This is a tough one for someone of my age to rate as it's all too tempting to give it nostalgia points while also comparing it unfavorably to modern MCU movies. I think what's most striking though is how it feels like a movie - a self-contained work that embraces its source material while being guided into being by a single creative vision. Compared to constant calculated sequel-bating, it feels quaint but nevertheless ambitious and satisfying.
Its formula trappings feel more strained than I recall, and there's the distinct feeling that much of its anachronistic cutesiness was added on set in a last-ditch attempt to boost weak material. That said, the cast is uncommonly good and the film as a whole is nothing if not harmless fun.