Leonardo DiCaprio plays Dom Cobb, a thief
with the rare ability to enter people's dreams and steal their
secrets from their subconscious.
His skill has made him a hot item in the
world of corporate espionage, but also cost him everything he
It would be pointless to explain any more
about Inception other than these basic points.
It's a film to be experienced, not unraveled.
It's an unmissable scissors up.
is nothing more than a heist film (complete with all the cliches).
It's "one last job" that our
hero must complete to clear his name, thus allowing him to go
But that job is to plant an idea somewhere
in the multi-layered world of a dream.
Yes, it's a movie about "dream thieves,"
and the audience is expected to pay attention.
It's one of the best mind-altering intellectual
films to come out in years.
But is it a dream?
The new science-fiction fantasy movie
Inception is a real mind bender about dreams.
The story involves a group of freelance
dream thieves who steal people's ideas for corporate gain by
inserting themselves into strangers' subconscious while they
The star plays the group's leader, who
agrees to take on one last job -- a very dangerous one that could
reunite him with the family from whom he's long been separated.
The writer-director has created a dream
world of images and ideas.
It's a real mind-blowing cinema experience.