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How did Inception affect your dreams?

Asked by judyprays (1309points) July 29th, 2010

I just kept waking up every time I started dreaming. Anything interesting happen to anyone?

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JesusWasAJewbot's avatar

I now only dream about crappy, over hyped movies.

Jude's avatar

Not really an answer to your question, but, when I do wake up from a dream, I am always dreaming about my Mom (who passed away three years ago). I’m thinking that I dream about her every night.

Blackberry's avatar

It didn’t have an effect on my dreams, but it was such a great movie that I love talking about it. The concept was so fresh and new, everything about that movie was professional.

whitenoise's avatar

It didn’t.

I thought the movie wasn’t worth my time and money.

Too simple a concept and too poor in scripting and execution.

@JesusWasAJewbot I am glad to meet someone else that didn’t like it.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

I got a review of that movie from a trusted source and he said I would easily sleep through it.
Maybe you should watch it again?? ;)

JesusWasAJewbot's avatar

@whitenoise – It was like 2½ hours of characters and story that i didnt care about at all, no immersion. I admit the visuals and everything was really cool, that i did enjoy but i couldnt get over the lack of interest i had in watching these characters dive deeper and deeper into dream worlds.

Jude's avatar

Heh, I had no idea that you were talking about a movie. My answer makes no sense, lol.

Blackberry's avatar

@Jesuswasajewbot I see, so essentially you would not have liked it either way? You just didn’t like the characters and were not interested the concept as a whole.

Austinlad's avatar

I’m awfully tired of being disappointed by over-hyped, special effect-driven sci-fi films, and I’m not a fan of anyone in this one (sorry, Leo fans), so I’m not planning to see it. But if I wind up doing so when it comes out on DVD I’ll probably dream that I wished I hadn’t.

cockswain's avatar

@Austinlad I’m with you, but this movie was good.

Blackberry's avatar

@Austinlad The actual plot and story is what made it good, in my opinion. I was not even concerned with the effects. Do you know what it’s about?

ninahenry's avatar

I thought it was hilarious how it started with Jack washing up from the bottom of the ocean.

No, it didn’t affect my dreams.

Austinlad's avatar

@Blackberry and @Cockswain, I’ve read a lot about it and, being as intrigued with dreams as I am, I’ll probably see it despite my previous cynical comments. Thanks for the input!

tinyfaery's avatar

Whatever you think of it (I happened to like it), don’t go see it when you haven’t slept for almost 48 hours. I had quite a trip; not all positive.

cockswain's avatar

why were you awake that long? Drogas?

CMaz's avatar

What I found interesting. When I listen to music while sleeping. When they go to a commercial. That “kick” wakes me all the time.

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hiphiphopflipflapflop's avatar

I was going to see it last night but didn’t feel like going out late. I decided to see an early show today. I ended up having a really long an intense dream before going to see the movie that eerily reminded me of the trailers to the move after I woke up.

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