Saw it last night in 3D with good seats.
I'm not really sure it made the best use of the 3D.
There are some scenes where everything is just awesome, but there are also a lot of scenes where you're left wondering what the hell is going on because there's just too much activity.
Plus, things flying by in the foreground are very distracting and I wish more directors would realize this. Also, I'm not sure if it's the 3D or the clarity of modern film speeds, but there were a lot of enemy flying scenes that looked very 'pasted in.'
I will have to say that they pretty much avoided the things poking out of the screen, and when they did have stuff that jutted, when they moved it out of frame, they moved it far enough that it wasn't jarring that it no longer jutted, so that was well done.
I was left wondering, during the huge final fight scene whether they had the same people working on fight direction as worked on the trailer for Marvel vs Capcom 3. It has the same sense of flow between different characters and different parts of the fight, and they both are Marvel products. Either way, very awesome.
The "left turn, Clyde" bit was hilarious, as was Loki's rudely aborted monologue. Bizarrely, we were the only
people in the theater to wait until the final post-credit bit. Though about a dozen others stayed for the mid-credits bit.
Definitely one for the collection, once it's out.
Speaking of phones, some asshat near the front was taking flash pictures near the end.