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That is not to say that Nolan is not a gifted filmmaker, because he is. Certain scenes of the film will be stuck with me for quite a while (Gordon-Levitt without a doubt had the coolest part of the film). It is also not to say that I didn’t enjoy this film, which I did, couldn’t keep my eyes away for two and a half hours. I would recommend this to most of my friends because it will likely be the most intellectually engaging and visually provocative blockbuster they see all summer. There’s no dispute that any film that inspires this much debates and critical discourse has already earned its worth. What I am saying is that “Inception” had so much potential to be a flawless corporate heist/action blockbuster/science fiction braintease masterpiece. Here, it succeeds on the first two, but stumbles with limited imagination on the third. Nolan starts with an idea, builds upon it, expanding like a relentless virus, meticulously ventures to the brink of oblivion and, stops, just a step short of free-falling, moving greatness.

That is not to say that Nolan is not a gifted filmmaker, because he is. Certain scenes of the film will be stuck with me for quite a while (Gordon-Levitt without a doubt had the coolest part of the film). It is also not to say that I didn’t enjoy this film, which I did, couldn’t keep my eyes away for two and a half hours. I would recommend this to most of my friends because it will likely be the most intellectually engaging and visually provocative blockbuster they see all summer. There’s no dispute that any film that inspires this much debates and critical discourse has already earned its worth. What I am saying is that “Inception” had so much potential to be a flawless corporate heist/action blockbuster/science fiction braintease masterpiece. Here, it succeeds on the first two, but stumbles with limited imagination on the third. Nolan starts with an idea, builds upon it, expanding like a relentless virus, meticulously ventures to the brink of oblivion and, stops, just a step short of free-falling, moving greatness.

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Having skimmed through the thoughtful comments on and ‘s blogs, I found myself identifying with both what people loved about “Inception” and disliked about it. Yes, the sets are mind-blowing. Yes, the architecture designs are fascinating from an aesthetics points of view. Yes, Marion Cotillard embodies the ideal lost love of a woman. Yes, the cast is uniformly excellent. Yes, the labryinth of layered lucid dreams is an original idea. Yes, the film is rather flat in its emotional tone. Yes, the film doesn’t accurately depict the strange nature of human consciousness. Yes, yes, yes. But, none of these reasons individually could account for why I felt the way I did about this film, and why even though I couldn’t tear my eyes away from the spectacle unfolding before me, a frustration festered and grew within me with each passing minute.

I saw Inception last week. What I remember best about it is a late scene, just before the heros sneak into Cillian Murphy’s head, where Ariadne interrupts (someone) and says, “wait a minute–whose dream are we in now?” The audience burst out laughing, because most of them were wondering the same thing.