After a year of being shrouded in mystery, the storyline of Chris Nolan's Inception is blown open with this third trailer. The plot makes a fair amount of sense, and Nolan has promised that this won't be as objectively puzzling as Memento or The Prestige. I'm still concerned about the apparent absence of Tom Berenger, as I hope that Nolan didn't drop a massive spoiler just by casting him and keeping him in the shadows for much of the marketing campaign. Aside from the obviously dazzling imagery on display, the most striking aspect is the absolutely gorgeous musical score. Although the cut feels very much like a Hans Zimmer tune (he's the composer for the film), the music actually comes from Zack Hemsey and it's created especially for the film. Frankly, it's a dangerous thing when you have such powerful music in your marketing materials that does not appear in the film itself. Whether it's Where the Wild Things Are, Star Trek, or the trailer to the upcoming Legend of the Guardians (cut to the lovely "Kings and Queens" sung by 30 Seconds To Mars), you never want a situation where audiences associate the movie with music that will not actually appear in the film. Still, it's a small issue if Inception is anywhere near as good as we all want it to be.