Generally, you’re probably not going to see many advance reviews for Christopher Nolan’s upcoming Inception because the film is currently embargoed.  But Peter Travers of Rolling Stone does have his review in the latest issue that goes on sale tomorrow.  The New York Post’s Lou Lumenick got a hold of the first paragraph and posted it online:

“The mind-blowing movie event of the summer arrives just in time to hold back the flow of Hollywood sputum that’s been sliming the multiplex. Inception…will be called many things, starting with James Bond Meets The Matrix. You can feel the vibe of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner in it, and Nolan’s own Memento and The Dark Knight. But Inception glows with a blue-flame intensity all its own. Nolan creates a dream world that he wants us to fill with our own secrets. I can’t think of a better goal for any filmmaker. Of course, trusting the intelligence of the audience can cost Nolan at the box office. We’re so used to being treated like idiots. How to cope with a grand-scale epic, shot in six countries at a reported cost of $160 million, that turns your head around six ways from Sunday? Dive in and drive yourself crazy, that’s how.”