Enjoyed. I was weary of a sentimental, somewhat weepy Punisher and Stevenson drifted into that territory a bit too often for my tastes, but when the script called for action, he excelled and met Ennis' interpretation of the character dead center. The stuff with the girl can be excused as a necessary evil I guess, but I was left wishing that it had been played a little differently. Also, I found Castle to be way too trusting, especially of his new ex-gang member buddy. It just bothered me that after hanging with the guy only once he was so nonchalant about leaving him to look after Angela Donatelli and her daughter.
Other than that, Dominic West was wonderful, he's clearly having a great time with the character, and it was a lot of fun seeing him play Jigsaw as Paul Muni as directed by Tex Avery (Alexander just had to go for that Scarface reference didn't she?).
Some serious balls-to-the-wall shit in this movie. Standout bits being that brutal fucking opening sequence, the deaths of Ink and Pittsy, and the parkour massacre (Maginty!). I also liked that Punisher: War Zone takes place in a world where people get to have superpowers for two seconds, enough time to do a barehanded organ removal, twist someone's head around, or punch a crater into their face.