Location: You're pretty good.
I loved it but still think that if it wasn't for Pacino + Robin WIlliams as a villain and if Nolan didn't direct it but someone else I definitely wouldn't see it as any different from any other good movie about a killer that killed a teenage girl. I mean ofcourse it's good, in fact very good but not as unique as Nolan's other movies in each of their genre's. The thing that pops out the most is the conflict between the hero and the villain and namely that the hero isn't all that perfect. The sleeplessness and tireness of Pacino's character was wonderfully done, I myself have such periods and even if I don't I tend to cut off a lot of my sleeptime and the effects and editing on those scenes, the sounds and everything was very accurate. But all these things only make it classify between good and very good, but do not make it as unique as Nolan's other work.