I thought it was largely pretty bad. I'm not familiar with the graphic novel, but the gay relationship introduced halfway through the movie felt very forced and token-y. It also follows a large trend in most action movies where you'll get maybe 20 minutes of solid action and the rest is talking, a trend that the John Wick movies have had a great success in bucking even though their plots are mostly ridiculous. I watched Alexander Aja's Crawl on Amazon Prime a few weeks ago. Great popcorn creature feature in the vain of Jaws, etc. I can see why Sam Raimi was involved in producing it. But hands down the best movie I've seen in awhile is Macon Blair's "I Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore" on Netflix. It expertly tows the line between humor and a serious story and there's barely a slow moment through the whole thing. Lastly, I watched "The Art of Self-Defense" on Hulu. What starts off as a pretty light-hearted satire on the 2nd amendment, toxic masculinity, and karate culture really devolves into ridiculousness through its 2nd half- both in what happens and its glib commentary on current social issues that I guess I was unprepared for.