Josephine (Docma)’s review published on Letterboxd:
A film that recognizes that everyone who thinks that Light Yagami has a point is a bitch ass loser.
And that the original manga/anime is such a stupid mess so instead Wingard says: "Bro, this is is camp now".
American interventionism and drone strikes take the form of a horny teenager and his magical book, Nat Wolff performs as if he came from the acting school that gave birth to Nicolas Cage, and the work itself acts as a response to the way americans appropiate the work of other cultures.
How can anyone dislike this?