Apparently, if you make a REALLY good Batman movie, Warner Brothers will give you all kinds of money to work on your pet project, a visually arresting heist flick. Oh, and despite having an near-indecipherable marketing campaign, it will make a whole bunch of money and garner mostly-great reviews.
That’s the story of "Inception”, Christopher Nolan’s latest film, a movie about dreams (and, uh, stealing people’s dreams), with an excellent ensemble cast led by Leo DiCaprio, supported by Ellen Page, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and many of “Hey, I know that guy!” others.
Not even a week after it’s release, it’s garnering tons of attention for the complexity behind the movie’s dream (and dream-within-a-dream-within a - oh, you get the point) sequences, it’s visual style, and even the architecture, as evidenced by this post from Architzer that we posted earlier last week on Flavorwire.
Have you seen Inception? What do you think? Were you able to follow the movie’s sometimes complex sequences? Let us know your thoughts, comments and theories in the comments below!