katernater: (inception ⌖ worth a shot.)
come you back to mandalay
fandom: inception
pairing: arthur / ariadne
summary: the heat gets to you
rating: pg-13
word count: 426

It had taken Arthur twenty-four hours before he'd started organizing her things into orderly piles – a personal record. )
katernater: (stars ❉ you and me.)
I saw Inception at midnight on Thursday, and liked it so much that I went back for a second viewing less than twenty-four hours later. I have already given my two cents about the movie itself, but this is a little EP for the pairing that won't get out of my head. Only the vaguest of spoilers for the movie.

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+ 7 tracks
+ Cover art after the kick jump:

They're still looking at us / Well, it was worth a shot )

Inception.

Jul. 18th, 2010 01:28 am
katernater: (joseph ☆ i'm a pilot.)
Just as good the second time around!

(I totally want to play Arthur the next time apps open for M'ways.)

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...I am so weak.
katernater: (cillian ☆ splendor.)
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+2 under the cut )

I think I might need to do a "skinny blokes in skinny ties" picspam sometime in the near future.

So, obviously, Todd and I enjoyed Inception. Which is a very good thing, because we'd both been anticipating this movie since we saw the teaser trailers for it last year. Without giving anything away, I have to say that it is Christopher Nolan at his finest. I heard that he spent ten years writing and re-writing the script for Inception. In my opinion, that kind of dedication can only have to outcomes: it either sucks because it's been diluted to the point when it no longer resembles the original idea, or, as in the case of Nolan's screenplay, it works because of the amount of detail and attention that has gone into it. Conceptually, Inception has one of the smartest, sharpest stories I've seen in cinema in recent years. On a visual level, Nolan hits it out of the park. I absolutely recommend seeing Inception in the theater -- there are sequences that I feel are better suited to the big screen than to a casual, in-home viewing. Todd and I are probably going to go back to see it a second time, just to pick up on all of the little things we missed (it's not an overly difficult concept to follow, but I think I would enjoy going back to see how it all fits together), which is a fairly good indication of whether or not we jived with a movie -- the last time we did that, it was for Iron Man. (Five times in the theater, each, actually, and at least three times when we were over in Europe.)

I think one reason I enjoyed Inception so much was that it made me feel like I thought cinema should make me feel: challenged, excited, and completely immersed in the world on the screen. Christopher Nolan fulfilled my vision of what movies can -- and should -- be.

FYI:

Jul. 16th, 2010 03:29 am
katernater: (traveler ∞ good with time.)
OKAY. SO. THIS WAS ME THROUGHOUT MOST OF INCEPTION*:

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* Amazed and enthralled, that is. I did not go to the theater dressed as a centurion.
katernater: (jen ♕ pollyanna.)
Okay, seriously. How did I get this far without realizing that Cillian Murphy was going to be in Inception?

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CILLIAN MURPHY IS GOING TO BE IN INCEPTION.

THERE.

I mean, just look at that handsome devil. He's like every Burberry catalog fantasy I've ever had.

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