1. Subtracted from my total hours of conscious happiness, making the rest more valuable
  2. Fueled my rage at the unquestioned status of Christopher Nolan as a major director of our time
  3. Crystallized my belief in traditional values of storytelling - such as coherence, humor, meaning - by feeling their lack
  4. Lessened my chances of being in a Christopher Nolan film by inspiring semi-public rants about his inferiority as a mind