Clearly over-directed, and that works really well in the combat scenes but feels excessive in the one-to-one interactions, specially at the beginning. The writing can be self-conscious, but I'd be lying if I say I didn't laugh at its one-liners and punch-lines. As for the acting, the two leads were just okay but the supporting players were simply fantastic! And the visual effects... so so good! I really had a blast.
While not piercing as deeply as the comic book it also skips a lot of ridiulous shit in there as well. To the credit of the film. It takes what's great about the comic and distills it into the greatest love story of the 10's thus far. And I don't think it will be exeeded.
Really fun to watch and aesthetically pleasing, but I did feel like I had just been through a bit more complex version of a youtube videogame walkthrough. Nevertheless, there's a clear intention of lightness in the film, paired with smart remarks and pretty good depictions of life in early 20's