What was your favorite scene from inception?

This 2010 contemporary sci-fi actioner follows a subconscious security team around the globe and into the intimate and infinite world of dreams.
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that's a coincidence. I'm just listening to 'time' now. Words can't describe it. I'm getting chills down my spine

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LomDodge wrote:that's a coincidence. I'm just listening to 'time' now. Words can't describe it. I'm getting chills down my spine
Time is just beautiful. I listen to it at least twice a day- when I wake up and before I go to sleep. It's perfect! Should've gotten best score for Time alone, but I like TSN too so it's okay.

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ballet_ag wrote:The final scene is amazing. It made me cry like the first five times I saw it just because it was SO. PERFECT.

Every time I see it I have to watch that scene twice. It's perfect. The music is beautiful. I love how they all kind of give each other 'knowing looks' like how it's their last job and they all just kind of smirk at Cobb. I love how Fischer kind of does a double take, 'should I know this man?' I love when Cobb sees his kids and leaves the top, he just doesn't care anymore. And then... the top is spinning... and BLACK. INCEPTION. And the awesome guitar music comes in during the credits... it's perfect. My reaction in the theatre was probably hilarious... I kind of just sat there with my jaw dropped for a while. :o

And agreed about the emotion in the film... I had a stronger emotional reaction to this than any other 2010 movie besides Toy Story 3. Plus I was super freaked out by Mal the first time seeing it in theaters... it's criminal she wasnt nominated for supporting actress!
Inception is still the only film i've seen to leave me literally speechless at the end. When the screen cut to black I turned to my friend and, not having a clue what to say, just spluttered gibberish, a mixture of joy, sorrow, amazement, incredulity; it was just such an incredible feeling. My most memorable experience in a cinema to date. :D

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Dream Thief wrote:Inception is still the only film i've seen to leave me literally speechless at the end. When the screen cut to black I turned to my friend and, not having a clue what to say, just spluttered gibberish, a mixture of joy, sorrow, amazement, incredulity; it was just such an incredible feeling. My most memorable experience in a cinema to date. :D
Same! I literally left the theatre and rode all the way home without talking with my jaw dropped. Then I got home and obsessed over the movie until I drove my friends insane :D

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ballet_ag wrote:
Dream Thief wrote:Inception is still the only film i've seen to leave me literally speechless at the end. When the screen cut to black I turned to my friend and, not having a clue what to say, just spluttered gibberish, a mixture of joy, sorrow, amazement, incredulity; it was just such an incredible feeling. My most memorable experience in a cinema to date. :D
Same! I literally left the theatre and rode all the way home without talking with my jaw dropped. Then I got home and obsessed over the movie until I drove my friends insane :D
Ha ha I love it! :lol:

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Dream Thief wrote:
ballet_ag wrote:
Same! I literally left the theatre and rode all the way home without talking with my jaw dropped. Then I got home and obsessed over the movie until I drove my friends insane :D
Ha ha I love it! :lol:
I'm usually rather chatty after the film, but it literally took me about 2 hours after the film until I could say ANYTHING about it. Drove my friends nuts as they demanded to know.

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The end when Cobb wakes up in the airplane with that amazing soundtrack playing in the backround

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dafox wrote:The end when Cobb wakes up in the airplane with that amazing soundtrack playing in the backround
"Time" by Hans Zimmer. Beautiful score, the ending was magical.

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ballet_ag wrote:The final scene is amazing. It made me cry like the first five times I saw it just because it was SO. PERFECT.

Every time I see it I have to watch that scene twice. It's perfect. The music is beautiful. I love how they all kind of give each other 'knowing looks' like how it's their last job and they all just kind of smirk at Cobb. I love how Fischer kind of does a double take, 'should I know this man?' I love when Cobb sees his kids and leaves the top, he just doesn't care anymore. And then... the top is spinning... and BLACK. INCEPTION. And the awesome guitar music comes in during the credits... it's perfect. My reaction in the theatre was probably hilarious... I kind of just sat there with my jaw dropped for a while. :o

And agreed about the emotion in the film... I had a stronger emotional reaction to this than any other 2010 movie besides Toy Story 3. Plus I was super freaked out by Mal the first time seeing it in theaters... it's criminal she wasnt nominated for supporting actress!

Same here. The last scene is perfect: the music, the actors, the cinematography...
And I agree that Inception is not an emotionless film at all. I was literally shivering when Cobb rejected Mal.

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Does anyone else find it funny in the fortress when they're packing up after cobb says it's over, and ariadne is explaining that they can go into limbo to get saito and fischer out and cobb and eames are just ignoring her because she's a woman? It's blatantly obvious and Chris must have deliberately made it like that.

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