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Inception

4K Ultra HD

Blu Ray

  • Score
    80
    from 3 reviewers
  • Inception
    2010
    148 min
    PG-13
    True 4K
    HDR10

    Director: Christopher Nolan

    Actors: Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page, Tom Hardy

    Plot: A thief who steals corporate secrets through the use of dream-sharing technology is given the inverse task of planting an idea into the mind of a C.E.O.

    Disc Release Date: 19 December 2017

    • Video
      74
    • Audio
      89
    • Extra
      77
    • Movie
      87

    all scores

    • Video
      70
    • Inception infiltrates 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray with a disappointingly flawed HEVC / H.265 encoded 2160p transfer. The UHD Blu-ray was reviewed on a Samsung UE55KS8000 Ultra HD TV and a Samsung UBD-K8500 Ultra...

    • Audio
      100
    • Whilst many are saying that this would have been the perfect time for Nolan to have pushed for Dolby Atmos tracks for all of this films, it's also clearly a time for Nolan to remind us just how good his...

    • Extra
      80
    • The Ultra HD Blu-ray disc itself has no extras to call its own, with the Blu-ray's Featurette-packed "Extraction Mode" Picture-in-Picture Track relegated to the accompanying Blu-ray film disc, and a third...

    • Movie
      100
    • Nolan's best film and DiCaprio's best blockbuster, Inception remains one of the most immersive, involving and unique experiences in the history of cinema. Gestating within the mind of modern master filmmaker...

    • Total
      80
    • Inception is a testament as to what we should expect from modern action-thriller blockbusters, delivering a mature and intelligent feature that remains a unique experience even seven years on from its...

    Blu-ray.com review by Martin Liebman
    • Video
      80
    • Inception doesn't look mind-bogglingly fantastic on UHD. Good to even great, yes, but it doesn't approach format pinnacle. Part of that -- maybe even much of that -- stems from Nolan's reserved touch;...

    • Audio
      100
    • As with all of the other Christopher Nolan films on UHD, Inception has not received an upgrade to Dolby Atmos or DTS:X, instead sticking with the previously (or concurrently, as the case may be with Dunkirk)...

    • Extra
      70
    • InceptionExtraction Mode (Disc One) Dreams: Cinema of the Subconscious Inception: The Cool Job Project Somnacin: Confidential Files 5.1 Inception Soundtrack Conceptual Art Gallery Promotional Art Archive...

    • Movie
      100
    • Warner Brothers has released the mind-bending Christopher Nolan film 'Inception' to the UHD format alongside many of the filmmaker's other works. This disc is available individually and as part of a box...

    • Total
      90
    • Inception's UHD disc offers improvements to the Blu-ray that are more subtle than they are dynamic. Video is an upgrade over the Blu-ray to be sure, but it's not the sort of tight, significant leap one...

    High-Def Digest review by M. Enois Duarte
    • Video
      60
    • Nolan's visual wonder aims to plant an idea on 4K Ultra HD with a great-looking and generally satisfying HEVC H.265 encode, but it doesn't quite reach the levels expected in order for it take hold and...

    • Audio
      100
    • One of the wildest and most imaginative heist films ever breaks into the deep recesses of Ultra HD with the same 5.1 DTS-HD MA soundtrack enjoyed on the Blu-ray. As with the other Nolan UHD releases, an...

    • Extra
      80
    • All the same supplements are ported over from previous home video releases, which can be read in more detail in our review of the standard Blu-ray HERE....

    • Movie
      90
    • Many of the concepts, ideas, and themes explored in Christopher Nolan's Inception are neither novel nor wholly original. We've seen several films feature plots involving dreams-within-dreams and questions...

    • Total
      80
    • Christopher Nolan's Inception is a visually striking experience with an engagingly thrilling story involving dream sharing and the subconscious. At its forefront, the film seems overly complex and convoluted,...

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