A thief, who steals corporate secrets through the use of dream-sharing technology, is given the inverse task of planting an idea into the mind of a CEO. 4K Ultra HD movie of Inception.
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Cobb is a talented thief, the best of the best in the dangerous art of extraction: he steals valuable secrets from the depths of the subconscious during sleep, when the human mind is most vulnerable. Cobb’s rare abilities made him a valuable player in the betrayal world of industrial espionage, but they also turned him into an eternal fugitive and robbed him of everything he had ever loved.
And now Cobb has a chance to correct mistakes. His last job can bring everything back, but for this he needs to accomplish the impossible – initiation. Instead of a perfect heist, Cobb and his team of experts will have to pull off the opposite. Now their task is not to steal the idea, but to implement it. If they succeed, that would be the perfect crime.
But no amount of planning or skill can prepare a team to face a dangerous adversary who seems to anticipate their every move. An enemy that only Cobb could see.
Inception 4K Review
Inception is truly one of a kind. A concept which has long gestated in Christopher Nolan’s mind, his eye for drama mixed with his large scale sensibilities ring true in Blockbuster season making Inception a true original in the sea of reboots, remakes and sequels.
To try and explain Inceptions many plot twists and incredibly intelligent arcs, would be a foolish task. As Nolan himself has been reluctant to. The best way to approach the film would be with an open mind, if you are prepared to be taken on a ride of a lifetime, then trust that you 100% will. If Avatar was a seminal film in technology (although coming out as a rather poor film, in my opinion), then Inception is seminal in it’s storytelling. With a 148 minute running time, you would expect a lot to take place, but what you wouldn’t expect is the pace of it all. I did not think at one time in the film about how long was left. I was simply blown away by the depth in every single part of the film. If my enthusiasm for the storytelling aspect of the film has left you worried about the spectacle, then don’t worry. They are, as hinted in the trailer, incredible, looking real and unbelievable simultaneously. The most pleasing thing about the action set 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 as his role as Cobb in Inception is not a showy one, needing DiCaprio to be the constant at the centre of the film. And he pulls off Cobb’s emotional contradictions sublimely. The rest of the cast members all shine in parts of the films, Cillian Murphy shows off his usually non-existent tender side, Gordon-Levitt bottles his usual charm for his confidently reserved turn as the reliable Arthur, Watanabe is devilish as the seemingly ambiguous Saito, Page shows why she’s the next big female star and Tom Hardy revels in being the comic relief of the film compared to his recent turns as decidedly psychopathic characters.
Overall, Nolan has indeed surpassed himself. He has created a world as expansive as his Gotham, a plot dwarfing the intricacies of Memento and one which blows The Prestige’s cinematic reveal out of the water. This is truly unmissable cinema. Revel in it, we’ve still got to wait a whole two years before Batman 3.
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1
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