Garrett’s review published on Letterboxd:
Everything with Tony Stark is great and that's obviously the case for most of the marvel movies. The time we spend with him at the beginning, as well as after the time jump and when he goes into the past are all near-perfect character moments. I guess my real complaint is that once the film goes about its plot and explains the logic of what is going to happen the pace becomes way too fast and feels like a highlight clip show rather than a story (an all too common problem with Marvel films.) I would have preferred to see the dead characters come back and actually communicate and interact for an extended period rather than some huge CGI battle. There is no explanation of what happened after the snap or anything. I prefer character moments with big emotions, not the bland ass action set pieces these movies have. I check out mentally when there are big CGI battles in the dark, it's boring. I have always liked Captain America: The First Avenger and Iron Man more than these big team-up crossovers. Apart from the first Avengers film all of them lack real insight and meaning.
Unrelated: I don't feel the need to watch new MCU movies going forward. Maybe it's fatigue with these movies but most were already uninteresting to me anyway so... I generally don't ever feel excited about them so no point wasting my time anymore.