I do not normally watch last full shows but because I attended my boss’s exhibit before the movie schedule, I had to adjust my body clock. I was afraid I might fall asleep.
Thank goodness, Christopher Nolan made THAT impossible. Inception was so riveting (and action packed!) I forgot that it was way past my bedtime. It’s been a long time since a movie has kept me thinking every step of the way. Every scene has to have some sort of a puzzle or a twist. It also helps that the casting was spectacular. I’m not a huge Leonardo DiCaprio fan, but I must say he had outdone himself yet again. His team of dream travelers, composed of Ken Watanabe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tom Hardy, Ellen Page and Dileep Rao, also have great chemistry.
I love it!
My friends Dan H. and Caloi couldn’t stop talking about it on the way home. At home, I couldn’t sleep. Couldn’t stop thinking about so many possibilities! I can’t exactly compare it with The Matrix and The Prestige but it’s just as thought-provoking and exciting.
Food for thought: We watched this in “Digital 2D”. Working in the multimedia industry, I find this movie categorization mighty strange. Although I noticed that the images are very crisp and clear…do they mean “digitally remastered”? Or is this a marketing ploy for regular non-multimedia folks to fork over an additional P40?