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Days never end. Nightmares are real. No one is innocent.
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May 24, 2002
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Rear Window vs. Insomnia
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The Prestige vs. Insomnia
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Insomnia isn't bad by any stretch. It's a pretty emotional piece with good performances from Pacino and Williams. But I wouldn't recommend watching this with the expectations of Nolan's later films. It's good, but it's nowhere near the levels of depth that he reaches later on in his career.
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Al Pacino, Robin Williams & Hilary Swank starred in this film.
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I think this is easily Nolan's weakest film. Not to say that it's bad, but for Nolan it feels too generic and boring.
Insomnia is arguably better than all three Dark Knight Films.
Even if this is Nolan's weakest, it's still damn good. It puts into perspective just how good of a director he is.
Yeah, this is definitely Christopher Nolan's weakest film.