There aren’t as many as negatives as critics claim there are. It’s visually very good, even if there isn’t a lot of Ryuk.
I felt like the girl was more interesting than the guy, which sorta doesn’t help that ending.
I don’t know why they used that take of the guy screaming when he encounters Ryuk.
The terrorism aspect of the film seems sorta forced, as if someone on the crew stated, “Gotta be about America: let’s talk about the Middle East.”
Overall significantly better than Avatar: The Last Airbender, and Ghost in the Shell, although Ghost in the Shell has some very good visuals as well.