If you went into it looking for a good time you probably had a good time. If you went into it with an overly critical eye it probably sucked. It's a one time use only popcorn movie. You never have to see it again, but the first time is pretty fun.
This is such a massively BS rationalization. I've been reading exactly this "Oh, it was a popcorn movie..." line from people who enjoyed it ever since the Summer, and I just wonder what the hell goes through people's minds. If you liked the movie (not specifically you, Vamos) fine, who cares?
People enjoy the Alien vs. Predator
movies, and anything involving Schwarzenegger and guns, as well - it doesn't mean they're good movies, though. Just entertaining. There's nothing wrong with being entertained and not seeking anything more, but why oh why do the people who enjoyed this movie have an ongoing need to tell the rest of us that we were wrong to expect something more of a series with a pedigree involving Spielberg, Lucas and Harrison Ford?
I mean, what's the thinking, there? That I'll suddenly slap myself in the head and say, "Oh gosh, you're right! How dare I have expectations of people who've led me to have expectations of them? This is the most brilliant movie ever, as long as I pretend it was made by idiots who got lucky."