thenextnolan wrote:christophmac wrote:I had no problem with the snow scene - the skiing chase was amazing, the avalanche was amazing, the scene with Mal showing up was amazing, the scene in the vault with Fischer was amazing, the exploding building was amazing... and as I'm such a big fan of Tom Hardy, whatever else there was had me cheering just because it involved Tom shooting people with a SIG SG 552.
And I don't really think that the characters needed more development - just because we didn't explicitly get their direct motives for joining Cobb, it didn't make a difference. They were all likeable enough for you to be on the edge of your seat when they were desperately trying to iniciate the kick.
What I liked most was that there were subtle hints to the characters' back stories, like the scene where Eames talks about how he tried to perform Inception, and Arthur talks about the 'Stein job'. Those brief quotes tell you so much about the opportunistic nature of the characters.
Maybe I'm alone, but character development depends partly upon perception, and I loved each and every character.
had a james bond feel that scene. that particular scene alone show's why tom hardy would b perfect for james bond.
YES!!! Tom Hardy NEEDS to be Bond.