Didn't love it, but nor did I dislike it. Truth be told I'm just ambivalent about it. The main positives for the film are that it looked stunning, the new tech they introduced to MCU was very cool (such as the remote control car/aircraft) and the cast and characters were mainly all excellent. The female actors particularly stood out, they all did a great job with Danai Gurira being MVP. She was so kick-ass. Killmonger was a really good and interesting villain, who you can kind of sympathise with too (until he takes things too far). He completely overshadows T'Challa, who is a bit bland and who in all honesty is probably one of the weakest characters. It's a bit of a shame we didn't see more of Killmonger in the film and
The only problem I had with Killmonger was because of how great and charismatic Michael B Jordan is all I kept thinking was how I couldn't wait see him in Creed II. Not a great sign I'm thinking of another film whilst this one was still going on. Also as much as I think Daniel Kaluuya is a fantastic actor, I didn't think he looked comfortable in his role at all, which is a massive shame.
I also find myself agreeing with @kerraig UK on the African tribal fighting/succession by combat scenarios. Now I could be painting myself as being completely ignorant of African culture, but are these tribal wars still a thing in modern society? I'm sure there are still tribes that have avoided modern society and technology but the people of Wakanda live in the most technologically advanced land on the planet, it just doesn't seem to fit. The whole trial for succession all seemed very silly too.
I also think Wakanda as a nation really fails. You have this technologically advanced civilisation, who could have put a stop to some of the worlds biggest atrocities, helps massively with modern medicine and done the world of good for poverty stricken nations, but they kept themselves hidden. I get that they didn't want to risk people invading their lad to take the Vibranium or risk warmongers getting access to the tech for weapons, but it comes across as very selfish and narrow minded in the grand scheme of things.
Unfortunately l I was probably a little more disappointed than I wanted to be. I didn't think the story was that interesting and I was kind of bored in parts. The action was fairly substandard and uninteresting too. There was really nothing there that we haven't see before other than the remote control cars/aircraft and the ridiculous battle Rhino bit. Seriously, that was awful.
Overall a mixed bag of pros and cons that made for an good middle of the road MCU offering but culturally very significant with a positive final message.