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Inception

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  1. Inception is a pretty recent film () and after seeing how great Dunkirk and Dark Knight looked on 4K, I was really excited to see how this one looked! In some areas, there is a nice upgrade noticeable! Textures look really good, it's got a fine level of grain that isn't distracting.. but other shots seem to be soft.. lacking sharpness and.
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  3. Limbo, as it is referred to in the dream realm, is an expanse of infinite raw subconscious. Limbo exists as a shared space that is not dreamt by any one of the individuals dreaming together, but is a shared space where any one of the minds sharing the dream can make drastic alterations of any kind without limits or obstacles. Because of the apparent lack of limitations, limbo is a dimension.
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  5. Inception is the apotheosis of Nolan's directorial signature whereby he seeks to merge ingenious narratives containing weighty psychological themes with genre-inflected cinema.
  6. Inception succeeds on multiple levels thanks to it's brilliant script, wonderful direction and outstanding effects - all of which come together to create a unique, surreal experience unseen in 87%.
  7. Inception definition, beginning; start; commencement. See more. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co.
  8. Violence in Inception is tricky to tally. At times we see real men get hurt or killed. But much of the violence is perpetuated in dream worlds, where the people we see are not real, but manifestations of the subject's subconscious. As a result, the "real" body count is surprisingly low (at least for a film that wields this much intensity.

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