Each week FILMCLUB will be bringing you reviews of the latest and classic DVD releases that feature on the charity’s 4,000 strong catalogue.
And so you know exactly whether you’ll like it or not, the reviews come from kids just like you!
Below you can read the review of the Inception by FILMCLUB member Robbie Jones aged 13 from Beachwood School in Slough.
And if you fancy another review, then check out our full list of DVD reviews right here!
Ah, Inception. Where do I begin??
Christopher Nolan, well known for directing masterpieces Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, has done it again and brought us something so unimaginably amazing, it’s too hard to describe.
Leo Dicaprio stars as Dom Cobb, a man who leads a team into other people’s dreams, looking for one thing: Secrets. They are the extractors. But, they are then given the task of planting an idea in someone else’s mind.
This film is a mind-bending experience that truly brings out the amazing directing skills of Nolan. The film also includes fabulous performance from Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Tom Hardy, both of which are to star in Nolan’s upcoming – The Dark Knight Rises.
Whether you understand it or not, there’s no denying the complexity of the film, and just how brilliant it is. This will be top of my DVD collection, always and forever. Inception will expand your mind to lengths unknown.
Every morning, I wake up, and I kick myself because I didn’t watch this in the cinema. Whether you like Nolan or not, watch it. Just watch it. It is amazing, right down to the last detail, which features heavily in this film, so be sure to pay attention!
Overall, I give this film 5 stars, for being absolutely amazing in every way possible. Enjoy 🙂
Rating 5 out of 5 stars
Inception (12) is out now on DVD. Buy it here
Click here to return to the Fun Kids FILMCLUB section for more news, reviews and interviews!
FILMCLUB is a nationwide education charity and experts in film for young people. The initiative offers access to thousands of popular and classic films from around the world for young people and teachers to watch and discuss in their school film clubs.
Visit www.filmclub.org for more information.