Re: What was the most recent movie I've watched? (Part 2)
I always have out-there interpretations of movies, but I think none of it was "real". Not only did Cobb remain in limbo, but a changed limbo because he no longer needed or desired to see his wife, but everything that happened was in one level of dream or another. I noticed quick cutting that started scenes in the middle of the action even in the "real world" scenes, and naming a character who was to create a maze for Cobb to get through Ariadne was also telling, I thought--something the subconscious would do.
I thought the movie was great, and much was left open to interpretation. But then I liked the Lost finale, too.
Edge trilogy, by me.
Go to the edge of the cliff and jump off. Build your wings on the way down. --Ray Bradbury