eh except it focus's on keeping the viewers attention through unnecessary action (i.e. the subconscious attacks you in an unnecessary and childishly explained gunfight, probably because the movie had to make up for lack of antagonist, because Nolan is really just a popcorn director after all and can't go without an antagonist) and then uses horrible urban legend science, which is this idea that we only use part of our brains, to explain that planting an "idea" means we act on this idea (when we have plenty of ideas we never act on.) For having ten years to write this you think he'd have gotten some kind of modern science correct..
The characters aren't interesting. Cobb is one of the least interesting protagonist that I've ever come across. And I don't even know what the other character motivations are.
But hey throw in a magical suitcase and complicate "dream rules" (although leave huge inconsistencies) and you have a brilliant script!
What a bar to set!!!!