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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Inception English movie HD DVD Rip

Inception English movie



Directed by Christopher Nolan
Produced by Christopher Nolan
Emma Thomas
Written by Christopher Nolan
Starring Leonardo DiCaprio
Ken Watanabe
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Ellen Page
Tom Hardy
Marion Cotillard
Cillian Murphy
Dileep Rao
Tom Berenger
Michael Caine
Music by Hans Zimmer[1]
Cinematography Wally Pfister
Editing by Lee Smith
Studio Legendary Pictures
Syncopy Films
Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date(s) London premiere:
July 13, 2010 (2010-07-13)
United States:
July 16, 2010 (2010-07-16)
Running time 148 minutes[2]
Country United States
Language English
Budget $160 million[3]
Gross revenue $478,837,569[4]


Dom Cobb washes up on a beach and is brought by guards into the chamber of an elderly man. The scene then cuts to Cobb and Arthur on an "extraction" mission, in which an individual's mind is infiltrated through dreams and information is stolen. Extractors and their victims sleep in close proximity to one another, connected by a device that administers a sedative and share a dream world built on their mental projections. In the dream world, pain is psychologically experienced as real but death results in awakening. Cobb carries a spinning top  called a "totem" which either spins unceasingly or topples, to determine whether he is dreaming or awake, respectively. The mission is revealed to be an audition by a powerful businessman, Saito, who hires Cobb and Arthur to perform the act of "inception"-using dreams to secretly implant an idea.

The target is Robert Fischer, son of Saito's terminally ill corporate rival Maurice Fischer. The objective is to convince Fischer to break up his father's empire, preventing it from becoming a monopoly and threatening Saito's company. Cobb recruits Eames, a forger who can change his appearance inside dreams; Yusuf, a chemist who develops sedatives; and new dream world architect Ariadne. One night while Cobb is sound asleep to a machine, Ariadne enters Cobb's dream and discovers that a shade of his deceased wife Mal continually haunts him, sabotaging his missions. Cobb reveals to Ariadne that he and Mal shared dreams, spending many years in a limbo dream world forging their lives. After waking, Mal remained convinced that they were still dreaming and committed suicide, attempting to force Cobb to join her by incriminating him in her death. Cobb refused and was forced to flee the U.S. and leave his children to avoid murder charges. In return for completing the mission, Saito promises to use his influence to clear the charges and reunite Cobb with his children.

When the elder Fischer dies in Sydney, Saito and Cobb's team share the flight with Robert Fischer back to Los Angeles and drug him. They enter Yusuf's dream, a rainy downtown area, and kidnap young Fischer. However they come under attack by his mental defenses—manifesting as armed personnel—and Saito is badly injured in the ensuing gunfight. Once at their safe house the team learns that the mission has become more dangerous than they anticipated. Fischer was trained to fend off potential extractors, thus his projections are militarily skilled. To make matters worse they learn that, due to the intensity of the sedatives they took, an in-dream death will not awaken them as normal but instead send them into limbo, where their minds could remain trapped indefinitely. With few options and Fischer's mental defenses closing in, Cobb and his team continue on with the mission.

Moving forward, Eames changes into Peter Browning, Fischer's godfather, to extract information from him. They then escape from Fischer's mental defenses into a van and sleep into the next dream level, Arthur's dream, while Yusuf stays behind to protect the rest of the team. The second dream is a hotel where the team tricks Fischer into believing that the kidnapping on the first level was real and orchestrated by Browning. Cobb convinces Fischer to enter Browning's subconscious in order to find out his motives, but in fact the team enter into Eames's dream, with Arthur staying behind to protect the team. The third level is a snowy mountain fortress, which Fischer must break into to reveal the planted idea. Fischer is killed by Mal, causing him to go to limbo. While Eames and a dying Saito stay behind to fend off Fischer's hostile projections, Ariadne and Cobb follow Fischer to a fourth level in an attempt to salvage the mission and confront Mal. The fourth level is Cobb's dystopia and there he and Ariadne confront Mal. Mal attempts to convince Cobb to stay in limbo by making him question reality. Cobb reveals that he originally planted the idea in Mal's mind to wake up from their dream lives -- the act that proved inception was possible in the first place -- but that the belief persisted even after she woke, making him indirectly responsible for her suicide. She attacks him, but Ariadne shoots her. Fischer and Ariadne are able to return to the mountain fortress, where he comes to the intended conclusion that his father wanted him to be his own man and resolves to dissolve the company.

To wake the team from each dream, timed "kicks" are organized at each level: explosives to level the mountain fortress, a hotel elevator plunging down its shaft, and the van crashing into a river. A wounded Saito dies at the snow fortress and though the kicks are imminent, Cobb remains in limbo to locate him. The film connects back to the opening scene, when Cobb speaks to the elderly man—revealed to be an aged Saito, who indeed spent 50 years in limbo—to return them both to reality. Saito reaches for a gun and Cobb suddenly awakens to find everyone on the plane, including Saito, up and well. Saito honors their arrangement and Cobb enters the United States, reunited with his children at home. Cobb spins the totem to test reality, but is then distracted by his children. The top spins without fault for a long period of time, but begins to wobble just as the screen smash cuts to black, leaving the audience to determine whether Cobb is actually in a dream or in reality.


  1. its a really bad one because the whole film is as if someone was holding it with there hands, its so shaky good luck

  2. aaron thanx for your comments sooner i ll post a good rip better than this one.


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