I enjoyed the last 20-30 minutes, when Raimi's style got the spotlight and found Olsen to be genuinely good (with what she had). Aside from that...
Is Marvel/Disney really expecting everybody to watch 7+ hours of a TV show to fully understand what's going on here? Well, apparently not, since many are already complaining about the undoing of Wanda's arc from Wandavision. So, people who didn't see it (like me) are feeling lost and the ones that did, hate what became of her. What the hell are they doing? Also, the fact that
a nobody... literally a walking macguffin and overall annoying character, beats one of the most powerful beings in the MCU bothered me a lot.
A lot of references and cameos... because it's a Marvel film and you know the drill. The whole multiverse thing has open the door for infinite possibilities but ironically every single one of them will feel meaningless. Why should I care if a character dies or if they tell me a whole universe has been destroyed?
"Oh no! They killed Charles Xavier and Reed Richards!" Who cares! They'll be back sooner rather than later.
Sam Raimi is by far the most legit director that has worked in these movies and even he got watered down. He felt less than director and more like a topping. Look just for the ending and that's it. The rest is as disposable as ever. I saw No Way Home because of the hype... on TV and saw this because of Raimi. I'm officially done. I really wish I could see a universe in which the MCU never left Paramount.