Re-Watchterpiece Theater is a series that explores the organic way that attitudes about films change after you watch them a second time, a third time, or more, further down the line than the original viewing. This time around, I’ve checked in on a film that I liked a great deal just two years ago- Christopher Nolan’s Inception. The re-watch was inspired when I received a copy on Blu-ray from Warner Home Video as part of their Blu-ray Elite program. Normally, the re-watchterpiece series involves films that are much older. But I’ve read a great deal of criticism about Inception since the initial viewing, and I thought it’d be great to re-watch it with those critiques in mind. Continue reading
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This year, Inception inserted the word “totem” into our vernacular. Here’s the dialogue that defined the totem in the film: Continue reading
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