No, it wasn't perfect. Name me one movie that is, honestly. But, come on. I see a lot of crud about this being "Unwatchable," and "Awful," and in some cases "The worst movie ever." Well, really. The only way anyone could possibly think that about AotKT is if they have absolutely no sense of humour. I'm 22, I just saw it for the first time, I loved it. If you like Mel Brooks movies, this is pretty similar. They took an idea (Hitchcock's The Birds), twisted it into something more obscure and off the wall (Tomatoes), and had a good time making fun of every little cliché of the horror genre, and then some.
If you, like another reviewer on here, watch two minutes of it and decide you're done with it, then I can't imagine you watch many movies at all. I can't remember the last time I saw a movie that had my interest thoroughly grabbed in the first two minutes. The top best-selling movies EVER all failed to grab my interest within the first two minutes, and yet, I ended up liking them. So, my points are twofold; One, don't be a wuss, if you're going to watch this movie at all, actually watch it. Don't watch it for thirty seconds and say "Ugh, how corny, I'm ditching this." Two, consider what you expect out of movies in general, but especially this one.
Most people watch movies to have fun, and be entertained. If you watch AotKT for those reasons, you'll find it enjoyable. Some people apparently watch movies demanding to be blown away by every aspect of it, and come out of it raving like they've had an epiphany. Don't do that. Ever.
... Anyway. Yeah. This is about half-comment, half-rant, but so be it. I found AotKT enjoyable; if you watch it expecting a satire of horror and an entertaining watch, you'll get it. If you're expecting to be left convulsing on the floor feeling like life has no meaning since it peaked at seeing the movie; then you should try something habit-forming.