Trailer 1: Quiet Beauty
In keeping with the posters, virtually nothing is given away here. All that is shown is some cool imagery, and that awesome tag line. There is not a single syllable of dialogue. The only thing to be heard is Hans Zimmer's booming score. At least, I think it's Hans Zimmer. The fight in the tumbling hallway features pretty heavily in this one, and this is what hooked me. It looked like nothing we had seen before, and it left we anxiously awaiting the next one.
Trailer 2: The Most Resilient Parasite
This one doesn't offer much in the way of plot either, instead opting to tease us with cryptic dialogue and more arresting shots. It does elude to the fact the Leo is some sort of criminal, and one that can apparently steal ideas from your head, which just sounds sick! So, we have that to work with. It also reveals more of the cast. We finally get to see Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page, Ken Watanabe, and Tom Hardy as to run around, shooting things. This one leaves us with more sweet shots, and a slightly better idea as to what the movie's about. It also leaves us wondering what the "kick" is.
Trailer 3: Under Control
Now, we're getting somewhere! This one, while still leaving us somewhat in the dark, presents a much clearer picture as to whatever the hell this thing is about. One thing that's interesting to note, is that DiCaprio's character, Cobb, apparently wants out of his life of dream invasion, and longs to return to his dearly beloved, played by Marion Cotillard. The action is ramped way up for this trailer, showcasing a good chunk of the visual and technical wizardry that Nolan employed. We are still unclear as to what role each character plays, or who the bad guy is, but one thing's for certain. This movie is going to be something else.
There you go, a quick overview of all the trailers released into theaters thus far. There probably won't be another one, unless they throw a new one onto Eclipse, or something, so, don't hold your breath waiting for it. I don't if I'll write up anything more about Inception before my review on the 16th, but, you never know. Keep an open mind about it. Sweet dreams!