‘Inception’ Part of The Best of Warner Bros. 20 Film Collection: Thrillers

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There are 20 films included in this collection.

1.    The Public Enemy (1931)

2.    The Maltese Falcon (1941)

3.    The Big Sleep (1946)

4.    Strangers on a Train (1951)

5.    North by Northwest (1959)

6.    Dirty Harry (1971)

7.    Dog Day Afternoon (1975)

8.    Lethal Weapon: Director’s Cut (1987)

9.    Batman (1989)

10.  Goodfellas (1990)

11.  The Fugitive (1993)

12.  Natural Born Killers: The Director’s Cut (1994)

13.  The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

14.  Seven (1995)

15.  Heat (1995)

16.  L.A. Confidential (1997)

17.  American History X (1998)

18.  The Dark Knight (2008)

19.  Inception (2010)

20.  The Town (2010)


Directed by: Christopher Nolan
Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Ellen Page, Ken Watanabe, Marion Cotillard
Running Time: 2 hr 28 mins
Rating: PG-13

Do dreams matter? Most of us have already made up our mind’s with that question. But here’s a better question: Do movie dreams matter? Almost all of the time, the answer is no. They’re used as a gimmick, a joke, a shock, but otherwise they don’t serve much of a purpose. Inception changes those rules. Dreams matter. They matter a whole hell of a lot. It’s crazy that you could actually attempt to explain this movie by saying it’s about trying to get a CEO to make a different business decision. This film taps into some of the same emotions as Nolan’s previous work,Memento. It’s an unsteady world, and we are desperately looking for answers, for sturdy ground. Sometimes we get it with DiCaprio’s Cobb, but not all of the time. The idea behind Inception is that ideas matter. A single thought can burn so deep into your brain there is just no way out. This movie stays with you, you want to show it off to your friends. You want to discuss it and see what they think.

It’s like a spinning top, Inception spins you around and you feel a little disorientated, but you can’t wait to see where it goes next, and you hope it can keep going just a little bit longer.


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