It was delightful and gorgeous and exciting. It has all the standard superhero movie elements: high-stakes plot, amazing action sequences, fast car chase, cool gadgets, surprising reveals, a lot of humour, a hero with daddy issues, a bit of romance.
And - my preference in superhero movies - not about a Lone Hero, but about people working together, and the importance of caring for each other and supporting each other to get things done. A couple of easter eggs and references to the rest of the MCU if you are nerdy enough to look out for them.
... and it's also completely engaging with the systemic inequality imposed on black people around the world, and there are multiple women in a range of roles, and the only two white characters of importance are
I liked T'Challa well enough - more than I did in Civil War - but I adored Okoye: hypercompetent, loyal, honourable, beautiful. And that scene between her and Nakia! ("the one about duty", "they're all about duty").