Inception v Inception

Don’t worry, you’re not dreaming… yet. In honour of Christopher Nolan’s latest mindmelder, with its premise of a dream within a dream within a dream within a, er, dream, http://www.rossvross.com gives you a battle within a battle. It’s Inception v Inception. It’s Ross McD v Ross McG. All you have to do is tell us which Ross you agree with more. Sweet dreams…Click HERE or on the pic above to read this battle.

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12 Responses to “Inception v Inception”

  1. I’m with McG, because Cillian Murphy is getting to be very underrated in this.

  2. Awwww come on… No one has the balls to take a stand on Inception not being as good as it’s being made out to be?

  3. I loved Inception. But as far as who’s arguement I am going with… McD’s… mostly because of that thorough thought in the end of his arguement about questioning the logic behind inception.

  4. Sorry, McD. While you were over there making all that sense, McG won me over with the funnies.
    I will say though that I disagree about Cillian Murphy. I thought he was kinda wasted. For me, JoGo stole the show and Tom Hardy was the most impressive with what little a part he had.

  5. Inception = Best Summer Blockbuster, since The Dark Knight. Considering it is by the same guy.

  6. I’m with McG, ’cause I love that quote “You mustn’t be afraid to dream a little bigger, darling.” from Tom Hardy’s Eames. I agree about Cillian being better than Leo here, in fact I think the lead’s pretty much upstaged by the two Brits.

    Castor… I would say it if I didn’t like it, but for me, it was worth the hype and I enjoyed it despite being puzzled by it.

  7. Castor… what happened? my balls dropped off
    RTM… what is the world coming to when we agree with each other?
    CMrok93… your youthful exuberance is heartening. it is a pretty great film
    Simon/Ripley… good call on Cillian
    Kaiderman… as ever youre wrong. the fact that Murphy had so little to do yet did it completely brilliantly is what makes his performance so great.
    dont worry, some day youll be right about something

  8. Don’t worry Mr. McG, there is at least one thing we vehemently disagree about 😉

  9. Hello all…stumbling my way around the wordpress movie blog folks and wanted to chime in with a very different take on Inception, if I do say so myself.

    I’d like to invite anyone/everyone over to my blog to read my review, comments more than welcome.

    Since there seems to be a consesus regarding Cillian Murphy – Has anyone seen him in Peacock? I’ll be posting a review on my blog in the next day or so – stay tuned..

    cheers
    http://rorydean.wordpress.com/2010/07/28/inception-a-k-a-exposition/

  10. rtm… Gerard Butler?

  11. Not to mention The Lake House 🙂

  12. I have to side with…Ross McD!

    This film wasn’t half as complicated to understand as people had made it out to be. It took plenty of concentration, which I definitely agree was one of the best things about this film – I normally skip ahead too and try to figure out this and that, however when viewing Inception I was wrapped up in each scene itself, which is something that hasn’t happened in a long time! I loved that feeling.

    It didn’t have the same impact that first Matrix film had when I first viewed it, but it was by far one of the best films I’ve seen this year. I loved the levels and kicks and the concept of time.

    One of the things that interested me most about the film was the confusion that some people felt about the plot itself – I’d love to know which parts weren’t understood – Was it the steps of going from one level of consciousness to a deeper level?

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