Insert the second disc (Special Features) of this Christopher Nolan thriller and once the menu loads, enter these numbers on your remote: 528491. Doing this will cause a picture of Cobb's spinning top to appear. Press Enter on this to view a motion comic that sets up the events at the beginning of the film. The number 528491 is a series of random digits that Robert Fischer (Cillian Murphy) gives to the team, when Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) asks him to give the first six digits that come to mind. There's also a great music-based Easter egg in Inception you can learn about here.
Memento: Limited Edition
Fans of this film may recall the story is not told in chronological order. But you can — if you can find the Easter egg. Pop in the second disc from this two-DVD set and when the animation stops, select the clock out of all these images and you'll be presented with multiple choice questions. Select answer "C" for all and another test will appear on the screen asking you to place the pictures of a woman changing her car's tire in chronological sequence. The answer is to put them in reverse order (3, 4, 1 and then 2). If you do this correctly, the movie credits will roll backwards and the film will then play in chronological order.
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
Speaking of Star Wars, who knew Yoda was into hip-hop? Watch the lean green dancing machine get his groove on by unlocking a hilarious clip of Yoda bustin' some moves with a posse of stormtroopers behind him. To access it, enter the Options area from the main menu, and then use the DVD remote to press numbers "11" (or "10+, 1," depending on your DVD player), followed by "3" and then "8," to launch the secret music clip. "1138," by the way, refers to George Lucas' first feature film, THX 1138.