If you only read one essay about the hit dream-heist movie Inception today, make it this one. Lazenby takes the idea that we already raised, that Inception is about the act of making movies, and goes one further: It's about Christopher Nolan's anxieties about making movies, the fear that at any moment, the inspiration could drain away and you'll be left with a sterile action movie. [Lazenby on Tumblr, via Roger Ebert on Twitter]