Why must you compare the movie to the comics to know how good the movie is? You watched the movie, that should be all you need. Don't bother with useless comparisons: just accept the movie as a seperate work, with its own strengths and weaknesses. (and there's plenty of both)
I finally watched...
I know, I know, but did you watch the new theatrical trailer?
I think it's a bit more expansive than status updates and duck-face profile pics. David Fincher is directing it, I have respect for him, and he's competent enough to make this worth seeing.
Yes, really. No shit.
It may not be wholly original, but I'm not dreading it by any means. It seems much more tasteful than "Dinner for Schmucks" or other low-grade comedies that have been coming out of the woodwork lately.
Danielewski invented tedium. I've never been so bored. I still haven't finished it; haven't picked it up since the day I put it down, and (despite what some people have told me) i have NO INTEREST IN EVER READING ANOTHER WORD OF THIS TERRIBLE TERRIBLE BOOK.
The next book he writes should be...