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Old 01-14-2011, 11:57 AM - Thread Starter
 
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We just got this in our Netflix finally, and I found it fascinating! Little elements of The Matrix here and there yes? I think the cast was excellent, and Leo is really underrated. It was good to see Ellen Page as... quietly normal.  I found spiritual elements there as well. I think the art/cinematography was beautiful too. What did you all think?


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We just saw it last week too, after missing it in the cinema last year. I enjoyed it. It was very cleverly done, and quite thought-provoking. We had a lot of discussion about how many different dream levels there were - and whether he was actually dreaming the entire thing. 

 

 

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Yes, I too liked is on so many levels lol.gif

May sound strange, but I really relate to this movie...I often feel I have one foot in this world, and one foot in another...

 

Loved how the movie finished wondering if he's still living a dream. 

Truly movie making at its best.

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i still havent seen that movie but am dying to. 

 

one of my friends whose opinions on movies match mine recommended it. 

 

so i cant wait to watch it. i am not a big science fiction person, but cant wait to watch it. 

 

in many places i have seen it get really high stars for review by the general public. 


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We watched it last weekend and really loved it! Very interesting and it's great to see Leonardo DiCaprio back to work. I've love him since seeing Titanic!


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Loved how the movie finished wondering if he's still living a dream.

Yes! Got a bit of a debate with my fiance over that part LOL.

 

I related to this movie with the dream aspect so much. Dreams have always been a big thing for me and more so in recent years.


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My husband wanted to see it, so we went and saw it in the theater when he had a day off.  Then we talked about it at length, but I had a disconnect with it in that the way dreams worked in that world were different enough than how dreams work for me.  But now, oddly enough, I can't remember specifically what it was.

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I just finally watched it a few nights ago and am so glad to see this thread.  I LOVED it.  So much that I watched it again the next night just to see things I had missed.  My husband and son, not so much.

 

I also saw parts of the Matrix in it and brought it up to DH but he didn't really catch it. 

 

I guess I've wondered so many times if this life is really a dream, or if parts of my life were really dreams or whatever that the movies really resonated with me.  I also am big into lucid dreaming and have trained myself to be able to do certain things in my dreams so I thought it was pretty cool. 

 

I thought the plot, acting, cinematography were all pretty darn good too.  Really wish I had seen it on the big screen.  Actually, that was my FB post after I watched it!

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