ORANGE? BLORANGE? MORANGE? I suspect there may be some desire amongst folks to discuss Veronica Mars, which, if you were interested in seeing a Veronica Mars movie, is pretty decent, but isn't likely to win new converts, I think, and has a couple of delightful cameos. Two spoiler-y thoughts after the jump:
1. Given that Logan/Veronica 'shippers were assuredly the backbone of the Kickstarter supporters, it's unsurprising that the movie goes back there. That said, credit to Thomas and Ruggiero for having the self-awareness to have their heroine say that pursuing a relationship with him (and staying in Neptune) is ultimately an addictive/self-destructive endeavor. (Dohring, unfortunately, hasn't gotten any better as an actor in the years since the show left the air.)
2. Dick Casablancas is a fan favorite, and Ryan Hansen playing a lunkhead is always fun, but doesn't the film kind of jump through a hoop at the end to let him off the hook? He was on the boat where the incident underlying the blackmail that drives the film's plot took place, but that's explained away with "oh, he passed out earlier in the evening."