I have somewhat of a soft spot for retro sci-fi films.
Recently I watched the 1973 cult-classic "Soylent Green". A slow, depressing story about an over-populated, dying earth in 2022 where the only food available to the masses are wafers made by the Soylent Corperation. The ever-so-predictable twist was that the future's elderly were euthanaised and turned into corn chips.
What is extremely disturbing is that movie's premise is perhaps closer to being science fact, than science fiction.
Inception is one of the best movies I've seen. Every aspect of the film is near-perfect, especially the ultra-loud and dramatic instrumental theme repeated throughout the film... The sound of Inception.
The theme music was like nothing I'd ever heard before, but was somehow hauntingly familiar. Like somewhere deep in my sub-conscious I knew it had meaning, but just couldn't remember what.