Originally Posted by BigThor
But would you say the humor "harmed" the film overal as some are insinuating?
I can't speak for others however I can understand where others may be coming from. The last act of the film is kinda where it feels the most out of place, seriousness gets offset by some eye rolling goofiness. Frankly if people have issues with the humour I think it comes back to the first act of the film being choppy with mishandled plot points. Ultimately some pretty serious things happen that are glossed over from Act 2 onwards. The irony I think is that had the humour not been present the film would have been a lot worse because it kinda covers the flaws in the story.