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In a world where the technology exists to enter the human mind through dream invasion, a highly skilled thief is given a final chance at redemption which involves executing his toughest job till date- Inception.

Leonardo DiCaprio,Ken Watanabe
2 hours, 21 minutes

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Genres Science Fiction, Action & Adventure
Director Christopher Nolan
Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Ken Watanabe
Supporting actors Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Ellen Page, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Tom Berenger
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4.1 out of 5 stars

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By SBno1 TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 Feb. 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This review is for the Blu-Ray version - Amazon have a habit of bunching reviews together over different formats.

This is one film that I was happy to get on blu-ray over DVD. The picture quality is superb, a real show case for HD. Colours are vibrant and edges are sharp, with some grain where there are large patches of one colour, but not that you would really notice as you will be drawn into this film. The sound quality is great coming out of my standard TV speakers, but I can't comment any further as I don't have surround sound or a high end sound system.

Dom Cob (Di Caprio) is a thief, but not the kind that steals physical items or data. He steals information from minds. This is done by drugging the subject and using some hi-tech jiggery pokery he and his team are able to enter the targets mind whilst they sleep. A world is created in the targets mind and Cob must trick the person into giving up secrets whilst they go about their business in the dream. However, some people are aware of this and can take precautions.

What Cob can do is trick them further and create a dream within a dream. All this messing around in the mind is not without its dangers and if Dom and his team are not careful, they can get locked in forever. Pretty soon you begin to wonder if your life is real, or are you living in a dream world.

A very thought provoking film that may take a few viewings to get you mind around the time dilations that take place when 'going under'
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Wood on 9 Dec. 2012
Format: Blu-ray
The Story: Dominic Cobb is suspected of murder and a wanted man in his homeland. A wealthy benefactor with his own agenda offers Cobb the opportunity to return home to his children safely if he can successfully achieve Inception on one of his competitors, a process whereby an idea is implanted into another person's sub-conscious without them knowing. Without any other choice to see his children again and no guarantee that the benefactor can deliver, Cobb reluctantly accepts.

The Result: `Originality' is a word that can seldom be used to describe film lately. Many blockbusters of the 21st Century are excellent forms of entertainment and worthy of many impressive accolades in themselves, but do not always present anything groundbreaking. Fortunate the film-world is to have Christopher Nolan, then, the director who has brought us several masterpieces of intelligent entertainment over the past decade or so, ranging from battles between giant bats and pencil-wielding clowns to magicians who take their jobs just a little bit too seriously. Inception fits the bill somewhere between `sci-fi thriller' and `action mind-boggler', producing concepts in a comfortable 140 minute slot that people the world over can only (literally) dream of. I'll establish one thing immediately: Inception is groundbreaking.

To give away much more of the story than I already have would be to do it a great injustice. No one likes spoilers and Inception is a movie that should not just be watched, but EXPERIENCED by you and you alone; everyone has a different perspective. The final shot is a perfect example of how a film can really make you think, but also the best example of how the film justifies the term `ingenious'.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Simon F. on 5 Sept. 2012
Format: DVD
After being blown away by writer/director Christopher Nolan's "Batman/Dark Knight" trilogy (2005-2012), and his earlier "Memento" (2000), I just had to see this film, and found it to be the most visually stunning and complex sci-fi movie since "The Matrix" (1999).
"Inception" tells the story of a group of specialists who can penetrate the human mind through dreams, where they are able to remove thoughts and information.
But when they are asked to plant an idea, the Inception of the films title, in the mind of a young man about to inherit his father's business empire to prevent a take-over of the worlds energy supply, it presents a whole new level of problems, especially when the late wife of the groups leader (Leonardo Dicaprio) has a habit of cropping up at the most unexpected times in their dreams and putting all in danger.
Like "The Matrix", this film works on a whole number of levels, and a first watching can be confusing. But it is well worth pursuing, as the rewards are truly great. Featuring jaw-dropping special effects and stunt work, it once again proves what a truly great and original filmmaker Nolan is, making the audience work to distinguish between actuality and imagination.
The extra features on disc two include a 45-minute documentary on the exploration of dreams featuring input from various experts and Christopher Nolan. There is also an animated comic book feature, which sets up a prologue to the main movie, plus a chance to sample some of Hans Zimmer's truly epic musical score. The extras are completed with art galleries and a set of trailers.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. David M. Berry on 10 Jan. 2013
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After collaborating with other writers and also adapting existing work Christopher Nolan chose to follow up the billion dollars plus grossing The Dark Knight with an original concept of his own that had been a germ of an idea near the infancy of his film career. Proving that he was more than capable helming a big budget blockbuster by resurrecting the Batman franchise in such a spectacular and creative fashion not only making one of the most impressive origin pictures in comic book history but also following it up with a deeper more complex and overall even more impressive sequel, anything that followed would need to be special and choosing to visualise a wholly original idea with huge ambition was a big gamble for Warner Brothers despite his track record, Inception isn't what you'd call just eye candy.

Already establishing the fact he was capable of casting quite brilliantly with previous efforts, Nolan nonetheless littered Inception with a rich cast and headed that with not just the leading man of the moment but also one of the most talented and dazzling actors of his generation. Leonardo DiCaprio had recently just come off the back of another impressive turn in his fourth and most impressive Martin Scorcesse collaboration Shutter Island. Nolan faith in DiCaprio is rewarded as he delivers another immersive performance and gives a powerful emotional reading of Nolan's protagonist Dom Cobb. Alongside Dicaprio an impressive roster of supporting characters essayed by Joseph Gordon Levitt, Ellen Page and Tom Hardy as members of Cobb's team, Hardy establishing his talent once again playing the charismatic Eames the forger. Marion Cotillard offers sultry support as Cobb's deceased wife Mal, that haunts his dreams and threaten to jeopardise their operations.
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