Inception (2010) - Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

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Breathtaking

A thief who steals corporate secrets through the use of dream-sharing technology is given the inverse task of planting an idea into the mind of a C.E.O.

IMDB: 8.8
Director: Christopher Nolan
Stars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Length: 148 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 84 out of 1000 found boring (8.4%)

One-line Reviews (376)

I always try watching for the story, it gets a little to hard to follow for me about halfway through, I adjust to just enjoying the action and following the general story.

What a mind blowing movies .

Great film but hard to follow .

The worst movie I'll never forget.

Worth watching ...

It possessed a seemingly undeterred route to live on in infamy (they thought up the hard part) as this movie has stretches, bursts if you will of extreme utter sheer brilliance but everybody is wearing like suits, all suits, only suits and acting all rigid-like and it's sort of hard to follow honestly and stuff like what a waste of dream space.

Fast-moving story together with the exciting visual style makes the two and a half hours pass without noticing because you are captivated by everything that happens on the screen.

The emotion throughout is gripping and I will always have an attachment to it.

trippy, suspenseful, interesting .

Another thrilling and entertaining movie by my favourite director.

An always-tense, extremely suspenseful sci-fi action film that respects a viewer's intelligence.

But the characters are boring.

It is entertaining and didactic.

I was on the edge of my seat waiting to face that question.

A Stunning movie by Christopher Nolan.

A MOVIE WORTH WATCHING AGAIN .

I have no idea if this got better or not because I kept falling asleep and my 24 hour rental period ended before I could finish it so I'm giving it a 5 based on what I saw.

This movie honestly is mind blowing and extremely difficult to understand.

Hans Zimmer does a stunning soundtrack, as always, with these loud air horn noises that apparently were written into the script.

The most exciting thing is The emotional entanglement of Cobb.

It's not a wild assumption to make, for both the reasons that perfection is subjective, and that it's simply too difficult to achieve a masterpiece with equally intriguing and driven plot, characters, cinematography.

One of the best,Nice ideas,Filmed creatively, worth watching

on the edge of my seat the whole time.

Inception is the most mind boggling movie i have ever watched.

Dreams, dreams in dreams, dreams and reality are intricate, and movies that you can read even if you burn your brain a few times are worth watching.

The cinematography has a Noir style, performed by Wally Pfister (who has worked with Nolan on other films such as Dark Knight, Prestige, Insomnia), an ultra-talented professional, who uses perfect angles in the scenes and sequences, with a good use of shades differentials in every situation and dream sequences.

amazing, smart, thrilling.

The man makes the most boring films in existence and idiots will eat it up, even if he directed literal dog poo on the sidewalk, and hail him a "genius".

The middle is magnificent, the whole journey is breathtaking and tense.

idea was good but the movie is too irritating, boring and way too long

Breathtaking all around .

"Inception" (Legendary/ Warner, 2010) is a fictional film/psychological thriller, which also encompasses the theme of Heist, and which was nominated for several awards at the time of release, being written and directed by one of my favorite directors, Christopher Nolan (Memento, Dunkirk, Dark Knight, Interstellar, Insomnia).

Slow and steady wins the race.

Truly amazing concept and movie really enjoyed it the most.

Fascinating .

The plot is intriguing, the casts are awesome.

I also wanna talk briefly about the soundtrack which is on par with the movie and very expressive of the recurring themes of the latter, Hans Zimmer added so much depth to the overall experience thanks to his genius and the music he made felt as if it came straight out of a dreamworld, at times mysterious, elegantly confusing, intense ...

Visually stunning, and an incredible job by one of the most spontaneous and viscerally-entertaining directors in our generous, it would be a crime to miss this movie!

Had that role been given to a talented actress like Taryn Manning or Juliette Lewis (with the part re-written to work with her age) instead of an empty show-biz personality like Ellen Page, this would have been a 10 star film, all the way.

This movie is so, so, so, so entertaining.

But I love how the movie gets more enjoyable as you rewatch it.

This along with The Dark Knight and Memento is probably Mr Nolan's finest work, however Inception is stylish, gritty, gripping and very intelligent.

The back and forth between dream and reality, to a large extent of the outstanding dream clever, all sorts of unexpected sudden point is to add points to the suspense.

I thought it was way too confusing for my teenage brain, and that made it very boring to watch.

Overall, Nolan's film is a good suspenseful performance, especially in the era of 2010, and the idea is amazing.

The plot of the movie is unique, suspenseful and clever.

This movie is complete:acting on another level,thrilling action sequences,Hans Zimmer's breathtaking soundtrack.

WORTH WATCHING FLIM.......

With Inception, Christopher Nolan has effectively proved that summer blockbusters can be compelling as they can be intelligent.

Creating three layers of dream in which the characters sink deeper and deeper into Fischer's subconscious, Cobb's team find themselves under more and more pressure, as the layers of Fischer's dream become further and further removed from reality, with time moving progressively slower as they travel between the dreams.

The way the story also unfolds is also very compelling.

multi-layered snooze fest .

So much so that when you walk out of the theater and look around, there is a sense of film shooting in your eyes.

Just rewatched it 10 years on, still spectacular, mind blowing.

So complicated and stilted that it became boring and silly.

It's a fascinating story of how human dreams can be manipulated to create an idea in their mind or change someone's view about something by being a part of their dream.

One hour of dreaming equals ten hours of action in our dreams, which is why reality got slower and slower the further they dove down and how they showed it to us with the car crashing down the cliff (another happy ending that they are all saved) in fragments of 10% of a second maybe with all that has been going on underneath in the meantime was another stroke of genius for sure.

Inception is a thrilling and unique movie with many astonishing revelations and, twists and turns in the plot.

Just frustrating and boring.

The way the story progresses through the layers of the dream, the fact that it's all so consistent with itself, the fascinating story, the character moments, it makes sense why this screenplay took Nolan so many years to write.

The worst movie I'll never forget .

So that I feel viewers might find confusing and disregard the movie.

Special effects are good, and it's well-acted enough for an entertaining ride.

The thrilling music in the film is provided by none other than Hans Zimmer, who also set the mood for Nolan's previous film, The Dark Knight.

"Inception" is an intense, complex story, but it's always coherent, imaginative, and entertaining You can handle the immagination of this movie

The score plays just as an important role as the characters as it creates a thrilling and intense tone to the film.

Stunning, I.. loved.. it!!

Its a fiction movie and it's more a boring time waste for me

There were points my attention drifted due to the slow pacing of the film and then it became hard to follow.

The cinematography of the film is stunning.

Everything in the film perfectly melds together to make the viewer constantly on the edge of their seat.

A tedious action movie with Bond-level stunts (not a compliment) with two other major problems:1.

I thought a lot of stuff in it was overdone and a lot of parts were just downright boring.

It's WELL worth the watch.

Now, the only reason I have this film at 9 is because of how damn confusing this movie can be at times.

This is a film worth watching.

Inception is a masterpiece which combines an original, emotional, smart and unpredictable plot with immense scale and vision.

Now the British cinematographer is 39 years old, and the world has finally come to the opportunity to get to know what Nolan was so stunning, fast and loud all these years.

The story keeps the audience on the edge of their seats, also the direction is handled by none other than Christopher Nolan himself who needs no introduction.

Nolan's passion-project deals with an obscure concept that informs every aspect of the feature and leads to some visually stunning moments.

Inception is a slow starter.

'Inception' is a well made film, visually it's stunning...

Because of unique plot alone not to mention thrilling heist sequences, gripping themes, lovable characters, and fantastic finale, Nolan's baby has its spot among the all-time greats.

This film is absolutely mind blowing.

Both the writing and performance of his character actually give this film its backbone, it's just a shame that Nolan keeps pushing him to the sidelines, instead wishing to focus more on the uninteresting concept of the film itself.

Inception is a confusing pretentious film.

Confusing watch .

An original and thrilling blockbuster spectacle .

I kind of like the concept, but maybe the presentation style is very confusing, so, it's really a big confusion.

Stunning .

If confusion is what you want,this is perfect for you.

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and a stunning plot and ending.

I just saw a review before I started typing that said "a one of a kind mind blowing masterpiece.

The performance for each member of the cast are exceptional and the visual are stunning and so creative, not too flashy considering it's about dreams like for me it's a realistic as I could imagine being able to function inside dreams would be.

Dreams, dreams in dreams, dreams and reality are intricate, and movies that you can read even if you burn your brain a few times are worth watching.

Cons:The film doesn't make sense, and is confusing.

The complicated yet intriguing storyline is amazing.

It's a breathtaking juggling act, and Nolan may have considered his "Memento" (2000) a warm-up;

Several Intriguing Concepts to Ponder .

Nolan brings us to experience something unthinkable and give us some very unexpected thrills in our lives.

Inception was a thrilling movie for me to watch.

One of the best movies out there I highly recommend it

The back-and-forth interplay between dreams and reality highlights the ingenuity of dreams to a great extent, and all kinds of unexpected sudden points add points to suspense.

Even the article was dull and uninspiring...

Dreamers link dream sense is very realistic, learned in the dream, emotional fluctuations caused by the street explosion, enough stunning.

Got to say something - MIND BLOWING!.

But the concept of dreaming and how little we and science know about it now in the 21st century is something that has fascinated me for a long time really, especially because I am a very heavy and intense dreamer myself.

Different, intersting and mind blowing; even thou it suffers from being unclear sometimes, movie uses it so masterly that it becomes a part of the film.

This is pretty much just your standard big budget action flick given Christopher Nolan's signature touch of psycho thriller confusion.

The sheer ambition of the movie itself is enough to get you on the edge of your seat.

The ride inside a dream is very entertaining.

It's like Christopher Nolan took Heat-style heists, dropped a tablet of acid, and fell asleep.

Mighty confusing.

It's worth watching.

the experience was phenomenal, fascinating, nerve-racking, and awe-inspiring from beginning to end.

Nolan's mind blowing work .

Great intense film, another Christopher Nolan classic

It's just mind blowing.

A very boring film, too long and without any emotion, very bad.

The cinematography was stunning with some original concepts and elements built in, CGI was believable if there was any.

I have tried to watch this film twice now but found it boring and shallow.

Just feels a disjointed version of 'the matrix' Such great actors and cgi for such a ridiculous hard to follow story.

Muddled through this long and confusing film, never sure what was happening, whose dream we are watching, how many levels deep, and how it related to the concept of the film.

I nearly walked out of this film.

This movie is Cristopher Nolan at his best,the story is literally mind-blowing, the whole movie is confusing, and from the beginning i wanted to know what was going to happen next, the story unveils itself smoothly, the music score fits perfectly with the action, The movie itslef is rated 13+, even if it contains almost no violence, at the end i thought it was pretty deep, in the end i loved it

Absolutely entertaining visually stunning.

Too Confusing.

A simple yet fascinating concept, masterfully crafted for fans of the genre .

It's fast paced and fascinating; the characters are real and their actions are meaningful, since they grow and change because of them.

It's very easy to be absorbed into the world that Nolan creates, thus making the story that much more engaging.

Mind Blowing Masterpiece .

But let's leave Shutter Island on the side, Inception is of that kind of movies to make you wonder if the end is the best thing on the movie with its fascinating ending or it's the movie that it's making you question ypur reality.

Pretentious claptrap for people with an inflated sense of intelligence .

The ending was way more predictable then I thought it was, and there certainly were a couple of plotholes.

Captivating and incredibly enthralling, Inception balances what could be too much of a confusing concept with just enough intelligence and thought to make a stunning original story with great acting and plotline.

Following a group of people that can control their and other people's dreams, Inception has some great acting, deep storytelling (that can be hard to follow sometimes) and an awesome soundtrack for every intense scene.

It's a great movie, except that it's very confusing at times, and I had to watch it twice to understand it.

The "time element" (this week revisited by Nolan in "Tenet") just works so brilliantly;The stunning 'practical effect' shots still amaze, 10 years later.

Soundtrack- I think the background music of movie adds value to the thrilling experience that we get in this movie and it's background music will definitely leave a good impact on all those who are going to watch the movie.

The worst movie I've ever sat thru.

Starting off slow , It really transforms into a stay calm thriller adventure.

A confusing movie .

The film presents an odd idea and has intriguing plot elements, and the acting is actually quite good.

The movie admittedly is difficult to understand the first time you watch it, but is still quite enjoyable.

The first half of the movie is visually brilliant and just entertaining .

I liked this movie, it's fun and trippy and can be stunning to look at.

Over long, Pretentious twaddle .

The acting, the plotline, the idea behind the plot, the action, the emotion, the adrenaline, the soundtrack, the look.

) - and soon there are dreams within dreams; plots , sub-plots, characters who may or may not be whom they seem - and it all adds up to a compelling, superior thriller that, because of it's far more fluid, cerebral nature, can move from scenario to scenario with palpable, and frequently confusing, ease.

Lengthy movie that is pretty much a thrilling ride the whole time.

Some may says it's pretentious and the ideas presented acctualy aren't fully understood by the creators and/or don't make sense.

Each time I watched it was just as enjoyable.

The film is tragic and breathtaking and one must take it for what it is.

Some complain that the dreams were too logical and realistic compared to the real world, but in this case, I think, adding the layer of surrealism to the dreams would have turned the film too confusing and taken away the credibility of the film's logic that was so carefully constructed.

It's worth watching.

Omg what a thrilling movie it is.

I'm sorry to say this, but it is bit pretentious.

They all have the dark color pallets, and intense visual images.

The sheer brilliance of it is mind blowing.

This is an awful movie and pretentious by trying to make it so hard to understand it has to be explained.

A movie that is as accurate as a pocket watch and enjoyable as a pocket watch.

It's neither as confusing as some have painted it, nor does it have any tricks-peek behind the curtain type-up its sleeve.

Technically Brilliant; Emotionally Empty .

If you are looking for a film that is confusing,mind-boggling or like me a fan of Leonardo Di Caprio then do check it out.

It might not work for everyone, specially bits where it gets a little slow.

There is definitely an emotional impact at the end that can feel overwhelming but is sitting through 2 hours of rather pointless nonsense make this a great movie?

It has plenty of twists, fights, many special and visual effects, and subtle humor to keep your average movie goer entertained, but the beauty of the film goes way beyond that to have a very compelling cinematography, intricate story-telling, and genuine attention to detail that calls for multiple viewings, each making the film better than before.

Inception is also one of Nolan's most purely playful and fun films, a heist film done that way of hijacked dreams and acts of deception, you sense the giddiness and joy Nolan would've had conjuring up this film into a reality and never a director to do things the easy way, this is the perfect example of a high-concept feature done with thoughtfulness and tact but also with entertaining at the forefront of its mantra and for those that are willing to be swept away by Nolan's grand vision that's lead by a typically strong DiCaprio turn, Inception is about as good as it gets in regards to big-scale movie making.

Waste of time...

Just like in that movie, in this movie too, there is too much complicated, unknown, unsolved, difficult, unpredictable stuff.

I don't think it's a masterpiece like some other people do, and there are still quite a few of Christopher Nolan's films that I would watch instead of this one, but it was thoroughly entertaining and I enjoyed all the storylines.

Christopher Nolan is an absolute genius with a mind blowing performance from all the actors, special mention to Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy.

Innovative ideas and entertaining storytelling .

And I'm sorry if the gun nuts come for me, but scenes of two groups shooting machine guns at each other from behind cover are such boring ways to visualize action.

All this is a combination of the greatest cinematic experience that Nolan dragged through all these years.

If she enjoyed it, then there was something about Inception.

An epic and deeply engrossing story .

It was intriguing how the three subconscious levels affect each other with various risks and how speed of time increase the more subconscious levels deep you go.

The plot has so many layers and complexity to it that I found it so enjoyable piecing it together.

Surely very high budget, impressive cast, and I actually like all them, but this was simply too pretentious, and full with scenes which actually had nothing with story flow.

There's one big part of Inception that really works though, and that's that the movie is just really entertaining.

Every moment was worth watching and there wasn't a single minute of boring dialogue between characters.

Always entertaining.

Nolan makes watching movies in theater exciting again.

boring .

Joseph Gordon-Levitt's 'Arthur' is perhaps the weakest of the ensemble (even though he is the focus of the films most thrilling sequence), his character is literally just there for exposition.

Christopher Nolan, once again, tells a fascinating story in a very unique way.

Is the story a little hard to follow and straight-up a little confusing?

It is most likely that you have seen the most exciting movie in the theater in recent years.

Nothing but special effects, boring plot, and lame acting.

Overall, I believe that the Inception is a visually stunning film that is definitely worth the 2 hour and 28 minute run time.

From the first minute you are shrouded in complete confusion.

The screenplay is gripping and background music is great.

Because I lost my investment in the film, it just dragged out and became boring, especially some of the generic action scenes like the one in the snow.

After some years, I basically don't remember almost anything except main part of plot, and that silly scene of shooting on street, what was so utterly pointless.

Contrived crap.

The movie is very long and the real concept of movie starts after 1 hour.

Overall though, Nolan's Inception triumphs in the manner of the best summer blockbusters: it's awesomely original, hugely intelligent and, above all, enormously enjoyable.

'Inception' is one of the most overhyped, overrated and pretentious films I've ever seen.

Entertainment value: 9 Visuals: 10 Soundtrack: 7 Plot: 9 World building and depth: 10 Characters and dialog 10 Total: 9The good: There are obviously so much good in this movie, the acting is superb, the intense heist setup, the dialog...

REVIEW: I think the movie delivers in the aspect of Sci-Fi and has a very intriguing story.

Waste of time.

An intriguing espionage storyline of a group of friends and business partners, able to infiltrate peoples dream states - for money - to unearth with careful strategy & cunning genius, even the most deeply buried secrets stored in the subconsious mind and manipulate the dreamer ...

The plot is intense, thrilling, mind-blowing, intelligent, duplicitous, ingenious, cathartic and has an ambiguous ending.

The concept of going into someone's subconscious seems kind of fascinating.

Boring and unbelievable .

So confusing and complex and boring!!

Far too much for my brain to handle really as I found it really hard to follow, maybe would be more suited towards someone who can concentrate for more than 5 minutes

The cinematography itself is breathtaking, with the addition of Nolan's great vision and the world class actors.

Inception is not only one of the most original films ever made, it is absolutely riveting stuff.

This is indeed a very exciting movie.

For someone like me, who've rarely slept without dream, it's so exciting watching how Christopher Nolan had illustrated every single characteristic of dream on the big screen.

I enjoyed it exactly the same as before, not learning anything new about the narrative.

It will have you on the edge of your seat.

a waste of time, just like inception.

A multi layered snooze fest and a reminder of how abysmal the DiCaprio's acting really is.

Multilayered plot, extended and uncovered narrative, core love story within a Sci-Fi context, character team dynamics that are fast paced and engaging, visuals that will lure your attention, and a depth of ideas that uncover a whole universe of possibiliy.

It's Stunning!

Fast paced story .

Arriving in early August in Morocco, a big unexpected success for the creators was the acquaintance with the local team, with whose help Hollywood partially took off more than one blockbuster in the territory of this African country.

Exciting and intriguing at the same time!

As the protagonist of the film, Leonardo DiCaprio delivered a solid and breathtaking performance.

Inception keeps you on the edge of your seats like nothing else, and it's gripping enough to get the audience feeling as though a single intake of breath would shatter the entire dynamic of the movie.

Nolan takes the nebulous psycho-analytical concept of dreams in his usual literal way, presenting a vision of the untamed subconscious as boring as an international action movie.

The music is unique and adds to the adrenaline-rushing tone of the film.

He further substantiated his status by conjuring movies like Insomnia, The Prestige, Batman Begins, and The Dark Knight.

This dumb waste of time take a single scientific factoid that has already been proven to be certainly untrue, interprets it in the most nonsensical way possible and weaves a convoluted narrative around that one hinge point to project an utterly flaccid one-dimensional and forced plot.

Inception is a story about dreams, how you can build anything you want, Nolan took 10 years to write the screenplay and it was definitely worth-while, this is one of the most mind-blowing, nail-biting, epic action packed science fiction movies of all time.

Even though the movie seems a bit confusing at times and it might have some plot holes like for e.

To conclude I emphasize that there are parts that could be done differently to make the film more enjoyable.

Overall, great movie, fun to watch, exciting and emotional in turns, and I think people can take away many different messages and themes.

An extremely clever, action packed and gripping movie that constantly leaves you on the edge of your seat, there is literally never a dull moment.

Few phenomena are more fascinating than dreams.

This movie will definitely keep you on the edge of your sit from the first second up to the very end.

The script was a mess and worst of all it was very boring!

Still, it's a riveting visual exploration of the surreal.

Although this film has quite a disjointed, distracting, difficult to follow start, and perhaps needed to leave the presumably theatrical-format lights-fading?

While the beginning was a little too slow for my liking, the movie did very well in terms of it's themes and foreshadowing, making the ending very effective.

There's something that feels pretentious about the character names chosen for the story.

The performances from DiCaprio and Hardy are strong and engaging, and Hans Zimmer does his magic with the score to create a thoroughly engrossing, action-packed movie.

The storyline is intense, there's a LOT of timeline jumps (which normally annoy the hell out of me), so you'll have to pay attention.

It is most likely that you have seen the most exciting movie in the theater in recent years.

All this is a combination of the greatest cinematic experience that Nolan dragged through all these years.

I actually felt bored at times.. And as far as the debate about the last scene is concerned it is an open ending doesn't matter it was reality or dream it depends on the viewer....

MIND BLOWING .

Fascinating film.

Inception is not only one of the most original films in recent months, it is absolutely riveting stuff.

The music makes the action more exciting and brings a lot more passion to the more emotional scenes.

Waste of time, but if you fast forward it and just see the "effects" you could avoid wasting your time.

Action packed.

This movie is both visually exciting and directorially interesting to watch.

This is definitely an exciting and one of a kind movie.

It's a breathtaking juggling act, and Nolan may have considered his "Memento" (2000) a warm-up; he apparently started this screenplay while filming that one.

All this is a combination of the greatest cinematic experience that Nolan dragged through all these years.

The soundtrack is a by-the-numbers Feel This Emotion Now tone cliche.

The action sequences are quite a ride as well as thrilling.

And coupled with length of over 2 hours, that makes watching this movie very demanding and energy intensive.

Smart, innovative, and thrilling, Inception is that rare summer blockbuster that succeeds viscerally as well as intellectually.

great entertaining movie overall and i think it'd be great for a family movie night, except really young children.

Mind blowing .

The movie was good from the beginning and it has a very intriguing plot along with some good action scenes.

It's a breathtaking juggling act, and Nolan may have considered his "Memento" (2000) a warm-up; he apparently started this screenplay while filming that one.

It's a science fiction film released in 2010 and written by undoubtedly one of the greatest directors in Hollywood, Christopher Nolan, the creator of such stunning films as 'Memento', 'The dark knight', Prestige' and 'Interstellar'.

Simply a pointless and unexciting movie to watch the two and half hours are gone in vain.

Very enjoyable .

Great actors, great screenplay and a great setting contributes to the most stunning movie in this decade and of all time.

The dramatic scenes of tension are EXHAUSTING where you actually get bored of them, and the pace of the scene is just frozen in a seizure.

The plot involves you in a fascinating world of dreams, and the intensity of the ending reflects wonderfully the intense experience of dreaming.

What should I do if I can't believe the pain of scratching my fingers, the satisfaction of filling my stomach, the humid heat between my fingers, the intense heartbeat when hugging, and the memories of happiness, sadness, and promise?

The movie is really exciting 2.

It's fast paced story keeps hooked to the screen.

Stunning cinematography, complex plot, brilliant action, hypnotic music, this film has it all.

Magnificent, powerful and with intense action.

I understand Leonardo and Joseph have dream entering technology, but how would you fall asleep within a dream?

it explored something fascinating in all the right ways, taken it in all the right directions (7 viewings, 5/15/2020)

Although it might relly to much on exposition, "Inception" is a mind blowing film with amazing visuals and action scenes and a fascinating script.

Movie was boring.

Nolan's oeuvre is definitely one of the most creative outpourings in commerce and cliche-ridden Hollywood.

Very confusing and I am really not a fan of DiCaprio, another overrated actor.

All of the action scenes are intense, the runtime and pacing is perfect, the performances are all wonderful, and the couple of jokes thrown in there get a laugh out of you.

Plausible, absorbing, and entertaining!

The second time you are totally immersed in the film you have been sucked from reality in to this film.

The plot line is really just confusing and messy, it makes the viewer think to much.

On the edge of your seat as they all come to and end.

Stylish and gripping.....

All this is a combination of the greatest cinematic experience that Nolan dragged through all these years.

Christopher Nolan's 'Inception' often gets a mention in many 'best films of all time' lists, despite the fact that this is probably one of the least rewarding and most pointless films I've ever watched.

It's worth watching.

Too long, plotholes, confusing and much luck just to work every little detail-not realistic.

Amazing,Mind blowing film .

This is one of my favourite films its so intense but thrilling!

Hans Zimmer's perfectionist composition of the OST and the beautiful creation of dream worlds is simply fascinating.

Memento, The Prestige, Dark Knight and now Inception: Nolan's oeuvre is definitely one of the most creative outpourings in commerce and cliche-ridden Hollywood.

It is most likely that you have seen the most exciting movie in the theater in recent years.

Mind boggling .

Really very interesting movie unpredictable each and every turn in movie below your mind.

The good actors, and the stunning cinematography made this film to one of my all time favourites!

This was no better than any of Nolan's other hack films he's made, like the Barman movies or INTERSTELLAR, and it drags on for way too long, which is why I'll never watch it again.

Honestly just mind blowing .

MIND BLOWING .

It is a mind blowing experience to watch the movie.

Well worth the watch.

As an actor, filmmaker and writer myself, I can relate to the amount of time I think it took Christopher Nolan to write this and put it on the page and make it smart and compelling and innovative.

BORING .

Boring dreams - dull performances - really irritating noisey soundtrack that drowns our the dialogue.

it's a really fascinating masterpiece.

Brilliant, but intense...

Overall, the suspenseful performance of Nolan's movie is quite good, especially in the 2010 era.

They are visually stunning setpieces to be sure.

Wannabee matrix in a confusing package.

This movie is confusing in terms of how wide spread the use of inception tech is.

This movie is mind bending, thrilling and unique so I suggest you don't miss it..

A mind blowing masterpiece of Christopher Nolan....

Some scenes were so confusing.

" Within twenty minutes of the film's somewhat intriguing intro, I knew not only how it would end-I also pretty much knew how we were getting there.

Action-packed suspenseful.

Unmitigated Pretentious Claptrap .

It always pulls me back from the intense and exciting plot.

But recently, I watched Avengers: Endgame which has 3 hours of running time.

Dreams are always a fascinating thing for us.

The love story had me on the edge of my seat.

Worth watching.

It was really confusing.

Hard to follow .

Plot- The plot of the movie is amazing and gives you the best thrilling experience.

It will only hinder your enjoyment and waste your time.

Simply thrilling!

Brilliant visuals, mesmerizing performances, and an engaging plot.

Rubbish Make Me Fell Sleep And Boring!

The end result is an extremely entertaining movie that had me at the edge of my seat for the entire runtime.

This movie is mind blowing full of twists until the very end.

It's a concept that's taken to its thrilling logical conclusion in Inception (2010), as writer/director Christopher Nolan spins out a tale of action, love, loss and intrigue on a grand scale.

All the characters are really likeable and the story is fun and exciting.

This is a great film, made very well, acted very well, with intrigue and good plot, not to slack and not to confusing, just at the right level, It starts off "hitting the ground running" and doesn't let up, the last 30 minutes have you on the edge of your seat, yes 30 mins!

The story takes you in a journey through Nolan's view on dream world and never makes you bored, it's extremely interesting with wonderful pace, it's fun, thrilling and ends in one of the best ending scenes ever made.

And the action itself is so painstakingly dull that I could not imagine watching it again.

Well what can I say about this movie except absolutely stunning and clever, I love the idea that you can hack people's dream and create a whole world in a dream, my second favourite Nolan movie after the dark night.

It is a beautiful masterpiece showcased with breathtaking visuals, tear-jerking acting, and a meaningful plot that transcends religion as well as culture.

People rating this movie so highly really haven't looked at this movie objectively at the substance of the movie or its characters, or the MANY, MAAAANY holes in the story, or just how cliche the entire premise and story is.

One of the mind blowing cinema .

It was really just a boring action film.

Probably the most exciting movie you have seen in a cinema in recent years

At each level of the dream, perceived time passes several times slower than real time.

Very confusing.

I see this movie few time because was fascinating for me.

Incredibly suspenseful movie!

In this incredible Christopher Nolan film, the mystery, soundtrack and promise of more makes it a gripping tale of progress, defeat, mystery and understanding.

Thrilling & trippy, it mimics the complexity of the different levels of the dream state perfectly.

The movie has incredible scenes that explain very accurately the idea of the movie so there is no need to explain more the situation with dialogues because it makes it tiring and boring.

From the premise of the movie, the ending, it was cliche and tiresome to the point of annoyance.

What I disliked: It's so fast paced that it feels rushed and grew tiresome in parts.

Dreams, dreams in dreams, dreams and reality are intricate, and movies that you can read even if you burn your brain a few times are worth watching.

He just wants to get home to his family but he is stalled in a dangerous voyage of his own undertaking, having to fight battles and outsmart unexpected adversaries in his latest victim's unconscious mind.

The concept is original, the action is entertaining, the cinematography is top notch, and for all the brilliant and memorable moments, there are plenty of plot holes, and a whoooole lot of exposition.

Sometimes it can be entertaining and sometimes it can be disturbing or weird.

While watching the movie, I was totally immersed in it.

It's a breathtaking juggling act, and Nolan may have considered his "Memento" (2000) a warm-up;

I kept falling asleep and missed second half .

Both of these problems can be rectified with a slow burn narrative.

Inception is a great, exciting and tense melodrama.

' After the first 30 minutes of this immensely overrated fantasy I was bored out of my mind.

Truly a superb, indifferent film that makes our dreams and reality cross in unexpected ways.

Mind blowing.

Strange and somewhat confusing tale on a group of individuals who can enter their dreams and those of others and manipulate them into reality.

The supporting cast is very, very strong as well, this includes Molly which as a character makes the movie even more engaging.

Inception is a really fun movie, and I very much enjoyed it when I saw it in 2010, before it became a "must see" movie.

Even the scenes with Cobb and Mal were boring and unimpactful.

With the 2 other people I watched this movie with, I asked them both to name one other characters name in this movie 5 minutes after we walked out of it.

An intentionally complex and non-linear storyline is not smart, but pretentious filmmaking.

Much like my own most enjoyable recurring dreams, it seems to mutate subtly to feel ephemeral and, at the same time, everlasting in its impact.

in a similar way, that during the convoluted planning and setting up of the planned indirect contributors to the target's future decision-making, far too much scene camerawork was focused on their control over someone else's dream, the person no doubt having to strain their normal levels of dream activity, to compensate for all the extra activity when handling so much more, from multiple people's input / synchronizations, etc.-----------i had to take points off from 10, for the difficulty in following scenes that SEEM clean-cut enough, that you try to follow them in detail, when more blurring, focus-shifting, perspective elongating / optics-effects, etc. could have DRAGGED the audience along with looking-forwards in the direction of the characters own realizations about the progression of their plan a little like a 3rd person view in computer games perhaps,.. sometimes along floors, or camerawork like in thrillers or psychodelia types movies from the 60s-80s, to make it SEEM more like a dream.

Christopher Nolan's mind blowing Sci-Fi epic adventure.

All the possibilities of today's (2010) technology in service of a thrilling story.

Simply Breathtaking .

The directing is amazing and makes the movie entertaining right to the end.