I'm the same way- I love a movie trance, and if a movie fails to put me into a proper trance it has failed as a movie, IMO. But if it does, it also takes me some time to shake off the trance state after the movie has ended. I don't want anyone deflating that prematurely for me by pointing out details that bothered them or questioning the movie logic. Later, I'm more than game for those kinds of discussions- but let me sit with it for a bit first.
Some have said that Inception is about the art of making movies, putting viewers into a trance and taking them for a ride, like Cobb et. al. took Fischer for a ride. He experienced a real catharsis during his ride, though all of the elements of it were completely manufactured. Just like movies can inspire us and give us a real sense of catharsis.