*This does contain spoilers*
So last night my roommate Allison, her friend Gabe, and I watched the movie Inception.
I found this movie very intriguing. The concept is hard to understand so actually paying close attention to what is going on in the movie is very important. The plot is very original and very intense throughout. As most of you know I have a hard time with suspenseful movies, and I was literally on the edge of my seat while watching this film. I still don't fully understand what was going on, but it really made me think. I tend to have weird, vivid dreams but I can't even imagine having someone enter into my subconscious, although that would be really interesting, I'd like to know what my subconscious would say. The point of this is to say that I did enjoy this movie, I might have to watch it again. I also heard that there are two different ways to take the ending of the movie, I personally thought that it had a happy ending. However, I didn't quite know if he was in a dream or reality when he sees his children again because he spins the top and it doesn't fall, but it looks like it is beginning to before they cut to the credits, and earlier in the movie DiCaprio's character says that when he spins the top if it eventually stops spinning that is how he knows that he is in reality. I can understand how dreams can be better than reality, but that's what they are: dreams. That's all I have to say about this movie, if anyone can straighten out any of my confusions please leave a comment, I would like to understand the concept better.