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Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, the action flick Inception is the biggest kick of the summer.
"Inception" has been lauded by many as the picture to save a sparse year in film thus far. It is directed by Christopher Nolan, who also directed the highly acclaimed "The Dark Knight". The pressure on this film is similar to that placed upon Nolan when he directed "The Dark Knight"; expectations are high, with a passionate audience keen for a well composed thriller. Following a huge hit such as "The Dark Knight" was always going to be a monumental task for Nolan to live up to. Does he manage it? In short; yes.
The premise of "Inception" is clear; dream invasion. Leonardo DiCaprio plays the role of Dom Cobb, a man who possesses the ability to enter your subconscious. With such ease of access, Cobb wastes no time in taking advantage; being part of a team that steals corporate secrets from the minds of executives while they sleep. The extension comes through Cobb`s attempts to place thoughts in the subconscious mind; in a manner so subtle that the subjects believe that they have come up with the thoughts themselves. This is known as `Inception`.
Cobb, naturally, is in a world of trouble. As the film opens, it becomes apparent that Cobb has failed in his task for the first time ever. With his secret out, the corporation he has tried to steal from are, understandably, out to kill him. To avoid this fate, Cobb must do the bidding of corporate powerhouse Saito (played excellently by Ken Watanabe); a man with such influence that he can dissuade the corporation from exacting their revenge upon Cobb.
From here on in, without giving too much away, the plot becomes deeper, faster and at times, tricky to follow. However, in "Inception", part of the thrill of the film is attempting to keep up with it. Confusion will often reign; but the attempts to piece everything together, to think you have everything sussed; only for another twist to leave you clueless again; make for a highly entertaining film experience. The film takes on many layers within its intricate plot, allowing for a gripping storyline to unfold. Whilst some may be put off by the running time of 148 minutes, they needn`t fear; the action and plot is well paced, making the time fly by relatively quickly.
Beyond this, DiCaprio does an amazing job in his role and is well supported by a lesser known supporting cast. He has come a long way from the role he played in "Titanic"; this latest performance, on top of other recent performances (such as "Shutter Island") have allowed DiCaprio to become a well respected, big time actor; who can play the blockbuster roles with great skill and expertise.
As mentioned, the promotion and hype for the film have been immense. The film poster is striking, displaying DiCaprio standing in the metaphorical sea of your mind, under the thoughtful tagline `Your mind is the scene of the crime'. The popularity of "Inception" is sure to make the film memorabilia attached with it highly desired; movie photos from "Inception", among other classic films, can be purchased online.
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