Snowmageddon gave me the chance to catch up on some moveigoing, which I must admit has been rather lax as of late. Thanks to on-demand I didn’t have to leave the couch – or worry about those nasty bedbugs, which have kept me wary of enjoying a proper cinema experience. High on the list for a long time has been Christopher Nolan’s Inception. At times perplexing, if not downright confusing, I must bow down to the creative imagination (and special effects) involved. Plus, if ever there was an Oscar for outstanding final image in a film this picture would have it in a lock: the almost imperceptible wobble of Leonardo DiCaprio’s spinning totem was a precis of all that had come before, while simultaneously daring the viewer to question its reality. More than just a satisfying end to the film, it was a breathtaking cinematic moment for the books.