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There are few filmmakers who have the ability—and fewer still with the freedom—to fuse challenging, thematically ambitious concepts with the grand-scale spectacle that puts asses in seats during the summer. Cashing his chips on his Batman revival, director Christopher Nolan made Inception (Warner Bros.) into a puzzle picture every bit as dense and complicated in its meditation on dreams and loss as earlier films like Memento and The Prestige, all while wowing audiences with mind-blowing dreamscapes…  The profound laziness of Shrek Forever After (Paramount) extends to pretty much every aspect of the production. Its plot rehashes It's »

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