I will somewhat agree with the bolded part but on the whole I still can't see why some people are calling this one of the greatest movies in the history of cinema. I'm personally glad it's doing so well at the box office. The word of mouth certainly got "new" people to go see the movie but the majority of them appear to be saying it's good but not great. I know the "it's great" crowd is a large one but I just don't see it. I plan on watching the movie again just to see if there's something I missed but while I'd agree they got the job done I'm still a little shy about saying they did something great. I really didn't see anything that was an improvement over the original picture and I'd say even their last picture (A SERIOUS MAN) had better work done by them. I think if I were behind INCEPTION, THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT, 127 HOURS or WINTER'S BONE then I'd be upset. I'm also a little shocked that Polanski and THE GHOST WRITER did so poorly. It seemed like it would be a lock for at least one of the Best Picture noms. Jeff Bridges is the only other one I'd throw a red flag at. DiCaprio x2 could have been selected or at least moved him to the Supporting Actor. He certainly wasn't the lead whereas the Supporting Actress was the lead and got dumped down, which in return took a spot from Moore.