Minor Plot Holes
On the 3rd floor, there is an issue in the safe room. Why was the chamber leading up to the safe room windowed if the projections and the Inception team were intended to walk through a labyrinth to reach there? There is nothing to stop the projections or anybody else from just breaking the glass and entering the room. After all, Cobb shattered the window to obstruct his wife’s projection and entered with the rest of the crew at the same moment.
Inception’s reality has a law that what happens to the dreamer’s body will alter the physical features of the dream. This is a minor plot hole. It’s as though Eames is experiencing zero-gravity in the first level of the dream while the van is falling in the second…but then, for no apparent reason, there is still gravity at the 3rd level. There had to be a shift in gravity on the third level, even if the effects were less than in the second.
Major Plot Holes
During the second dream, Arthur should have woken up just as the truck was going to crash into the earth. The combination demonstrates that for a person to be able to wake up from a dream, their body must be in free-fall while they are sleeping (as illustrated above). People have trouble waking up because a more profound aspect of the dream is preventing them from doing so; as a result, they need coordinated kicks to do so. In the end, Arthur can get by without it. He has not yet reached level three in this game. If these rules and regulations are followed in the letter, Arthur won’t be allowed to sleep in the second stratum.
Who Are In The Cast?
Leonardo DiCaprio was the first actor to be cast in the film, and he will play the major role. According to The Hollywood Reporter, both Will Smith and Brad Pitt were considered for the role before it was ultimately handed to Smith. Some commentators have compared him to “the anguished widower in a Gothic story.”
Dom Cobb, portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio, is a genius when it comes to stealing secrets from the brains of other people. He is played by Leonardo DiCaprio. He is highly sought after as a specialist in corporate espionage, but he has also been stripped of all that was once precious to him. Cobb is given the responsibility of planting a concept in the mind of another person, which presents him with the chance to make amends. Cobb’s enemy is monitoring his every move to make sure he doesn’t pull off the perfect crime, which would be a successful theft.
Where It Streaming?
Netflix does allow users to watch “Inception” online. You can begin viewing Inception right now on Netflix, and it will become available for streaming on the 1st of August, 2021.