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Old 07-16-2010, 03:25 PM   #16
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I might have to go see this - it's playing on the big screen of my friendly local neighborhood cinema.
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Ain't no "might" about it, baby!
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Is it better than Titanic?
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Old 07-16-2010, 04:13 PM   #19
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I'm seeing this on Sunday.
Change of plans. Leaving now to hit up the 3:50 showing. Catch this cute little mindfuck popcorn movie and get back just in time to watch my baseball team go for its second double digit win streak of the summer. Life is good.

RIP Heath.
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I am gonna have to go check this out over the weekend..
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Old 07-16-2010, 06:21 PM   #21
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Just got back. Unbelievable. It's one of the coolest, most imaginative stories I've ever heard. I'm dying to see it again.

All the totem stuff is really going to hit Dalton emotionally.
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Old 07-16-2010, 07:59 PM   #22
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There needs to be a website, just one of those big sound effect buttons for instant tubasynth.
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Old 07-16-2010, 09:41 PM   #23
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ok

I am at the BIG screen theater

20 minutes to go

last time I was here was for Indy 4
they applauded at the end of that
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the applauded because it was over, I hope.
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Old 07-16-2010, 11:17 PM   #25
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Just got back. This movie was one big mindfuck...I LOVED it.

Not for a stupid audience, that's for sure.
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There needs to be a website, just one of those big sound effect buttons for instant tubasynth.
I'm totally making that sound my ringtone, even though Zimmer's music was one of my least favorite elements of the movie, barring the music at the conclusion and the contributions of Johnny Marr on guitar.
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Old 07-16-2010, 11:22 PM   #27
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I have to say though, if you simply pay attention undistracted for the entire film it isn't hard to follow, mores than TDK and of course mores than pretty much every blockbuster, but not to as bigger of a mental WTF than a number of indie mind fuck movies over the years, what I guess you could say is that it leaves the audience with a satisfyingly concluded, tied up mind fuck. Barring the slight ambiguity of the final shot.
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Old 07-16-2010, 11:33 PM   #28
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I have to say though, if you simply pay attention undistracted for the entire film it isn't hard to follow, mores than TDK and of course mores than pretty much every blockbuster, but not to as bigger of a mental WTF than a number of indie mind fuck movies over the years, what I guess you could say is that it leaves the audience with a satisfyingly concluded, tied up mind fuck. Barring the slight ambiguity of the final shot.
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...what I guess you could say is that it leaves the audience with a satisfyingly concluded, tied up mind fuck.
THIS

I had no problem keeping everything straight, I actually enjoyed the experience of learning the ins and outs of a totally new...what would you call it....concept? technology?...that Nolan created. Ellen Page's character helps you along with that...




You think you've got everything figured out...UNTIL THE LAST SHOT...the entire theater let out a long, collective “Oh”…there were a couple of “WHATS?” and “NOOOOOO!”s thrown in there as well. But here’s how I interpreted the ending (It's a little out there, bear with me):

 

The ending of the movie planted the idea that it was all fake in our heads... basically, INCEPTION------------------like Cobb did to his wife!



In conclusion:
EVERY SINGLE MEMBER OF THIS LITTLE MOVIE WATCHING COMMUNITY HAS AN OBLIGATION TO SEE THIS PIECE OF PURE CINEMATIC GOLD SO WE CAN HAVE AN EPIC PARTY POST AND PHILOSOPHIZE ABOUT THE AMAZING MINDFUCK IT WAS. THIS IS YOUR HOMEWORK, YOU HAVE ONE WEEK BITCHES.
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I had no problem keeping everything straight, I actually enjoyed the experience of learning the ins and outs of a totally new...what would you call it....concept? technology?...that Nolan created. Ellen Page's character helps you along with that...
Fully agreed, . Oh and I choose to believe that everything worked out in the end, but I do like your theory, and it isn't too out there.
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Fully agreed, . Oh and I choose to believe that everything worked out in the end, but I do like your theory, and it isn't too out there.
 
But the kids were wearing the same clothes in that scene...


Gunna have to watch again, maybe there will be some hidden clues in the airport scene...but I doubt it


Maybe Leo just spun that top so fast it just kept going for a while *shurg*
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