Saturday, August 7, 2010

The whole thing was NOT a dream.

I mean, he spun the top two times through out the movie and it toppled over.  And you never remember the beginning of a dream, you always start somewhere in the middle of it.  So how did Cobb wash up on the beach?  Okay, forget that, I don't care.  If the end scene was a dream, we clearly see Cobb waking up on the airplane (how was the Scarecrow awake before Cobb if he was the host, btw?) which would mark the beginning of a dream.

I still love this movie.  To me, it has one of the most memorable soundtracks since "Heat" and "The Good Bad and the Ugly," and I usually can't stand Hans Zimmer.

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