Spoiler alert! Don't want to know the official ending of "Inception"? Stop reading now. Sir Michael Caine revealed if the spinning top drops or keeps turning in an interview with BBC radio (via Gizmodo): "[The spinning top] drops at the end, that's when I come back on. If I'm there it's real, because I'm never in the dream. I'm the guy who invented the dream." So that means… Leonardo DiCaprio's reunion with his children was real life, not a dream within a dream within a dream.
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To be fair, I would take what Sir Michael Caine says with a pinch of salt. He is notorious for a lot of misinformation. Last year he was talking about how the Joker was definitely coming back for the 3rd Batman film and it would also include the Penguin. None of which has been confirmed of course.
Any Oscars buzz yet for this film and whether it is likely to be nominated for any of the big awards...?
best movie, best screenplay, best director, leading actor (Leo) - this is the buzz so far - Leo's nom being the most debatable one considering the others getting the buzz for this category (Firth being the leading one in prognosis for King's speech)... Inception is being represented more as a project/team work than one pushing individuals upfront hence Leo's nom being the most uncertain one from all of the above buzzed about.
^^ And even if he gets nominated, (which would be a huge honor for him either way) you can tell from beforehand he's never going to win. It'll probably go between James Franco (I can see James winning. His performance is getting 5 star reviews) and Colin Firth.
I do think it will take up atleast one or two awards and a few nom's. (soundtrack and possibly costume? Black Swan is going to win that one though)
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