What a lovingly crafted, surprisingly warm (pun intended), delightfully silly movie. The production design is fantastic, mixing gothic and post-apocalypse, Mad Max and King Arthur. All the cast is putting in good work, you never get the feeling anyone didn't put some love into. And yeah it's about fighting dragons, what's not to love? (The effects to render the dragons and the fire and embers everywhere are great and still hold up!)
I actually didn't enjoy this as much as Rogue Nation, which had a bunch more color, an even larger plethora of stunt scenes, and felt a hell of a lot faster in the second act. But I still enjoyed this immensely, and it's exactly what we need in these boring summer months.