In this week’s issue of TIME, James Poniewozik calls the Kickstarter-funded Veronica Mars movie “a fan-pleasing reunion” — and some of the most dedicated of those fans have already seen it at sold-out fan events yesterday.
And now that it’s in theaters, as of today, the rest of us can see it the normal way (in a movie theater) — or at home. The film is also available with same-day digital, on the following services: Amazon Instant Video, Best Buy Cinema Now, iTunes, Sony Entertainment Network, Flixster, Xbox Video and Vudu. (All the links are at the official website.)
Then again, folks who don’t know that information yet may never need it: Variety‘s take on the movie was that it “makes no sense” unless you’re already a fan.
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