Do yourself a favor and don't read "Inception: The Cobol Job," until after you've seen "Inception," but by all means, bookmark it for later.
We were lucky enough to see it last night (wow -- full review on Friday), and director Chris Nolan throws you right into the action. You're almost immediately disoriented and spend the next two and a half hours trying to catch up.
As the release of the film approached, we finally gave up on reading the infinite teasers, spoilers, reviews, synopses... We wanted to going in a fresh and uncluttered by expectations as possible, and we're glad we did.
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Reading "Cobol" will have you squinting for the clues you think you've picked up, rather than letting Nolan's vision and story unspool before you.