I think More Mjhor Thor might be an outlier in the sense that I'm hoping it won't be a typical superhero film, but I'm still super excited.
Regardless, did enjoy a good amount about this one, even if the score got a little overbearing and, though it's not saying much, it's likely my fave of Denis V's filmography (haven't seen the Jake G one tho...) because so much of the talent surrounding the director is functioning at a really high level. I'm not head over heels for Deakins's work here as many seem to be, but there's no denying that it's a fantastic looking film, and damn if Ford doesn't make his time count. All of the secondary cast members do, really, wish we got more time with Letbro and Bautista. The way it does kind of exist as a companion piece and extension of the original works wonders.
And seeing it as a fiction, especially because the CGI here is notably more distanced (for me, anyway) from what felt a lot more practical when I watched the original, works, rather than seeing it as a future. Though I don't know if people who saw the original when it first came out thought that was what 2019 would be like, just that I think we can watch this and realize that we aren't that far away from the year the film takes place in, and that we aren't headed in that direction, but it doesn't undermine the film the way I kind of expected it would, because it exists in the franchise.
Those are just loose, nothing thoughts about 10 minutes removed from my screening.