Yup. I saw it.
It was… dull, mostly. They introduce some pointless characters, which might have been somewhat interesting except they really don’t have much reason to be there. The plot was so action-heavy that there was no meat to it, and the action was pretty boring. The movie was pretty blatant abuot trying to carry itself on CGI. This actually becomes pretty funny, as they obviously introduce random crap from nowhere just so someone could make a specific CGI scene they thought was cool. And which is actually pretty boring. It actually looks like they put two or three scripts into a blender and had to deal with it.
To illustrate -
First you’ve got the basic setup. Even Emperor Qin Shi Huang, who gets cursed in a Wow-Couldn’t-They-Do-Something-Slightly-More-Historical moment. Flash-forward to modern day (and these are by far the best scenes in the movie) where the family is having trouble dealing with their domesticity and the kid growing up. A couple characters are introduced , there’s a cool general who has no real place in the movie, and the bad guys are overall evil for no reason. generally speaking huge difficulties are created with no warning and then dropped with equally little warning. One of the hero characters (the girl) is actually a pretty sick individual if you think about, and who is willing to kill pretty casually. I don’t like her. The bad guy sort of randomly gets more superpowers, even though the ones he had he never used and they were incredibly dangerous. And he’s a martial arts master.