I will keep adding reviews/views on films that you are interested in. This one is about Inception and it is written by John McAteer an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Houston Baptist University.
Here’s a taste:
Like all of Christopher Nolan’s moviesInception (Nolan, 2010) is about self-deception (self-inception?, being the beginning of oneself?), particularly the self-deception involved in giving meaning to your life after a tragic and life-shattering event. I’ve only seen the movie once, but I suspect future viewings will support the interpretation that the entire movie was an elaborate hoax that the protagonist (Leonardo DiCaprio’s Dominic Cobb) played on himself in order to make himself think the ending of the movie was real when in fact it is a dream.