Starting with the good: The cinematography in this film was quite nice, specifically the camera focus. One scene comes to mind where the camera focuses from one actor to another so flawlessly it's almost impossible to not have one's eyes looking at exactly what Polanski wants them to. This brings me to the actors themselves. Ewan McGregor does a great job here, despite how many Star Wars jokes I made about him while watching. It's nice to see him under the direction of a director like Polanski. Pierce Brosnan's performance, while good, will unfortunately be my segue into the bad.
The bad: Pierce Brosnan was good in this movie. All four lines he had. I'm pretty sure that the GPS unit in Ewen McGregor's car has more lines than Pierce Brosnan, who should have been a bigger character here. My only other complaint is that the symbolism of the storm brewing as more and more trouble was uncovered was a little heavy-handed for me.
This was a good movie.