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Inception 2010 Subtitles

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.

Starring:
Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Runtime:
2 hours, 21 minutes

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Genres Science Fiction, Action & Adventure
Director Christopher Nolan
Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Supporting actors Ellen Page, Tom Hardy, Ken Watanabe, Dileep Rao, Cillian Murphy, Tom Berenger, Marion Cotillard, Pete Postlethwaite, Michael Caine, Lukas Haas, Tai-Li Lee, Claire Geare, Magnus Nolan, Taylor Geare, Johnathan Geare, Tohoru Masamune, Yuji Okumoto, Earl Cameron
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: DVD
Inception wasn't even on my radar until a couple of months ago when my roommate started talking about it. After seeing a preview, I quickly decided I must see it. I wound up watching it with my brother and sister-in-law while on vacation. They loved it, but I had a mixed reaction to it.

Frankly, this movie is hard to describe without giving too much away and still make sense to those who haven't seen it, but here goes. Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) makes his living by invading people's dreams. He is hired to people to go in and steal someone's secrets so they can be used against them later. Naturally, this doesn't make him very popular, so he and his team are always on the run.

After Cobb's latest assignment goes wrong, he is offered a complicated new job. His client doesn't want him to steal a secret but to plant a new idea in someone's head. This is, called inception, and can be very tricky to actually pull off. But the client is dangling a reward that Cobb just can't pass up. Can he pull off this one last job?

The premise is wonderfully original. Trust me; you haven't seen anything like this before. And the visual execution is stunning. If this isn't at least nominated for visual effects, there are some serious problems with the Oscars.

On the surface, the story is fun, too. I was on the edge of my seat for the final half, waiting to see how it all played out. I will admit I saw the final scene coming about the time it started, but I didn't really mind how it ended. The climax did get a bit over done, and I was ready for it to be over about 15 minutes before it was, but that's a minor point.

The acting was very good as well. To be honest, I wasn't that familiar with most members of the cast, but that wasn't a problem at all.
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By Kev Mooney #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 13 Jun. 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Dom Cobb (DiCaprio) is asked for a 'favour for a favour'. He is propositioned to plant an idea inside coorporate titan Cillian Murphy's mind, this is known as an inception.

He gets a team together to pull this off, specialists in their fields each one of them in order to get inside his mind without being detected.

This is the premise for Christopher (dark knight) Nolan's big budget blockbuster, Inception. A complex movie at times as it's set within a dream within a dream within a dream! It gets deep.

Inception looks and sounds brilliant on bluray. CGI there is but also lots of special effects (you don't hear that term much nowadays do you?) The scene outside the Paris cafe so beautifully shot did not use any CGI. The FX chaps used air cannons to strategically blast all the objects, chairs, tables etc in specific directions whilst Cobb and Ariadne just sit untouched, looked brilliant as does the whole movie. Colours are natural, blacks are inky yet clarity is crystal clear. Picture quality is outstanding. Audio is ear shattering. We had the surround on and the train crash suddenly happened. A change of pants all round was required! Aamazingly basey, I swear my windows rattled! Some great shootouts and fight scenes to enjoy soundwise too.

Extras include some featurettes, extraction mode, 'The Cobol Job' animation, a short about dreams, stills gallery and the BD live content.

This all comes inside a holographic/3d slipcover.

A must have for your bluray collection.
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By SBno1 TOP 500 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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Format: Blu-ray
INTRODUCTION:

Christopher Nolan's Inception was a summer blockbuster in 2010. In USA alone, the movie made $292 million. It was even more phenomenal at the Worldwide Box Office, with the box receipt at $816 millions, right behind Toy Story 3 (1,066 billion) and Alice In Wonderland (1,023 billion).

VIDEO:

Inception debuts on Blu-ray with a gorgeous 1080p/VC-1 encode (2.40:1) that makes the fantasy aspects mesmerizing. The picture comes with an amazing array of bold and vibrant colors. The transfer shows a highly detailed picture with incredible, clearly outlined objects in the foreground and background from beginning to end with tremendous details. Wally Pfister's elegant photography displayed a beautiful and warm palette. (5/5)

AUDIO:

The DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 is nothing short of exceptional. Dialogue was clean and sharp. Hans Zimmer music has a wide enveloping influence, that makes you feel that you are actually in the mid of the action. The bass was very powerful. A demo-worthy presentation (5/5)

BAD POINT:

The subtitles are placed OUTSIDE the picture frame. For those with anamorphic lens, with the stretched picture, half of the subtitles will not be seen. Warner Brothers, how many times do viewers have to write to you to change your ways? In this case, if you want the subtitles to be seen, one cannot stretch the picture. Thus the impact of 2.40:1 bigger picture is lost. (Update: fortunately, my latest Oppo Blu-ray player can adjust the height of the subtitles."

FINAL THOUGHTS:

Inception is a complex movie that requires repeat viewings to truly appreciate all the details of the various plots. It was totally enjoyable for the entire 148 minutes.
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