The term "flux capacitor" has been a buzz-word used to replace any random gizmo ever since your favorite cult-classic film Back To The Future graced us in 1985. But most of us use it without a damn clue of how the device actually works. To clear the air, sloshspot.com thought they might give you some insight into how the legendary device makes time travel possible.via www.sloshspot.com Related articles
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Another Inception infographic. The idea was to show that as the characters plunge into the deeper layers of dreams, time seems to pass 20 times slower. The thickness of layers refers to the perception of time at each level.
This infographic is in Portuguese language.
Don’t know whether you’re in the real world or a dream? Consult the flowchart.via pleated-jeans.com
Christopher Nolan has directed only seven feature films, but it feels like he’s made more. That’s because all of his films– the indie thrillers Following and Memento, the moral-corrosion duet of Insomnia and The Prestige, the genre-redefining Batman films, and the Inception — are all constructed to reward (if not require) repeat viewings. His films are confusing. You might forget which movie you’re watching. Perhaps you’ll even forget your name.At the National PopWatch Asylum for Cinemaniacs, they’ve constructed a rudimentary Christopher Nolan flowchart. Print out a copy and carry it with you whenever you think you may be watching a Christopher Nolan film. Think of this flowchart as your own personal tiny spinning top, keeping you grounded in reality, and check it out via popwatch.ew.com
The genius of Inception is that it is ambiguous enough that you can come up with a good theory and find corroborating evidence in the movie for it.via hewreck.com
The various dream levels (as Sean Mort, graphic designer from UK understand it) in Inception. He was trying to simplify it for myself.
Update: He saw the film for a third time last week and his idea of what happened has completely changed. He believe this to be correct. Any comments would be appreciated.