The movie, Inception, is an intriguing film which keeps you engaged to the story. It keeps you thinking. The film starts off slow and confusing, making your mind run in circles. Christopher Nolan, the writer and director, proposes we give perfection by creating our own world a second look and we should not try to create a perfect life because nothing is perfect. The more we try to control people and situations, the more they become uncontrollable as people may know things we don't expect them to. The film suggests there is a way to change people through the use of multiple dream levels, by probing into the subconscious mind, which makes the film confusing to a surface viewer. By the end of the film, confusing threads come together and it is understandable. Nolan wrote and directed the scenes of this film beautifully and thoughtfully encouraging the viewer to think, feel, and to take part in the journey and think about the lessons the characters learned to try to relate the lessons to the viewer's own life. I, very much enjoyed this film as it was not a passive film. It keeps the viewer wondering what will happen and what is going on, and to try to figure out themselves by trying to "read between the lines."
The grade I would give this film would be an A.