Still garners more of an intellectual appreciation and respect than any sort of emotional engagement from me. Seeing it on the big screen magnifies the accomplishment that is the visual effects. Scott skillfully mines the material for grace notes, evoking moral and existential questions in the midst of a barebones plot.
Ford's performance is distractingly bad. Not so much in his line readings, but in the scenes that could be loosely described as "action sequences", he severely overplays his reactions. That works for movies like Raiders and Star Wars while being sorely out of place here.