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Insomnia

2002 . Crime, Mystery, Thriller . 1h 58m

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About the movie

Two Los Angeles homicide detectives are dispatched to a northern town where the sun doesn't set to investigate the methodical murder of a local teen.

Rated:

R

Language:

English

Release:

24 May 2002

Original Title:

Insomnia

Genres:

Crime, Mystery, Thriller

Length:

1h 58m

Produced By:

Alcon Entertainment, Witt/Thomas Productions, Section Eight Ltd.

Budget:

$46,000,000

Box Office Sales:

$113,714,830

Awards:

1 win & 11 nominations

Keywords:

hotel, detective, confession, small town, fbi, homicide, blackmail, hallucination, insomnia, investigation, love, remake, murder, flashback, alaska, shootout, guilt, phone call, neo-noir, midnight sun, planted evidence, crime writer

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Reviews

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Dylan Watson

2 years ago

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Loved this movie. Not confusing and follows a great but pretty simple plot. Al pacino playing the troubled cop and Robin Williams playing the villian! Loved the chemistry between the two of them. Christopher Nolan did a great job and this one is definitely underrated

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Jordi B image

8 months ago

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The first time I watched this film I honestly had no idea it was a Christopher Nolan film. The ending seems pretty straightforward at least in my opinion. However, the real reason to watch this film is for Robin William’s performance. Al Pacino without a doubt delivers. He is great at playing the troubled cop, but the movie stealer without a doubt is Robin Williams. This movie shows what a phenomenal actor he was. Although he was primarily known for his comedic roles, he could play a villain like no other. I would have loved to see him in more of these types of roles. The cat and mouse chase between Pacino and Williams is amazing, and the movie will have you glued to the screen until the last minute. Definitely an underrated crime thriller.

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Ali Goudarzi

4 months ago

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I wish it was more complicated

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Hari A

7 months ago

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Ok

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The Queen of Movies

1 year ago

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Not bad

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E Sh

9 months ago

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