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Inception
2010
 
Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) cuts a deal with Saito (Ken Watanabe) and agrees to use his ability to enter people's dreams for a special assignment involving business titan Robert Fischer Jr. (Cillian Murphy). Along for the labyrinth-infused ride is Cobb's new mind "architect," Ariadne (Ellen Page). Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Tom Hardy, Tom Berenger and Dileep Rao also star in this sci-fi thriller from writer-director Christopher Nolan.
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Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Thriller
 
Smarter than the average Hollywood fare, with a wonderful dystopian twist. Leaves as many questions as it answers, and makes for some great watercooler chats.
 
An action film attempting to be a cerebral thriller, it succeeds decently as an action flick, but don't think too hard about it, or you'll uncover all the sloppily concealed plot holes.
 
I liked the action in this movie, the plot was ok i guess. Some parts of the movie are quite moving, and interesting. Worth a watch.
 
Besides being a matrix inspired idea, the action was good, plot was a little weak, good cast and acting. I'm sure there will be a part 2.
 
A relatively straight-forward sci-fi thriller. The layers concept confused some people, but it isn't any more complex than The Matrix. The ending was a tiny bit ambiguous, but not a dichotomy that ruins the movie.
 
Great movie that left room for conversation. One drawback was a constant reminder of the premise, as if it was assumed the audience had a short memory. Beyond that, a very entertaining movie.
 
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