It's amazing that more than 20 years after the film originally came out the humour remains so fresh. Weakest point is probably the character of Jasmine who, despite railing against being considered just a prize, is basically just a prize.
It's an enjoyable romp, mostly because of Downey, Jr and Law.
When I started watching it, I was looking for something that moved at a quick pace and wasn't disappointed until the end, when it becomes clear Adler's death at the beginning of the film, is an anti-climax and/or lead-in to the inevitable sequel.
Harris is great as Moriarty, even if his plan to essentially just make a lot of money feels lacking quite the right dimension one would associate with his character.