‘Inception’ – Did the Ending Make You Happy or Confused?

Last night, friends dragged me away from my favorite John Hughes movie Sixteen Candles to watch Leonardo DiCaprio’s new film, Inception. I’d wanted to see it since the checking out the trailer months ago but my friends were exceptionally hard body arranging a midnight showing field trip.

So today I’m pretty tired but I can say that my slow going is well worth it because Inception was pretty awesome. I already love cerebral thrillers and this film was like “Total Recall on crack” according to a friend, though I thought it was more Being John Malcovich mixed with Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and any ’90s hacker movie you fancy.

Not to spoil it for you, but DiCaprio is a dream hacker hired by companies to garner secrets from his marks. Later in the film, he decides to do the opposite and plant an idea in someone’s head and hires a crew to help him out, which leads to dream sequences, walking on ceilings (no, Lionel), gravity-defying fight scenes and ultimately, confusion. Why am I confused?

**SPOILER ALERT**

The end was wild inconclusive, as any good thriller should be. I’m not sure if I’m happy or if I’ve been tricked. I won’t tell you exactly what happens but I’d love to hear your thoughts in a comment below so I know that I’m not alone in my confusion.

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