• INCEPTION - Written/directed by Dark Knight/Memento creator.
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[QUOTE=TheFacePuncher1;26770895]I saw it wobble a bit, but it doesn't mean it fell. The ending is just a cliffhanger. Hopefully they don't make a sequel.[/QUOTE] WB is apparently trying to get a sequel film. Nolan will not return if that's the case, he'd rather go with the video game idea.
[QUOTE=Pops;26771626]WB is apparently trying to get a sequel film. Nolan will not return if that's the case, he'd rather go with the video game idea.[/QUOTE] Oh God, can't they just leave it as it is? Why do the fuckers always have to milk the shit out of everything good? >_>
[QUOTE=Rusty100;26732521]that was some of the most intense cinema i've ever seen how can is possibly be boring what is wrong with your brain[/QUOTE] He obviously lives an extreme, over-the-edge lifestyle and so trains smashing through every day traffic, public shootouts and high speed chases are mundane, commonplace occurrences with him. [editline]18th December 2010[/editline] [QUOTE=Re-y-tard;26772458]Oh God, can't they just leave it as it is? Why do the fuckers always have to milk the shit out of everything good? >_>[/QUOTE] Because the bottom line is profit.
[QUOTE=Re-y-tard;26772458]Oh God, can't they just leave it as it is? Why do the fuckers always have to milk the shit out of everything good? >_>[/QUOTE] because money
[QUOTE=scotland1;26734247]Most gold members should. Anyway, just got the soundtrack. Damn is it awesome. Great 'browsing the web' music.[/QUOTE]I got it the weekend the movie came out. (Ordered anyway.) Favourites are Mombasa and Time. Others are too short to realy enjoy. Waiting for a Train is decent for a 10 minute song though. Time is THE song I blare while driving. Max volume suits it soo well.
Oh my, look what IMDb has as it's [url=http://www.imdb.com/features/yearinreview/2010/top25movies]#1 movie of the year[/url].
Yeah and also for their two staff lists, one of which being by the founder of IMDB, Inception is also ranked #1
Fresh new movies are always the best, especially the ones that make you think of the concept long after.
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISPn3lLy9-M[/media] I got inception for a gift a few days ago.. ive watched it 4 or 5 times in the last 3 days..
Just saw this for the first time last night. [b]Fucking incredible[/b] Definatly one of my top 10 movies of all time, dreams are a facinating subject indeed. Such a creative movie idea and wonderfully executed, especially how it all builds up to that brilliant ending. I wish more movies were made like this. Nolan is seriously an amazing director, I'm convinced now that anything he does is gold. Even when given a liscense to work off of he does magic (dark knight).
INCEPTION - Written/directed by Dark Knight/Memento creator. Reviews are in: It is awesome by Dark Knight/Memento creator. Reviews are in: It is awesome creator. Reviews are in: It is awesome [b]Reviews are in: It is awesome[/b] This is my problem right here. People look at reviews before they go out to see a movie. I used to do this when I didn't know any better, but I realized something. If I was interested in a movie and go read a critic's review and the critic hated the movie, I'm going into that theater expecting to hate it as well, and just waiting for the first mistake of the movie so the entire movie-watching experience expectedly gets ruined for me. When a critic says that it's great, I go into the movie over-emphasizing the good parts in my head, and even if I don't think that it's all that great, I would exclude my own thoughts of the movie just so I can be like everyone else and say that it's great. This is my problem with this film. I'll be honest, it is the most overrated film that I have ever seen. Unlike most/all of you, I went into the movie like I always go into the movie. The only things that I know of the movie is that it has DiCaprio and Ellen Page. Never read a review. Avoided every trailer and commercial thrown at me. I feel like this movie was an 8/10 at best. It's a shame how everyone loves to hop onto the bandwagon of it being amazing, or movie of the year. For instance, last night I saw Black Swan. I had NO idea what the movie was about. At all. Never saw a review, trailer, or commercial. All I saw was the poster of the movie when I looked up movie times at my local theater. That movie is Oscar-type -- not Inception. At all. I really wish that people could open up their eyes and self-analyze movies on their own without being biased based on other people's opinions, that were originally influenced by others. It's about time someone stepped up and said something. Reminds me of the Emperor's New Clothes story. The movie is naked ffs.
I knew it was going to be awesome the day I knew Christopher Nolan was making it, went into the film with pretty high expectations... He actually broke those expectations. Not like anyone should give a shit about reviews, but the critics were right at least, it is awesome. Also the most overrated film you probably ever seen is fucking Avatar, stop lying to yourself.
[QUOTE=collegegrad;26931131] It's a shame how everyone loves to hop onto the bandwagon of it being amazing, or movie of the year. [/QUOTE] yes they must be band-wagoning it's just not possible they actually liked it that much [editline]24th December 2010[/editline] also you don't have to start a new line after every sentence fyi
I watched it quite a while ago in the cinema, it was cool but I got confused at a certain point. The begin and end were pretty clear for me, but the rest was pretty confusing and had honestly no idea why they were going in everyone's dreams. The parts about DiCaprio's wife I found the most interesting, probably because I did understand what was going on.
I enjoyed it thoroughly, I watched it twice when it was out in Theaters and now own it on DVD. Sure, it might not be movie of the year, but god fucking damn it's a good movie. [editline]25th December 2010[/editline] [QUOTE=collegegrad;26931131] This is my problem with this film. I'll be honest, it is the most overrated film that I have ever seen.[/QUOTE] I suppose you didn't watch Avatar then. Because THAT was the most overrated, thank you.
[QUOTE=Cl0cK;26931755]I knew it was going to be awesome the day I knew Christopher Nolan was making it, went into the film with pretty high expectations... He actually broke those expectations. Not like anyone should give a shit about reviews, but the critics were right at least, it is awesome. Also the most overrated film you probably ever seen is fucking Avatar, stop lying to yourself.[/QUOTE] Nah. Avatar had the "Star Wars" effect. It was revolutionary because of the animation and the 3D and the other hoopla. If you think Avatar is that overrated, then surly, you think the same of Star Wars. Yes, I am equating space and lasers to blue people and 3D.
Well yes I had the same effect with Avatar that I had with the Star Wars prequels, which is boredom.
Avatar is just plain terrible. Stop mentioning it in this thread from this post on. [editline]24th December 2010[/editline] [QUOTE=BrQ;26932645]I watched it quite a while ago in the cinema, it was cool but I got confused at a certain point. The begin and end were pretty clear for me, but the rest was pretty confusing and had honestly no idea why they were going in everyone's dreams. The parts about DiCaprio's wife I found the most interesting, probably because I did understand what was going on.[/QUOTE] It can be hard to follow, but a second seeing will be better. [editline]24th December 2010[/editline] Also collegegrad, nice job rating everyone who ranked this film #1 in the 'Your top 3 films of 2010' thread dumb.
[QUOTE=collegegrad;26931131] It's a shame how everyone loves to hop onto the bandwagon of it being amazing, or movie of the year. I really wish that people could open up their eyes and self-analyze movies on their own without being biased based on other people's opinions, that were originally influenced by others. [/QUOTE] If people like the movie, that's their choice. It has nothing to do with "everyone else" liking it. I never look at reviews, and the only thing i knew about Inception was vaguely what it was about and had seen 1 trailer.
Hay guys i didn't read anything in this thread but i saw the movie and it was the best thing ever that is all
I reckon the movie was awesome, didn't have any other people's input... ALSO I GOT IT FOR CHRISTMAS YAAAAY
collegegrad, leave if you don't like the film. Stop spamming ratings.
Yay, Inception for Christmas!
[QUOTE=scotland1;26942556]collegegrad, leave if you don't like the film. Stop spamming ratings.[/QUOTE] I never said that I didn't like it. I just don't think that it's more than an 8/10 at best film. Besides, I am free to express my opinions and participate in discussions as long as I am not violating any rules. I rate you so I don't waste the post space or turn this into any sort of flame war.
[QUOTE=collegegrad;26944211]I never said that I didn't like it. I just don't think that it's more than an 8/10 at best film. Besides, I am free to express my opinions and participate in discussions as long as I am not violating any rules. I rate you so I don't waste the post space or turn this into any sort of flame war.[/QUOTE] According to you, everyone who thought the film was great was being a sheep and following the critics opinion, all because you didn't like it as much. Now that's just being intolerant, and personally I don't like my intelligence being insulted by some random guy.
[QUOTE=collegegrad;26931131]INCEPTION - Written/directed by Dark Knight/Memento creator. Reviews are in: It is awesome by Dark Knight/Memento creator. Reviews are in: It is awesome creator. Reviews are in: It is awesome [b]Reviews are in: It is awesome[/b] This is my problem right here. People look at reviews before they go out to see a movie. I used to do this when I didn't know any better, but I realized something. If I was interested in a movie and go read a critic's review and the critic hated the movie, I'm going into that theater expecting to hate it as well, and just waiting for the first mistake of the movie so the entire movie-watching experience expectedly gets ruined for me. When a critic says that it's great, I go into the movie over-emphasizing the good parts in my head, and even if I don't think that it's all that great, I would exclude my own thoughts of the movie just so I can be like everyone else and say that it's great. This is my problem with this film. I'll be honest, it is the most overrated film that I have ever seen. Unlike most/all of you, I went into the movie like I always go into the movie. The only things that I know of the movie is that it has DiCaprio and Ellen Page. Never read a review. Avoided every trailer and commercial thrown at me. I feel like this movie was an 8/10 at best. It's a shame how everyone loves to hop onto the bandwagon of it being amazing, or movie of the year. For instance, last night I saw Black Swan. I had NO idea what the movie was about. At all. Never saw a review, trailer, or commercial. All I saw was the poster of the movie when I looked up movie times at my local theater. That movie is Oscar-type -- not Inception. At all. I really wish that people could open up their eyes and self-analyze movies on their own without being biased based on other people's opinions, that were originally influenced by others. It's about time someone stepped up and said something. Reminds me of the Emperor's New Clothes story. The movie is naked ffs.[/QUOTE] I see a movie based of the trailer/teaser content. If a movie has a bad trailer, its a bad movie. Never steered me wrong.
[QUOTE=ScoutKing;26944399]I see a movie based of the trailer/teaser content. If a movie has a bad trailer, its a bad movie. Never steered me wrong.[/QUOTE] Yeah I'm sure that the trailer can tell you if the movie is good or not, but my problem with trailers today is that they give you too much information on the movie and in some cases give away lots of it.
Except for the trailer for Inception, it was pretty damn good trailer that avoided telling too much.
I cry at the end of this movie from where the safe is opened till the end because the cinematography, dialogue, and score is just, amazing.
I listened with full volume to the end on the DVD, and I can't here the thunk Nolan said was there, am I missing it or is it really not there? [editline]25th December 2010[/editline] [QUOTE=Adius Shadow;26949111]I cry at the end of this movie from where the safe is opened till the end because the cinematography, dialogue, and score is just, amazing.[/QUOTE] The BWUUMP, while simple, was great. This film has a great sound track
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