Watched it last night and really enjoyed it. I find Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Segel two of the most off-putting screen presences normally but they were both excellent in this. It doesn't do anything fancy but it does give the two leads plenty of space to breathe and talk. Should be in contention for plenty of adapted screenplay awards, the source novel's been converted really well for the screen.
Don't think any 'celebrity' death saddens me more than Wallace's, got pretty emosh at the end, not gonna lie.