I thought this was an exceptionally dumb movie.

Christopher Nolan is really the grand duke of mediocrity.

Nolan knows how to make hit movies but he doesn’t know how to direct a movie.  This is only possible in an age when people think of factory-fabricated Twinkies as “cake”.

2 thoughts on “INCEPTION

  1. I agree. Movies this dumb and poorly directed would not be flourishing were it not for the lowering of cinematic standards by the imbecilic Steven Spielberg, who hovers above the crust of mediocrity by the sheer weightlessness of his empty head. Like Nolan, Spielberg does not know the first thing about directing, yet he has been the overseer on many hit movies. When nitwits of this magnitude are accepted as leading directors, the gates of Hell are opened and the dead crawl into meaningless thrones in the empty palaces where once the fabled names of Ingmar Bergman, John Ford, Frank Capra, Michelangelo Antonioni, Luis Bunuel, Charles Chaplin, Luchino Visconti, Akira Kurosawa, Sam Peckinpah, William Wellman, Jean Renoir, Marcel Carne, Robert Bresson, Orson Welles, Elia Kazan, Andrei Tarkovsky, and Yasujiro Ozo echoed in clarity of body and spirit.

    • I like a lot of Spielberg’s work, and in any case think he has a command of his craft that Nolan doesn’t begin to approach.

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