Absolutely superb film. Watched the 4K Criterion disc and it's a fantastic experience. Bogdanovich captures that loneliness and naivety of a dwindling small town America so well.
Yes, it's good. Perhaps even very good. The dialogue is great - jet black comedy piercing through the beautiful rugged coastline of Ireland. The acting is on point. There is alot going on in this film. So many themes like male pride, loneliness, grief, the backdrop of war, relationships, letting go of friends, and even a hint towards current social landscapes.
But to be honest, it didn't quite elevate to the film I expected it to be, given all the hype around it. It's a solid 7.5/10 film. I just thought it faded away a tiny bit towards the end. Great writing though.