Nobody was watchable, but kind of left a bad taste in my mouth. I think you're right that it went downhill after the bus fight - the beginning was fairly well done. Christopher Lloyd was playing the same basic role Robert Duvall played in Jack Reacher - old guy who shows up, enjoys shooting people, and pretty much removes any pretense that the movie is going to display some thoughtfulness about violence, trauma, masculinity, storytelling, what have you. I also hated the end, largely because I have no idea why Odenkirk's character's wife didn't dump his ass.
I got nothing to say about any of those albums. I like "It's All Over Now", as well as a handful of the early Stones singles ("Tell Me" is one that never gets any love that I enjoy). But as songwriters they can't hold a candle to the Kinks.