted by Saito. So maybe he never woke up from that dream.
Wed, 07 Nov 2012 06:41:39 +0000
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