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Inception 
A dazzling intelligence-challenging puzzle!
3.5/4 stars

Inception is a futuristic heist film with a twist. The heists take place inside of a dream and Leonardo DiCaprio as Cobb plays an extractor who has somehow figured out not only how to get into people's dreams and steal their secrets but how to link various people into the same dream, so that the dream becomes reality.

When his beloved wife (Marion Cotillard) committed suicide, he was falsely accused of murder and now he is a wanted fugitive in the U.S.A, which is a problem for him, because he's got kids there and coming back home to them is what he most desires. Cobb and his team are hired by a mysterious Japanese businessman Saito (Ken Watanabe) who offers a unique chance to him to clear his records. Saito doesn't ask him of extraction but an inception, planting an idea in heir Robert Fischerís (Cillian Murphy) mind and that is much more complicated and tricky. So Cobb sets out to recruit a team and finish this last job alive.

To do so they need to build the dream world and together with his partner Arthur (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), they team up with the a young architecture student Ariadne (Ellen Page); identity forger Eames (Tom Hardy); and chemist Yusuf (Dileep Rao) who concocts the powerful sedative needed to stabilize the three-layered shared dream required to plant the inception. Cobb has secrets of his own, which are revealed in the lower levels of his mind, so to speak.

After the heist is over, Cobb is seen going back to the US, clearing immigration without being arrested. He spins the top on the table, which never really topples by the time the credits roll. Perhaps reality was never good enough for Cobb, and he has chosen to live in a dream forever. Perhaps he did go home. The viewer is left wondering, bringing this brilliant movie to an end.


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