I might be the last person (on the earth) to blog about the movie Inception. Only got the chance to watch the movie last Friday. I only have one word to describe the whole movie.
Ok, mind blowing is hyphenated word but regardless.
I am lost for adjective to describe it. It was disturbing (but in a good way), genius, mind boggling etc. etc. It's definitely my kind of movie. You know, where you worked your brains out trying to solve the puzzle and talked about the whole plot later with your movie date. Yeah, I love that kind of movie.
I have to admit that I am bit blur blur sotong (my fave phrase of the moment) when Cobb (Leo DiCaprio) explains about the architecture, subject thingy to Ariadne (Ellen Page) and I can't really follow what the hell is he talking about but it was interesting nevertheless. I gaped with awe for the whole 2 hours. Christian Nolan is freaking........
I am now itching to watch it again for the second time, alone. You know, just to watch it closely and see if I had missed out any small details that leads to the summary of the ending. But personally, I think the interpretation of the ending sums up what kind of a person you are. If you are an optimistic, then the ending is reality. But if you are a pessimistic, then Cobb is still in limbo. I can't make up what kind of person that I am so I am choosing both. Part of me believe that he's finally home meeting his children but another part of me thinks that he's still dreaming.
Why? Because the kids are wearing the same clothes as in his memories! That is why. My friend who is an optimistic believe that the kids got no other clothes and it was coincident that they wore the same clothes as when he was about to leave them. True optimistic she is, really.
So, what's is your take?