A just for fun, zoomed-out WIP I may refine as I've got time... Saw Inception- thought it was pretty cool.
over 3 years ago
I confirm Trent The movie was really good :)
I'm with Simon, the ending definitely had an anti-climax feel, but I think thats only because everything leading too it was so awesome. :)
Great work though, inspired me to start my own… Rebound inbound.
Awesome work Trent.
@Simon - I climaxed... it was an awesome movie after all. Blew my mind then put it back together again. Inception 2 for anyone...
Thanks guys... the entire theatre started laughing at those last few seconds- myself included. (Careful not to add any spoilers)
I really want to start a big conversation somewhere about the ending.
Anthony, he was still in a dream.
I read about an interview with Nolan where he explained that it's a movie about making movies. Think about it - each "role" in the movie is a "role" in creating/experiencing movies.
Rogie: Yes yes yes, but. I spent a good 2 hours speculating what would end up happening and how the 2nd movie could turn out.
I love movies like this that make me think.
Anthony, I think I spent near two hours doing the same thing! I loved it!
There's a revealing interview with Yusuf the chemist http://bit.ly/dgN33j and a theory which will blow what's left of your mind... http://bit.ly/adyEXL
Hey there... I'd love to print this on a shirt at RIPT Apparel. Hit me up if you were interested at all. tj [at] riptapparel.com
Inception shirt! YES!
Some nice looking totem's you got there :)
@ Anthony @Rogie...No he was not...definitly!
@Rogie, If he was dreaming, why did he wake up on the plane, go through customs, saw his kids faces... all things he couldn't do in his dreams. :)
Not saying I'm right, but would love to hear any other theories that would prove otherwise (since you couldn't tell if the totum was going to fall or not)
Sean, good point on him seeing his kid's faces. I'll have to give it more thought.
Trent, you should add "SPOILERS!" to the end of the title :D
@Sean Unless he is in a dream and in that dream he can se his kids faces. In the second level he cannot. I think the totem spins forever. I think that his wife was right the whole time and has been bringing people into his shared dreams to try to get him out. Why did Saito use exactly the same phrase "take a leap of faith"? Also, in the end, why are the kids wearing the EXACT SAME clothing in the exact same grass scene. It's a dream still.
by Jayden Anderson
I just saw Inception for my second time this weekend. I was a little obsessed with the simplicity of Cobb's sketch explaining Inception.
over 3 years ago
That is some awesome texture you got going on.
The credits actually kinda solve the puzzle.
There are credits for younger kids, and older kids.
If the end is another dream layer, the kids would be older than Cobb when he gets there due to time compounding.
@Andy Stone: that's great!
@Jayden Anderson: The texture is actually where I'm flip-flopping in regards to amount. I may post the A/B if I can't get off the fence:)
Jayden, the credits, meaning the credits of the movie at the end? If so, like a fool, I left right at the end. :S
Also, interesting, I never thought about that. I shall ponder thy words.
Gahh!! There's soo much to think about. Also, I now have to go see it for the third time to watch the credits thanks to Jayden.
Yeah, I mean the credits at the end. Don't feel like a fool though. The credits could be a leap of faith. :P
Anyone else find it interesting there was no title/opening credits sequence? I remember Batman Begins having one, but not The Prestige, or The Dark Knight.
It's kinda a cool concept to try to apply to web design, if you even can. Throwing users right into real/meaningful content with no buffer.
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