Completely predictable. Takes place in high school but felt like it was made by high-school kids.
I'm trying to think of a redeeming quality.. I'll update this if any come to mind.
This is probably the most comic book movie that I have yet to see in cinematic history. So much happens, but it comes together much like the panels of a comic book itself, with so much vibrancy, care, and dimension to each shot. A cinematic marvel (pun intended) in regards to comic book cinema.
One of the aspects of this films dimension is the investment and care the viewer is purposely supposed to have at the time the film takes…