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Old 01-03-2011, 10:12 AM
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Default Review: Inception on DVD



There are few movies that define a new way and art of creating film, especially in recent years, and Christopher Nolan's Inception is clearly one of them. While it may not necessarily be the strongest character-driven story, the plot and mind-blowing effects that capture and invade the conscious and manipulate the subconscious are rather awe-inspiring. With characters walking along moving walls, bending streets and buildings, and creating their own worlds, it's a bit unnerving and morbidly fascinating to see the strangest of dreams come to life. Usually the types of sequences found in Inception are those only witnessed during the deepest of slumbers, but Nolan's created it in such a uniquely frightening and captivating way that it looks real, but you know it can only be a dream.

The story follows a dream invader named Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio, in one of the more haunting performances he has done in recent years) who is hired by a wealthy businessman named Saito to break into the dreams and mind of a competitor, Robert Fischer Jr.(Cillian Murphy), in order to get his deepest and darkest secrets. Those that have been forgotten and so deeply embedded in Fischer's mind that the only way to extract them is to go into the furthest realms of the subconscious to retrieve them.

Cobb and his team of dream-breakers begin to do just that, but come across a number of adversaries, including, oddly enough, their own blood cells and the host's subconscious, which is itself fighting against the intruders. The team and their opponents jump over buildings, break through glass, walk and run across shifting walls and hallways in ways that can only be imagined in the deeper recesses of the mind. It is one of the most unique and innovative ways of showing the ultimate heist, and in Nolan's methods, it is deemed as quite extraordinary.

Inception is available now in Blu-ray and DVD on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk.
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