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  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Mystery | Sci-Fi | Thriller
  • Release Date: 16 July 2010 (UK)
  • Runtime: 148 min
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  • IMDb page: Inception (2010) Movie Free Online
  • Rate: 8.8/10 total 849,435 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Mystery | Sci-Fi | Thriller
  • Release Date: 16 July 2010 (UK)
  • Runtime: 148 min
  • Filming Location: 1240 S Hope St, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Budget: $160,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $292,568,851 (USA) (31 December 2010)
  • Director: Christopher Nolan
  • Stars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Hans Zimmer   
  • Soundtrack: Aboun Salehoun
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | DTS | SDDS
  • Plot Keyword: Dream | Children | Subconscious | Corporate Espionage | Fugitive

Inception (2010) Writing Credits By:

  • Christopher Nolan (written by)

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  • In an interview with ‘Entertainment Weekly’, Christopher Nolan explained that he based roles of the Inception team similar to roles that are used in filmmaking – Cobb is the director, Arthur is the producer, Ariadne is the production designer, Eames is the actor, Saito is the studio, and Fischer is the audience. “In trying to write a team-based creative process, I wrote the one I know,” said Nolan. 6 of 7 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The Édith Piaf song “Non, je ne regrette rien” is used as a plot device. Marion Cotillard played Piaf in La Vie en Rose. Christopher Nolan has stated that this is “pure coincidence”. After Cotillard was cast Nolan intended to change the song to eliminate speculation on the subject, but composer Hans Zimmer persuaded him to keep it. 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • “Yusuf” is the Arabic form of “Joseph”, the Biblical figure from Genesis 37-50, who had the gift of interpreting dreams. He was sold out by his brothers to slavery. Through his gift of dream interpretation he helped Pharaoh to prepare for the disaster of the “seven lean years” and was rewarded as a result. The same story is also told in the Koran. 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Christopher Nolan first pitched the film to Warner Bros. after the completion of his third feature, Insomnia, and was met with approval from the studio. However, it was not yet written at the time, and Nolan determined that rather than writing it as an assignment, it would be more suitable to his working style if he wrote it as a spec script and then presented it to the studio whenever it was completed. So he went off to write it, thinking it would take “a couple of months”, but it ultimately took nearly eight years. 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The fifth Christopher Nolan movie (out of the seven) to enter the IMDb Top 250, along with Memento, Batman Begins, The Prestige, The Dark Knight. 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In the city scene on the first level of the dream with Fischer, the state motto on the license plates of the cars reads “The Alternate State”. 2 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Contrary to popular belief, Hans Zimmer did not compose the music that appears in the third trailer for this film. The track, titled “Mind Heist”, was actually composed by Zack Hemsey. 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt performed all but one of his own stunts during the fight scene in the spinning hallway. 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Just as Cillian Murphy’s character was named Robert Fischer as a tribute to champion chess player Bobby Fischer, his father’s (Pete Postlethwaite) character is named Maurice Fischer as an homage to artist M.C. Escher (full name Maurits Cornelis Escher), whose art was clearly an inspiration for many of the special effects in the film. 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The barrel chairs in Saito’s dining room were designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1937 for Wingspread, the Herbert Johnson house in Wisconsin. Saito sits at the head of the table in a copy of the Willow Chair designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1903. This further plays on the Architect theme that is prevalent throughout the movie. 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Continuity: When Arthur and Ariadne are looking at the hotel rooms in the second layer of dreams, Ariadne's bun keeps moving from the back of her head to the top of her head.

Inception (2010) Plot: A skilled extractor is offered a chance to regain his old life as payment for a task considered to be impossible. Full summary »  »

Inception (2010) Story: Dom Cobb is a skilled thief, the absolute best in the dangerous art of extraction, stealing valuable secrets from deep within the subconscious during the dream state, when the mind is at its most vulnerable. Cobb’s rare ability has made him a coveted player in this treacherous new world of corporate espionage, but it has also made him an international fugitive and cost him everything he has ever loved. Now Cobb is being offered a chance at redemption. One last job could give him his life back but only if he can accomplish the impossible-inception. Instead of the perfect heist, Cobb and his team of specialists have to pull off the reverse: their task is not to steal an idea but to plant one. If they succeed, it could be the perfect crime. But no amount of careful planning or expertise can prepare the team for the dangerous enemy that seems to predict their every move. An enemy that only Cobb could have seen coming. Written byWarner Bros. Pictures

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  • Zakaria Alaoui known as line producer: Morocco (as Zak Alaoui)
  • John Bernard known as line producer: France
  • Chris Brigham known as executive producer
  • Jordan Goldberg known as co-producer
  • Thomas Hayslip known as associate producer: Canada
  • Christopher Nolan known as producer
  • Kanjiro Sakura known as producer: Cross Media, Inc., Japan
  • Yoshikuni Taki known as producer: Wave Media Inc., Japan
  • Emma Thomas known as producer
  • Thomas Tull known as executive producer

Watch Inception (2010) Movie Free FullCast & Crew:

  • Leonardo DiCaprio known as Cobb
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt known as Arthur
  • Ellen Page known as Ariadne
  • Tom Hardy known as Eames
  • Ken Watanabe known as Saito
  • Dileep Rao known as Yusuf
  • Cillian Murphy known as Robert Fischer
  • Tom Berenger known as Browning
  • Marion Cotillard known as Mal
  • Pete Postlethwaite known as Maurice Fischer
  • Michael Caine known as Miles
  • Lukas Haas known as Nash
  • Tai-Li Lee known as Tadashi
  • Claire Geare known as Phillipa (3 years)
  • Magnus Nolan known as James (20 months)
  • Taylor Geare known as Phillipa (5 years)
  • Johnathan Geare known as James (3 years)
  • Tohoru Masamune known as Japanese Security Guard
  • Yuji Okumoto known as Saito's Attendant
  • Earl Cameron known as Elderly Bald Man
  • Ryan Hayward known as Lawyer
  • Miranda Nolan known as Flight Attendant
  • Russ Fega known as Cab Driver
  • Tim Kelleher known as Thin Man
  • Talulah Riley known as Blonde
  • Nicolas Clerc known as Bridge Sub Con
  • Coralie Dedykere known as Bridge Sub Con
  • Silvie Laguna known as Bridge Sub Con
  • Virgile Bramly known as Bridge Sub Con
  • Jean-Michel Dagory known as Bridge Sub Con
  • Helena Cullinan known as Penrose Sub Con
  • Mark Fleischmann known as Penrose Sub Con
  • Shelley Lang known as Penrose Sub Con
  • Adam Cole known as Bar Sub Con
  • Jack Murray known as Bar Sub Con
  • Kraig Thornber known as Bar Sub Con
  • Angela Nathenson known as Bar Sub Con
  • Natasha Beaumont known as Bar Sub Con
  • Marc Raducci known as Lobby Sub Con
  • Carl Gilliard known as Lobby Sub Con
  • Jill Maddrell known as Lobby Sub Con
  • Alex Lombard known as Lobby Sub Con
  • Nicole Pulliam known as Lobby Sub Con
  • Peter Basham known as Fischer's Jet Captain
  • Michael Gaston known as Immigration Officer
  • Felix Scott known as Businessman
  • Andrew Pleavin known as Businessman
  • Lisa Reynolds known as Private Nurse
  • Jason Tendell known as Fischer's Driver
  • Jack Gilroy known as Old Cobb
  • Shannon Welles known as Old Mal
  • Michael August known as LAX Passenger (uncredited)
  • Kenneth Mark Bhan known as Mombasan Gambler (uncredited)
  • John Ceallach known as LAX Passenger (uncredited)
  • Youlanda Davis known as Mombasan Cashier (uncredited)
  • Zachary Christopher Fay known as Extra (uncredited)
  • Daniel Girondeaud known as Bridge Sub Con (uncredited)
  • Andrew Hoagland known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Seong-hwan Jo known as Japanese Landing Crew (uncredited)
  • Alonzo F. Jones known as Mombasan Casino Staff (uncredited)
  • Mobin Khan known as Mombasa Casino Cashier (uncredited)
  • John Lawson known as Street Person (uncredited)
  • Jean-Christophe Leger known as French Student (uncredited)
  • Natalie Nastulczykova known as LAX Passenger (uncredited)
  • Scott Pretty known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Benjamin Riley known as Bridge Sub Con (uncredited)
  • Norman Saleet known as Airport Patron (uncredited)
  • Colin Smith known as Airport Patron (uncredited)
  • Affan Tareen known as Denison (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department: Inception (2010)
  • Luisa Abel known as makeup department head
  • Janice Alexander known as hair department head
  • Elena Arroy known as additional makeup artist
  • Terry Baliel known as key hair stylist
  • Kathryn Blondell known as hair stylist: Mr. DiCaprio (as Kathryn L. Blondell)
  • Carlton Coleman known as special makeup lab: Bodies
  • Maggie Elliott known as makeup artist (as Maggie E. Elliott)
  • Connie Grayson Criswell known as contact lens technician (as Connie Grayson)
  • Sian Grigg known as makeup artist: Mr. DiCaprio
  • Chris Grondin known as special effects technician: WM Creations
  • Joel Harlow known as key prosthetics makeup artist
  • Teressa Hill known as additional hair stylist
  • Matthew Jorgensen known as makeup lab: painter WM Creations
  • Michael Shawn McCracken known as special makeup effects sculptor
  • Matthew W. Mungle known as makeup lab: bodies
  • Sharon O'Brien known as key hair stylist
  • Koji Ohmura known as special makeup lab effects: bodies: WM Creations
  • Fulvio Pozzobon known as hair stylist
  • Florence Roumieu known as additional makeup artist
  • Justin Stafford known as special hair pieces
  • Estelle Tolstoukine known as hair stylist
  • Jay Wejebe known as key makeup artist
  • Aya Yabuuchi known as makeup artist
  • Frédérique Arguello known as hair stylist (uncredited)

Inception (2010) Art Department:

  • Charlsey Adkins known as set decoration coordinator
  • Damon Allison known as prop shop supervisor
  • Rich Andrade known as set dresser
  • Dominique Arcadio known as art researcher
  • Abdellah Baadil known as assistant art director
  • Tamar Barnoon known as assistant set decorator
  • Jim Barr known as set designer
  • Sarena Bhargava known as sculptor
  • Mark Bialuski known as propmaker
  • Scott Bobbitt known as leadman
  • Mike Bomar known as paint foreman
  • Nicolas Brechat known as swing gang
  • Sophie Bridgman known as art department assistant
  • Matthew Broderick known as props
  • Bryan Buckler known as welding foreman
  • Tim C Campbell known as paint coordinator: Canada
  • David Carberry known as painter
  • Graham Caulfield known as drapesmaster
  • Aric Cheng known as set designer
  • Clinton Wade Childress known as art department assistant
  • Paul Christopher known as concept artist
  • Lisa Chugg known as set decorator: United Kingdom
  • David Cohen known as mold shop supervisor
  • James Collins known as draughtsman
  • Dawn-Anne Coulson known as construction buyer
  • Richard Crain known as gangboss
  • Rossana De Cicco known as painter
  • Hélène Dubreuil known as set decorator: second unit
  • Karim Elamri known as props
  • William Eliscu known as graphic designer
  • James Enright known as props
  • Houman Eshraghi known as story board artist
  • Zachary Fannin known as graphic designer
  • Robert Fechtman known as set designer
  • Glenn Forbes known as assistant property master
  • Sara Gardner-Gail known as buyer
  • Erick Garibay known as assistant property master
  • Neil Garland known as propmaker gangboss
  • Philippe Gaulier known as digital matte painter
  • Barry Gibbs known as propmaster
  • Hayley Gibbs known as props assistant
  • Carmine Goglia known as stand-by painter
  • Eugene Gogowich known as lead greensman
  • Shelly Goldsack known as property master: Canada
  • Dean Goodine known as props assistant
  • Matthew Gray known as stand-by art director
  • Tommy Gutman known as assistant props
  • Gabriel Hardman known as storyboard artist
  • Darcy Healy known as labourer
  • Paul Healy known as set decorator: Canada
  • J. Bryan Holloway known as supervising sculptor
  • Trey Howard known as prop shopper
  • Geoff Hubbard known as hod carpenter
  • Crystal Husum known as paint foreman
  • Bill Ives known as art director: Canada
  • Abdenabi Izlaguen known as props buyer
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  • Thomas Jones known as props
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  • Jonas Kirk known as construction coordinator
  • Chris Kitisakkul known as assistant art director
  • Jason Knox-Johnston known as art director: United Kingdom (as Jason Knox Johnston)
  • Helen Kozora known as set decoration buyer
  • Paul Laugier known as art director: United Kingdom
  • Jennifer Lewicki known as art department coordinator
  • Loyola Lewis known as scenic painter
  • Scott Maginnis known as property master
  • Jason Mahakian known as concept model maker
  • Melanie Mahoney known as miniature painter
  • Tony Marks known as carpenter
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  • Amanda Moss Serino known as assistant set decorator
  • Tiara Motem known as props
  • Adam Mull known as model maker
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  • Charlotte Raybourn known as art department coordinator
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  • Malcolm Roberts known as construction coordinator
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  • Matt Sims known as assistant art director
  • Danny Smith known as stand-by stagehand
  • Eric Smith known as paint foreman
  • Gene Starzenski known as construction medic
  • Derek Steenstra known as constuction laborer
  • Jon Stein known as art assistant
  • Sophie Tarver known as propmaker
  • Gregor Telfer known as props
  • Rebecca Thomas known as assistant prop buyer
  • Daniel Thompson known as carpenter
  • Andy Thomson known as art director: United Kingdom
  • Bradley Torbett known as dressing propman
  • Bryan Turk known as propmaker gang boss
  • Caroline Vion known as props buyer
  • Frank Walsh known as supervising art director: United Kingdom
  • Pete Washburn known as set dresser
  • Mark Weber known as general foreman
  • Mark Weber known as propmaker foreman
  • James Weeks known as props assistant: Canada
  • Nathaniel West known as concept artist
  • Kevin Wheeler known as storeman
  • Luke Whitelock known as junior draftsman
  • Cale Wilbanks known as art department archivist
  • Dale Wilmarth known as mold shop foreman
  • Liloa Wong known as greens foreman
  • Ben Woodworth known as painter
  • Mark Woodworth known as painter gangboss
  • Marcel Worch known as general foreman
  • Matt Wynne known as draughtsman
  • Michael Biggie known as prop painter (uncredited)
  • Val Drake known as sculptor (uncredited)
  • Jimmy Flores known as propmaker (uncredited)
  • David Gray known as stand-by rigger (uncredited)
  • Rohan Harris known as scenic artist (uncredited)
  • Gregory S. Hooper known as set designer (uncredited)
  • Matthew King known as assistant food stylist (uncredited)
  • Ray Maxwell known as propmaker gangboss (uncredited)
  • Gary Metzen known as painter (uncredited)
  • Eddie Murphy known as carpenter (uncredited)
  • Anthony Szuch known as drapesman (uncredited)
  • Jack White known as food stylist (uncredited)

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  • Warner Bros. (presentation)
  • Legendary Pictures (in association with)
  • Syncopy

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  • Allan Padelford Camera Cars  camera equipment provided by (MTV)
  • Air Hollywood  additional props (uncredited)
  • Audiolink Radio Communications  walkie talkies
  • BT Industrial Supply  expendables
  • Bender ET  GFCI shock protection provided by
  • Canada Film Capital  tax incentive consulting services (uncredited)
  • Casting Collective  extras casting
  • Central Casting  extras casting
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Chef Robért Catering  catering (Los Angeles)
  • Compuhire  computer playback (UK)
  • Cross Media  production services: Japan (uncredited)
  • Digital Media Services (DMS)  digital marketing asset management
  • Digital Vortechs  Avid editing equipment provided by
  • Direct Tools & Fasteners  expendables
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
  • Executive Assurance  security
  • Filmtools  expendables
  • Gallagher Entertainment  insurance (uncredited)
  • Ghostlight Industries  picture vehicles
  • Go For Locations  locations equipment rentals
  • Kodak  motion picture film supplied by
  • London Session Orchestra, The  orchestra (uncredited)
  • Mediscene  medical equipment
  • Movie Lot, The  UK security
  • Movie Movers  hair and make-up trailers
  • PJF Productions  titles
  • Panalux  lighting equipment
  • Panavision  cameras and lenses
  • Paramount Transportation Services  transportation services
  • Peninsula Films  production services: France (as Peninsula Film)
  • Reprise Records  soundtrack
  • Rockbottom Rentals  junxion box rentals
  • Rockbottom Rentals  walkie rentals
  • Salon  Avid Nitris DX rental
  • Star Waggons  cast trailers
  • Translux  facilities
  • Warner Bros. Studio Facilities  post production services
  • WaterTower Music  soundtrack
  • West Trend Apartments  accommodation agent
  • William F. White International  grip and lighting equipment
  • Zak Productions  production services: Morocco
  • tacticalproshop.com  tactical equipment

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  • Columbia TriStar Warner Filmes de Portugal (2010) (Portugal) (theatrical)
  • Continental Film (2010) (Slovakia) (theatrical)
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  • Forum Cinemas (2010) (Estonia) (theatrical)
  • Forum Cinemas (2010) (Latvia) (theatrical)
  • Garsu Pasaulio Irasai (2010) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
  • InterComFilm (2010) (Romania) (theatrical)
  • Karo Premiere (2010) (Russia) (theatrical)
  • Sandrew Metronome Distribution Sverige AB (2010) (Sweden) (theatrical)
  • Sandrew Metronome Distribution (2010) (Finland) (theatrical)
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  • Village Films (2010) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Entertainment (2010) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2010) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2010) (Belgium) (theatrical)
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  • Warner Bros. (2010) (Czech Republic) (theatrical)
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  • Warner Bros. (2010) (France) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2010) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2010) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2010) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2010) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Home Box Office (HBO) (2011) (USA) (TV)
  • SBS6 (2013) (Netherlands) (TV)
  • Turner Broadcasting System (TBS) (2011) (USA) (TV)
  • Warner Bros. Entertainment Finland Oy (2010) (Finland) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
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  • Edward Andrews known as digital paint artist: Double Negative
  • Edward Andrews known as rotoscope artist: Double Negative
  • Arild Anfinnsen known as digital lighting artist: Double Negative
  • Tim Angulo known as miniature director of photography: New Deal Studios (as Timothy E. Angulo)
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  • Stewart Ash known as visual effects: Double Negative
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  • Keziah Bailey known as texture artist: Double Negative
  • Michael Bain known as texture artist: Double Negative (as Mike Bain)
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  • Daniel Baldwin known as matchmove supervisor: Double Negative
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  • Dane K. Barney known as research and development: Double Negative
  • Bruno Baron known as digital lighting supervisor: Double Negative
  • Pete Bebb known as visual effects supervisor: Double Negative (as Peter Bebb)
  • Susanne Becker known as compositor: Double Negative
  • James Benson known as lead lighting artist: Double Negative
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  • Sourajit Bhattacharya known as visual effects
  • Luke Bigley known as rotoscope artist: Double Negative
  • Muhittin Bilginer known as visual effects technical director: Double Negative
  • Stephen Borneman known as lighting technical director
  • Romain Bouvard known as digital compositor
  • E.M. Bowen known as production manager: New Deal Studios
  • Vanessa Boyce known as CG supervisor
  • Paul Boyd known as visual effects artist
  • Paul Brannan known as lighting technical director
  • Paul Brannan known as visual effects: Double Negative
  • Danielle Brooks known as lead fx artist: Double Negative
  • Mikael Brosset known as digital modeller: Double Negative
  • Lester Brown known as rotoscope artist: Double Negative
  • Nik Brownlee known as digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Richard Burnside known as matchmove artist: Double Negative
  • Paul Burton known as digital lighting artist: Double Negative
  • Astrid Busser-Casas known as compositing sequence supervisor
  • Huseyin Caner known as technical manager
  • Tom Carrick known as digital lighting artist: Double Negative (as Thomas Carrick)
  • Dominic Carus known as visual effects artist: Double Negative
  • Michael Cashmore known as matchmove artist: Double Negative
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  • Kamelia Chabane known as rotoscope artist: Double Negative
  • Bimla Chall known as compositor: Double Negative
  • Mike Chambers known as visual effects producer
  • Vincent Chang known as roto and paint artist: Double Negative
  • Vanessa Chiara known as dmr production coordinator: IMAX
  • Dan Churchill known as rotoscope artist: Double Negative
  • Kirsty Clark known as digital compositor (as Kirsty Lamb)
  • Jeff Clifford known as software development: Double Negative
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  • Will Correia known as digital modeller: Double Negative
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  • Samual Dawes known as roto/prep artist: Double Negative (as Sam Dawes)
  • Graham Day known as digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Dimitri Delacovias known as matte painter: Double Negative (as Dimitri Delecovias)
  • Joe Dennis known as matchmove artist
  • Noah DePietro known as model maker
  • Ben Dick known as digital paint artist: Double Negative
  • Ben Dick known as rotoscope artist: Double Negative
  • Yoav Dolev known as roto/paint artist: Double Negative
  • Andi Dorfan known as digital compositor: Double Negative
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  • Paul Ducker known as digital lighting artist: Double Negative
  • Matthew Eberle known as visual effects production assistant: Los Angeles
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  • Charlie H. Ellis known as rotoscope artist: Double Negative (as Charlie Ellis)
  • Stephen Ellis known as cg lighting artist: Double Negative
  • Huw J. Evans known as lighting technical director: Double Negative (as Huw Evans)
  • Nina Fallon known as visual effects associate producer: Double Negative
  • Stuart Farley known as CG supervisor
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10 Comments

  1. Simon Bradley from United Kingdom
    19 Oct 2013, 5:23 am

    I'd like to keep my review rather to the point.

    Pros: 1. its theme – dream is a fascinating topic to say the least.There are a lot of unknowns in dreamworld.

    2. its plot – there are several sweet twists and unpredictable turns.

    3. its edgy drive – although you know what's coming next, still youfeel jumpy about it when it does.

    4. its rapid storyline – the story moves fast from one scene toanother, making the viewers feel like on a roller coaster ride. Attimes, it's hard to keep up, even after watching it several times.

    5. its sophistication – there is a lot of information to remember anddigest. This is the very thing the modern moviegoers are after, Ibelieve.

    6. its realism – okay, pun intended. The movie explains (or at leasttries to) the ins and outs of what dream is about and how it functions,some of which are very familiar with and dear to us.

    Cons: 1. its poor character development – although the acting wasconvincing enough there was not enough of character development. Iwonder how many people really felt connected to the main character(s)after watching the movie. Yes, the movie talks about emotionalstruggles but it was more of an action film than anything else, if youask me.

    2. too many distractions – I found that the movie had more charactersthan necessary. They may play certain roles in the plot but they seemedmore of distractions than anything else. I wish the movie was morefocused.

    3. a bit preachy – I noticed that the characters would explain thingsabout dreamworld and then the exact things happen later in the movie.I'm afraid, Inception overused this trick.

    In conclusion, its theme is fascinating but its delivery is not withoutroom for improvement.

    I highly recommend you to go and read Somewhere carnal over 40 winks,if you dig this kind of flicks.

    Cheers!

  2. Naman Kapur from India
    19 Oct 2013, 5:23 am

    What is the most resilient parasite? An Idea! Yes, Nolan has createdsomething with his unbelievably, incredibly and god- gifted mind whichwill blow the minds of the audience away. The world premiere of themovie, directed by Hollywood's most inventive dreamers, was shown inLondon and has already got top notch reviews worldwide and has scoredmaximum points! Now the question arises what the movie has that itdeserve all this?

    Dom Cobb(Di Caprio) is an extractor who is paid to invade the dreams ofvarious business tycoons and steal their top secret ideas. Cobb robsforcefully the psyche with practiced skill, though he's increasinglyhaunted by the memory of his late wife, Mal (Marion Cotillard), who hasa nasty habit of showing up in his subconscious and wreaking havoc onhis missions. Cobb had been involved so much in his heist work that hehad lost his love!

    But then, as fate had decided, a wealthy business man Saito( KenWatanabe) hands over the responsibility of dissolving the empire of hisbusiness rival Robert Fischer Jr.(Cillian Murphy). But this time hisjob was not to steal the idea but to plant a new one: 'Inception'

    Then what happens is the classic heist movie tradition. To carry outthe the task, Cobb's 'brainiac' specialists team up again with him,Arthur (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), his longtime organizer; Tom Hardy(Eames), a "forger" who can shapeshift at will; and Yusuf (Dileep Rao),a powerful sedative supplier.

    There is only one word to describe the cinematography, the set designsand the special effects, and that is Exceptional! You don't just watchthe scenes happening, you feel them. The movie is a real thrill ride.The action scenes are well picturised and the music by Hans Zimmer iselectronically haunting. Never, in the runtime of the movie, you willget a chance to move your eyes from the screen to any other object.

    Leonardo, who is still popularly known for Jack Dawson played by him inTitanic, should be relieved as his role as Dom Cobb will be rememberedforever. His performance may or may not fetch him an Oscar but it willbe his finest performance till date. The supporting cast too did anextraordinary work. Christopher Nolan, ah! what a man he is. His workis nothing less than a masterpiece and he deserves all the awards inthe 'Best Director' category. If "Inception" is a metaphysical puzzle,it's also a metaphorical one: It's hard not to draw connections betweenCobb's dream-weaving and Nolan's film making, intended to seduce us,mess with our heads and leave an ever-lasting impression.

    To conclude, I would just say before your life ends, do yourself afavor by experiencing this exceptionally lucid classic created byNolan!

    My Rating: 10/10

    Thanks & Regards

  3. D_Burke from United States
    19 Oct 2013, 5:23 am

    Films about dreams and the subconscious are usually not verystraightforward and almost always weird. "Inception" is no exception tothat rule, but like its cinematic predecessors who have explored thecontrast between and the questions of what is real and what is illusion(i.e. "The Matrix" (1999), "The Cell" (2000), "Abre Los Ojos" (1997) &its American remake "Vanilla Sky" (2001)), you really can't look away,nor should you.

    "Inception" is an excellent and breathtaking movie that may be one ofthe only films released so far during the Summer of 2010 that lives upto its hype. It is a nearly perfect and highly original film that holdsyour attention until the credits roll. The less you know about thismovie going in, the more you will be entranced by seeing it.

    Leonardo DiCaprio plays Dom Cobb, a world class criminal who, with thehelp of a team of sleep experts, works his way into people'ssubconscious and steals what people value most: ideas directly fromtheir minds. In his last assignment to possibly clear his name, he isassigned not to steal an idea from someone, but to plant one insidethat person's mind. The difficulty comes when certain people aretrained to block their ideas from being taken.

    That plot summary only covers the basics of this pretty complicatedstory, but to describe every plot detail would take away the magic ofthis film you must see yourself to believe. DiCaprio is good in hisrole, but unlike many other films he has starred in, this is perhapshis only role where his character alone does not carry the weight ofthe movie on his shoulders or share it equally with one other co-star.Instead, this great ensemble cast teams together to make this moviework, just as their characters collaborate to pull off such a uniqueheist. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page, and Tom Hardy are especiallygood in their roles.

    The special effects in this film were also very good, which is amazingconsidering their simplicity compared to the "Matrix" movies. There areslow-motion shots, but no impossible kung fu fighting sequences. It'sespecially interesting when the film gets into the architecture ofcertain dreams, and impossible sequences are filmed in a way I've neverseen other than in drawings.

    However, the special effects would mean nothing if the story wasn'tgood. For this reason, even something as simple as a spinning top holdsyour attention in a way you would never think it would when seeing itin this film. The credit here can be given to writer and directorChristopher Nolan, who has not made a bad film yet. There are manytwists and turns in this film, but Nolan never loses his focus in theprocess of telling the story. If Nolan does not get nominated for BestDirector and/or Best Original Screenplay next Oscar season, there issomething terribly wrong with the Academy.

    That being said, there was still a lot about this film I still don'tget, and may require multiple viewings to better understand. However,some of the best films I've seen are confusing at first. "2001: A SpaceOdyssey" (1968) is a film I've seen a couple of times, and still don'tunderstand completely. It still has a major following, though, as I'mpositive this movie will. It's an incredibly entertaining movie, but italso makes you think and continues to do so after you leave thetheater.

  4. technofunkie from Canada
    19 Oct 2013, 5:23 am

    Usually I try to be careful with over hyping a film, or setting theexpectations too high, as film geeks all are guilty for, however forChristopher Nolan's Inception, this really is not possible.

    This is possibly one of the only perfect films I have ever seen. It isabsolutely confident in every way, something which is extremelyrefreshing, even more so than Avatar. Christopher Nolan gets some slackfor making great to look at but ultimately heartless affairs, which Ifor one do not agree with, however I do not think anyone can argue thathere. The emotional aspect of this film not only ties it all togetherbut is really the centre of this film, it is the focus.

    I do not want to over simplify the film, by simply calling it Kubrickdoing Bond, or Gondry on a huge budget, because I am sure it will becalled that but it is far more than that, it is something I do notthink Kubrick could have ever made. It is pure Nolan, and puregreatness.

    I hate writing something which is pure fan-boy gushing, but its reallydifficult here. I did not find a thing I did not like about it, I amsure if maybe I saw it a second time, maybe I would find somethingabout it I didn't like, but not the first time. The way it is cut,means that there is always action on screen, if not, then the visualsare interesting enough to keep your eyes glued.

    The final hour of the film, is possibly one of the most complicatedaction sequences put on film. You have to constantly be payingattention to remember all of the layers of what is happening. Withoutspoiling anything, all I have to say is that is what this film isabout, that is what makes this film so great, layers. Once you haveseen this you will now what I am talking about.

    All of the actors are fantastic too, Di Caprio is the stand out here.Yes, this is probably due to the fact he is the star and given all ofthe emotional weight, but he handles it perfectly, similarly to hisperformance in Shutter Island. Ellen Page, whom I usually hate, gives agreat performance here. Tom Hardy gives a break out performance here,he is quite the bad ass.

    I hope audiences are ready for a film like this, a pure auteur drivenfilm which does not sacrifice a single frame for the studio. I wouldhope this film will change Hollywood, as it is 100 percent thedirectors vision yet it is definitely a marketable film, much likeDistrict 9, yet I do not think it will.

    I cannot recommend this film anymore than I have, I just have to sayeveryone and anyone should see it. Sorry about all the gushing, it isjust so hard not too.

    If you liked this review check out my new film blog:http://thedeletedscene.wordpress.com

  5. drakula2005 from Bulgaria
    19 Oct 2013, 5:23 am

    I saw Memento very recently, something that turned out to be a greatmiss.I saw it again, just to make a couple of thins straight-and i'lldefinitely do the same with Inception.

    Christopher Nolan keeps improving himself, with even more complex andmultilayer script like this.And i thought Memento was hard to reach bymost of the viewers, but no.Inception will keep you mesmerized andcaptivated by the genius, that's hidden behind it.And not justdirectors and screenwriters (or with other words-Nolan), but withacting and sound-and effects and editing as well.

    When you have a cast like this-i mean Leonardo DiCaprio, JosephGordon-Lewitt, Michael Caine, or Marion Cotillard (a personalfavourite), the movie just keeps going flawlessly.Most of the crew isthe same the Nolan brothers worked with on TDK and earlier in BatmanBegins.So the Oscar noms in those categories are a certainty for me.

    The only thing one could have against the movie, is the headache onecould have.See, most of my friends go to the movies for brainlessaction, they enjoyed Iron Man 2 and The A-Team, but this movie-you haveto see it at least twice, to understand it.The levels and the layers onwhich thing are happening are so many, that one surely'll misssomething vital.This is a reason for not fitting to the mass audience,but i hope that won't happen, because Nolan is one of my favouritedirectors/writers, and he showed, that the brainless action flicksaren't all of it.There are still movies like Inception out there andstill people like the Nolans to make those movies, so it's not alllost.And i hope this movie could show the audience that the story isstill important for the experience one could receive, not the endless,constant explosions.Because this is really a one of a lifetime event.

    Saying that, i must say, that in a world full of remakes, reboots,sequels, prequels and God knows what, this is a unique chance to seesomething different and unmatched so far-a strong movie, that, surelywill be Nolan's latest masterpiece! My Grade won't change-it's the samefor all Nolan movies-sheer 10!

  6. jgeorge4 from United States
    19 Oct 2013, 5:23 am

    What is going on with the IMDb user reviews lately? It's like themasses can no longer be trusted. In the last month, the users havedecreed "Airbender" the worst abomination ever, when in fact it's justan average movie. User reviews raved over "Despicable Me", when it wasabout as entertaining as a "Dexter's Lab" rerun. And now? "Inception"is the 3rd best movie ever made? Are you kidding me? This was a verycreative and interesting flick that went waaaayyy overboard. Theproblem with this genre (you know the genre — was it a dream? or adream about a dream? or a parallel universe where people dream they'redreaming about parallel universes while pretending to dream) is sooneror later you stop caring about the actual action because it's a dream.So the 20 minutes spent watching gunfights and car crashes in thepouring rain, and the 30 minutes spent watching these guys shoot up aski fortress, and another 30 minutes watching what's-his-name floataround a hotel just didn't do it for me. Not a terrible movie, but 3rdgreatest movie ever? You must be dreaming.

  7. siddhantadlakha from India
    19 Oct 2013, 5:23 am

    Dom Cobb leads a highly skilled team, specializing in stealing secretsfrom people's minds by entering their dreams. When they are hired by amysterious businessman, Cobb finally has a shot at redemption, but notbefore achieving the near impossible. Rather than stealing an idea,they must do the complete opposite: Inception. Planting the seed of anidea.

    Inception has a multi-layered plot, quite literally in fact. It focuseson the emotional journey of its lead character, Cobb, but at the sametime thrusts the audience into multiple levels of action packed story-telling, very distinct from one another, but all finely connected. Ithas been described by critics as "a film that rewards intellect", and Ican assure you that it is exactly that. Director Christopher Nolanchallenges the audience to keep up, and rewards those who can with abreathtaking spectacle, one that has the capability to leave youawestruck. The best part about it is that while you may feel you needto watch it again to be able to fully absorb the experience, chancesare, you will probably want to.

    Christopher Nolan brings his unique vision to the screen with the helpof a star-studded cast, including the likes of Leonardo Dicaprio (TheDeparted), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (500 Days Of Summer), Ellen Page(Juno), Marion Cotillard (Public Enemies), Cillian Murphy (BatmanBegins), and Michael Caine (The Dark Knight), as well some amazingphotography by long time collaborator Wally Pfister. The thrillingmusic in the film is provided by none other than Hans Zimmer, who wasalso set the mood for Nolan's previous film, The Dark Knight.

    While it may seem simple at its outset, Inception is an extremelycomplex film, delving deep into the subconscious of the human mind.Technical brilliance and visual splendor have rarely blended togetheras beautifully. The emotional depth and explosive action complementeach other perfectly, delivering a film that is at the same time bothheart- wrenching and heart-pounding. It's a film that manages toengross you with its complexities, yet comes together seamlessly, andwill have you at the edge of your seat, quite literally from start tofinish.

    Inception is magnificent.

  8. del91 from Penang, Malaysia / Chicago, USA
    19 Oct 2013, 5:23 am

    I'm nearly at a loss for words. Just when you thought Christopher Nolancouldn't follow up to "The Dark Knight", he does it again, deliveringanother masterpiece, one with so much power and rich themes that hasbeen lost from the box office for several years. Questioning illusionsvs reality usually makes the film weird, but Nolan grips your attentionlike an iron claw that you just can't help watching and wondering whatwill happen next. That is a real powerful skill a director has. Nowonder Warner Bros. put their trust in him, he is THAT good of adirector, and over-hyping a Christopher Nolan film, no matter what thefilm is about, is always an understatement instead of an overestimatelike MANY films before.

    Not since the eras of Stanley Kubrick, Andrei Tarkovsky and AlfredHitchcock has there been a more brilliant director than ChristopherNolan. He is, undoubtedly, one of THE most brilliant and giftedHollywood filmmakers in history. Filmmakers like him come but just oncein a lifetime. He has the ability to seduce our eyes, ears and mostimportantly, mind, and then delivers what he intends to deliver in fullblast. Rarely have blockbusters have the gall to deliver such amountsimagination and intelligence at the same time. And yes, it is similarto the excellent anime film "Paprika" in the whole "invading dreams"plot, but the similarities end there as Nolan brings the film to awhole different level.

    Visuals and intelligence rarely come together in movies at the sametime, it's either all-visuals-no-smarts ("G.I. Joe", "Transformers") orthe exact opposite ("Doubt", "Invictus"). In this film the excellentlydirected action sequences combined with immensely groundbreaking andjaw-dropping visual effects are combined smoothly with a heavy dose ofintelligence and believability.

    Although having an ensemble cast and financed by a Hollywood giantstudio (Warner Bros), this film is a very personal film for Nolan, hewrote the film as well as directing it, and as you watch the film youget many glimpses of Nolan's perplexing, increasingly imaginativethoughts and dreams in the dialog that he writes and the plot that hesets up. Ideas have never felt more interesting and put to good usethan in this film. This film is NOT for the popcorn muncher, rather itis a film for thinkers. Honestly I can't explain the plot for fear ofspoiling the movie for you readers. Even the slightest hint will ruinthe experience. The viewer will walk out of the cinema feeling dazed,confused and ultimately breathless. It's like a puzzle, both physicallyand mentally, and you have to pay attention throughout the film for theclues. However Nolan controls the spectacle of the film and is carefulnot to let it overwhelm the film's humanity, and this is where"Inception" shines. It is a very deep film that will have one thinkingand asking questions for years to come. That's right, years.

    Once the film ends, you'll want to watch it again, for there'ssomething new every time. This is a film that requires multiple viewingfor someone to truly comprehend the film's ambiguous themes, and willbe discussed by many in the future. This is an original film, noadaptation, no sequel/prequel, no remake/reboot, which is extremelyrefreshing having gone nearly three years of mostly unremarkable visualeffects roadshows ("Avatar" be damned).

    Of course, a film is not complete without the actors. Leo DiCapriodelivers an Oscar worthy performance, similar but better than hisprevious effort "Shutter Island". He shows glimpses of a flawed, grim,fragile man, who has knowledge about everything else but yet can't seemto come in grips with himself and his demons. Joseph Gordon-Levitt,Ellen Page, Tom Hardy, Ken Watanabe, Dileep Rao, Cillian Murphy, TomBerenger, Michael Caine, Marion Cottilard, Pete Postlethwaite, LukasHaas… Nolan really brings out the best in this unusual yet extremelytalented group of supporting actors who make their roles their own.

    Nolan is of course, a master behind the camera, a real virtuoso when itcomes to film. His direction is taut, focused, gripping, andextraordinarily fascinating. The detailed and complex original scriptis no surprise from Nolan, considering the fact that he turned Batmanthe superhero into pop-culture art two years ago ("The Dark Knight").The action sequences are unique, exciting and fresh, something absentfrom the cinema which has since been interested at things poppingtowards the screen and stuff blowing up every two milliseconds. Thevisual effects are awesome and imaginative, and best of all they do notbring down the movie's quality one bit, rather it makes the movie morefascinating to watch. The cinematography is absolutely, beautifullyshot, so we can see the action and emotion in all their glory.Production design is top notch, with terrific design of sets andlocations. Hans Zimmer's complementing music score is simplyoutstanding, and knowing the man, that's really all I have to say.Together all of these elements combine to deliver a mesmerizing movieexperience like no other this year.

    Christopher Nolan has once again outdone himself. He truly is a giftedfilmmaker, arguably the most imaginative in Hollywood today. And"Inception" can proudly stand alongside "Blade Runner" and "2001: ASpace Odyssey" as science-fiction masterpieces that push the boundariesfor movie making and become a different experience altogether.

    There are two types of films: the crowd-pleasing blockbuster and theintelligent indie/art film. Nolan has combined two of these tropestogether into one exceptionally brilliant package, pulling off thatrare, now nearly-extinct Movie Magic that has since been wiped off theplanet by sequelitis and reboots. Movie of Summer 2010? Movie of 2010?Heck this is possibly the first masterpiece of the decade! Nolan is agenius and I applaud him for treating his audiences as intelligentpeople.

    Missing this film and not getting the film's point is a crime.

    Overall value: 9/10 (Excellent)

  9. marcusdean118 from United Kingdom
    19 Oct 2013, 5:23 am

    Inception is truly one of a kind. A concept which has long gestated inChristopher Nolan's mind, his eye for drama mixed with his large scalesensibilities ring true in Blockbuster season making Inception a trueoriginal in the sea of reboots, remakes and sequels.

    To try and explain Inceptions many plot twists and incrediblyintelligent arcs, would be a foolish task. As Nolan himself has beenreluctant to. The best way to approach the film would be with an openmind, if you are prepared to be taken on a ride of a lifetime, thentrust that you 100% will. If Avatar was a seminal film in technology(although coming out as a rather poor film, in my opinion), thenInception is seminal in it's storytelling. With a 148 minute runningtime, you would expect a lot to take place, but what you wouldn'texpect is the pace of it all. I did not think at one time in the filmabout how long was left. I was simply blown away by the depth in everysingle part of the film. If my enthusiasm for the storytelling aspectof the film has left you worried about the spectacle, then don't worry.They are, as hinted in the trailer, incredible, looking real andunbelievable simultaneously. The most pleasing thing about the actionset pieces, is that they are genuinely used to illustrate the story,rather than to blow stuff up a la Michael Bay.

    With this complex movie in it's high concept, a stellar cast is needed.And Nolan as always, delivers with just that. This is vintage DiCaprio,perhaps only equalled in The Aviator, which is even more impressive ashis role as Cobb in Inception is not a showy one, needing DiCaprio tobe the constant at the centre of the film. And he pulls off Cobb'semotional contradictions sublimely. The rest of the cast members allshine in parts of the films, Cillian Murphy shows off his usuallynon-existent tender side, Gordon-Levitt bottles his usual charm for hisconfidently reserved turn as the reliable Arthur, Watanabe is devilishas the seemingly ambiguous Saito, Page shows why she's the next bigfemale star and Tom Hardy revels in being the comic relief of the filmcompared to his recent turns as decidedly psychopathic characters.

    Overall, Nolan has indeed surpassed himself. He has created a world asexpansive as his Gotham, a plot dwarfing the intricacies of Memento andone which blows The Prestige's cinematic reveal out of the water. Thisis truly unmissable cinema. Revel in it, we've still got to wait awhole two years before Batman 3.

  10. chaaa from Ireland
    19 Oct 2013, 5:23 am

    What do we ask for in a summer blockbuster? What is it that inciteshysteria this time every year for whatever dross the studios churn out?Epic hugeness? Blowing stuff up? Romance? Action? Heroes? What are welooking for in a blockbuster? I think it all boils down to thrills!Audiences want the thrill of a car chase, the thrill of romance, thethrill of the spectacular! If that is the case, then Inception justmight be the greatest summer blockbuster of all time as it alsocontains something we often don't look for…brains! "What is the mostresilient parasite? An idea" says Leonardo Di Caprio's character Cobb.Well, Inception is all about ideas. It's all right there in the title.The film central idea revolves around "Extractors", who are paid toextract secrets from people's subconscious minds by sneaking into theirdreams, usually for the purpose of corporate espionage. However, whenone client asks them to plant an idea in the mind of their corporaterival, "Inception" is born. The less said about this film the better.It is full of ideas and invention and for each set piece I divulge, apiece of the film's genius is weakened. This is a film that cleverlyand intricately brings the audience through several planes of existencesimultaneously but never allows the viewer to feel lost. Such is thepower of Christopher Nolan's script which, I imagine, is likely to getoverlooked due to the sheer visual magnificence of his direction. Buteverything that makes this film so great is in the script…in theideas! Everything else is just spectacle. This film bears an uncannyresemblance, thematically, with DiCaprio's other instant classic thisyear, Shutter Island. Both films investigate in depth the tricks atraumatised mind can play on the individual. Both films are luscious towatch and both films keep the audience firmly outside the realm ofreality. However, Inception is an even more layered film than ShutterIsland and I believe the sci-fi genre setting will prove to be lessalienating for audiences than the prison noir of Scorsese's film. Thereis not a single dull moment in Nolan's film. There is style, charm andintelligence in every frame of the film. Every performance ispitch-perfect with some strong support by Ellen Page and JosephGordon-Levitt particularly who have grown up right before our eyes intoundeniable movie stars. Leonardo DiCaprio gives a typically flawlessperformance as the muddled, grieving man who we never quite trust to beliving in the real world. The best part of Inception is the largeamount of effects which were done in camera. While the film does makeuse of CGI, there are some pretty mind-blowing practical effects whichare as simple as the camera telling beautiful lies; a rare treat thesedays. This is a blockbuster that ticks all the boxes; smart, sexy(femme fatale, sexy brainy girl, very beautiful men in very beautifulsuits) and magical. Inception is the kind of film that reminds me whycinema will never die. Because anyone who thinks it's OK to watch thisfilm on a laptop or iPad is a fool! This is pure cinema, and proud ofit. Not to be missed on the big screen!

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