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Will 'Inception' be too smart for audiences?
The last time Christopher Nolan followed up a Batman film with a brainy mind-bender, "The Prestige" barely limped over $50 million domestic. Of course, "Batman Begins" was no "Dark Knight" at the box office, so anticipation for "Inception" is far greater than it was for "The Prestige," especially since the early trailers have given almost no indication of what the movie is about. You can audibly hear head-scratching in theaters after the trailer plays and we've heard anecdotes about people mangling the title in theater lobbies. Could Nolan make a movie that's both brilliant and utterly flummoxes audiences? We're pretty sure he could.