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No doubt this film could be one of the greatest sci-fi, action movies ever made.
Inception. What a masterpiece. Christopher Nolan has really outdone himself with this insane concept of people sharing the same dream space and exploring the idea of a 'dream within a dream'. With Leonardo DiCaprio as the protagonist, Cobb, he puts on a stunning performance, which leaves you speechless and in absolute awe of his uncanny film talent.
The movie uses layers of dreams to build up the structure of the movie's plot line, transitioning between each one at alternate stages. With the idea being somewhat unrealistic, the film easily makes up for this through attracting viewers by ensuring that they are eager to uncover the mystery of its non-linear plot line.
DiCaprio has a unique acting style that he commonly uses in all of his movies. Throughout Inception though, he slotted comfortably into the life of Cobb and conveyed his life both outstandingly and consistently. The way he expresses pain and emotional difficulties is very believable and he connects with the audiences while doing so.
Nolan has put in an exceptional effort in the construction of his film. I recommend it over most films of its genre but to properly gain the most out of it and to completely understand the plot line, the viewer must be engaged constantly. It is worth seeing it twice, almost three times to grasp its general concept. This film's themes are also quite complex and thus, attract audiences who enjoy such themes. Personally, I would rate this film a solid 10 out of 10 for the exceptional effort put in by Nolan and for the elaboration on the central idea of the film, people sharing the same dream space.