Inception is a complicated movie, with several concepts to keep track of, which can be difficult during the fast-paced action sequences. However, despite its complexity, the film manages to explain and produce the unique and interesting idea of dream extraction, while following the rules of the world it has built. The fast-paced plot keeps the audience informed with new information, while also entertained with colorful action sequences. The story doesn’t veer off into any side plots that would clutter it, but focuses on building a multifaceted, intriguing story filled with enough action and suspense to keep you on the edge of your seat. Inception is full of eye-catching moments and thoughtful themes to make re-watching the movie much more fun, as there’s a new concept to be focused on each time.
As for the characters, Dom Cobb is well-developed, with a clear desire to see his children again while battling the demons of his past. Each member of the team is three-dimensional and believable, never letting the environment feel boring, with well-placed comedy bits and humor. Leonardo DiCaprio does a fantastic job in his role of Dom Cobb. The supporting cast really exceeds expectations.