Inception ending [SPOILERS!]

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So, for all those who've watched Inception, you saw the way it ended, the top was spun, screen goes black. What are your thoughts? Is he dreaming? Or not?
 
I think it's not a dream, but I also think that the ending represents that Cobb doesn't care whether or no it's a dream, as long as he's with his kids.
 
I don't think it's a dream, as you can see the little spinner start wobbling, but other than that I have no other evidence.
 
Courtnee said:
the whole moviie was basically a dream for him
Wow, you don't know what the movie was about, I'm not surprised.
 
iots what both me and my two friends thought.

stop trying to start *censored.2.0* its annoying if you dont like what i think idc live with it
 
Courtnee said:
iots what both me and my two friends thought.

stop trying to start *censored.2.0* its annoying if you dont like what i think idc live with it
You do care, since you replied to my post.
 
Personally, I think it was a dream. The kids wore the same clothes and did the same exact things as when he was getting the plane tickets, and just because it wobbled doesn't mean it didn't keep going.
 
FarrenTheRobot said:
Personally, I think it was a dream. The kids wore the same clothes and did the same exact things as when he was getting the plane tickets, and just because it wobbled doesn't mean it didn't keep going.
But it's a sign that it's going to stop soon.
 
Jak said:
I think it's not a dream, but I also think that the ending represents that Cobb doesn't care whether or no it's a dream, as long as he's with his kids.
Pretty much this. I think that's what the whole movie is about although I do find the lack of an audience "totem" interesting.
 
I don't think he's dreaming, but it didn't matter anyway, he got to be with his kids, and that was real enough for him.


Edit - didn't see that this was said.
 
Comatose said:
Jak said:
I think it's not a dream, but I also think that the ending represents that Cobb doesn't care whether or no it's a dream, as long as he's with his kids.
Pretty much this. I think that's what the whole movie is about although I do find the lack of an audience "totem" interesting.
I agree, not really based on any fact, I just like happy endings.
 
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