This has been receiving a lot of high praise. Yes, it's enjoyable and expertly crafted, but honestly, and I know I'll be the outlier here, it's weirdly forgettable for me... and I just saw it. It's one of Christopher Nolan's less "overblown" films, which I liked a lot, but I had no empathy for any of the characters, despite the harrowing premise. Minimalist WWII drama with human placeholders.
I really don't understand the hate this film gets. Sure there are moments that feel painfully contrived, but the overall offerings far outweigh those issues. I'm happy enough just seeing Ridley Scott return to classic science fiction. As a big fan of the first two "Alien" films and the lore associated, I found "Prometheus" to be very satisfying, despite the script hangups. It's beautiful and visceral all at the same time.