I went into it with low expectations.
And it still failed to meet my expectations. *Kinda* silly? It was so goofy the whole time you could never tell if a threat or situation was serious. The bad guy, Gorr the God Butcher, was cool. I wish we could have seen him doing more cool things like butchering gods and stuff. One of the biggest problems with the whole movie was that Gorr had a just, understandable motivation - killing the gods because they were dicks and caused untold suffering. And the movie certainly did make the gods dicks, uncaring, arrogant, vain, and easily responsible for untold suffering, so the bad guy really was on the side of good, altruism, and justice. I found myself rooting for him, disappointed in the knowledge that he was going to fail because he wasn't the main character.
And anyone can be Thor if they hold mjolnir now? And mjolnir was "taking care" of CGI Kiera Knightly but also accelerating her cancer and killing her? And Thor can give kids the power of Thor to fight bad guys? Wouldn't that have been a good power to use when they were fighting Thanos trying to prevent him from killing half the universe? And why is the cartoonishly big plastic axe-hammer Thor made last movie the key to the Alter of Eternity? The movie was so nonsensical I didn't know what to make of it. It's like it was written by a team of 10 year old kids that never checked with each other to see what the others were writing.
And the screaming goat meme got old in 2012. And Rick and Morty did the crash-into-the-surprisingly-small-planet gag better.
It had some funny parts, though.