i know screened.com exists but damn was this movie something to behold! this is the reason why movies were made and is film making at its finest
Just watched it today and I loved it! It's my favorite movie this year. For a complex concept, it's very straightforward and also philosophical about the concepts of reality and truth. Awesome! I've been reading some discussions about others' take on the ending and overall story. :)
Simply put, I thought the movie was both stupid and awesome. There are lots of things that are unexplainable within the movie's "logic," but all of the crazy mind-bending visual set-ups were unique enough to keep me interested. When one of the actors-in the middle of the movie-has to say "Wait, what's going on" just so they can explain to the audience, that's a clear sign that a movie doesn't skillfully or clearly present it's story. It didn't help that the movie ruined its premise by turning it into a hackneyed gimmick.
This movie was fucking amazing. I was expecting it to be good and exciting but man, was it intense! And it had you thinking, keeping track of shit, wondering about shit you would do. I loved it. It is one of those movies that are so good you want to see again, but don't know if you can handle it.
" @Zajtalan: after seeing people call The Dark Knight / District 9 "something to behold", people's opinions no longer mean shit and lost their credibility to me.. its traumatic however, im going with 2 friends by the end of this week to watch Inception :) and buy Uncharted 2 on my way "If you have a problem with people saying The Dark Knight and District 9 are good movies then you seriously have some issues because there are WAYYYYY worse modern movies these days. You should call it traumatic when people say how much they love Transformers or even Predators.
This movie was fucking amazing. I was expecting it to be good and exciting but man, was it intense! And it had you thinking, keeping track of shit, wondering about shit you would do. I loved it. It is one of those movies that are so good you want to see again, but don't know if you can handle it."
Saw it yesterday and I really liked it. It started out kind of slow, but it picked up after awhile and got incredibly interesting, and while complex, it wasn't half as confusing as people are making it out to be. It pretty much lays everything it wants you to know right out in front of you early on. I loved the score the film had and I thought Joseph Gordon Levitt was particularly bad-ass in it. I definitely wouldn't mind seeing it again.
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