My husband forced me to go see "Inception" last night.
There was a lot going on in the movie, and I'll admit that when I left the theater, I thought, "Well, I'm pleasantly surprised! I actually really liked that movie."
Then, on the way home much later that evening, my husband and I started actually talking about the movie, and I realized I hadn't liked it as much as I thought I had. It's the type of movie where there's a lot going on, and you really have to pay attention to get what's going on and unravel everything. Unfortunately, that means that the script writer doesn't have to focus on developing the characters or making them very interesting. Two characters where portrayed as interesting. Their backgrounds and the way they were introduced in the movie were interesting. Then there was no further development, and they became as boring as any other character.
The ending was ambiguous.
All in all, it was ok, but I wish I had only payed a matinee price for it.