I read the book 2 years ago and I enjoyed it immensely.
Now at the movies, it turned from okay to cheesy to okay. I understand they had to keep it true to the book. (There's a lot that was not included, though.)
I didn't like the way the middle part went when the characters were talking. It kinda dragged.
Oh well. It had its moments of thrill.
Go watch it anyway. It's good fiction.
In the theater, there were these 3 people who were fighting. They agreed to settle it outside the theater. I wonder what it was about. Could it be a religious person who got tricked into watching it? Who knows...