On DVD: 
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Running Time: 
2 Hours, 22 Minutes

There's no question that Inception is one of the best movies to come out of 2010. Director Christopher Nolan puts together a spectacular psychological thriller that will both amaze and confuse you. Luckly, you can now own the film on the format of your choice and watch it over and over again until you understand it all. Okay, maybe you won't understand all of it.

Leonardo  DiCaprio stars as Dom Cobb, a man who specializes in extracting information from people's dreams. His latest mission however, is to implant an idea into someone's mind rather than steal anything. It's an near-impossible task that requires him to go deep into the dream space.

I could probably go on and on about how great Inception is. I praised the film when it was released in theaters.If you haven't seen it by now, you're missing out. That's about all that's left to say.

The DVD includes four bonus featurettes called the "Four Focus Points." They include "The Inception of Inception," "The Japanese Castle: The Dream Is Collapsing," "Constructing Paradoxical Architecture" and "The Freight Train." Each feature goes deeper into Nolan's dream and explores what went into making the film a reality. Basically, it's behind-the-scenes features. They're quite interesting and provide a whole lot more information than the film does at times.

By now you should know that this is a must-own title. Personally, I suggest you pick up the Blu-ray version as it includes even more special features and tidbits. Plus, the only way to experience Inception is in high definition with 5.1 surround sound. Still, if you don't have a Blu-ray player the DVD will do just fine. I kinda wish there was more in terms of content but the film is so good, I don't really mind.

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Matt Rodriguez
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