I just finished it too after work. I thought it was interesting, but not what I expected from mainly only being familiar with Jack Kirby's original series. Spoiler The Eternals revealed as some sort of artificial beings, Ikaris becoming the misguided main antagonist, The Deviants not being sentient to the point that Kro gaining any sort of sentience became a major plot point when some of the fun of the comic was the Deviants having their own society and culture and feeling some resentment with Eternals and Humans because they're now "the ugly people" (no probably no other notable representatives like Karkas or Ransak the Reject showing up in the MCU), Hell Kro being an large red herring and his comic relationship with Thena just briefly homaged because he had the memories of Gilgamesh in him, and none of the aspects of introducing the concepts of who the Eternals or Deviants are to modern society or introducing them to the scopes of Celestials till the very end, and it seemed like hardly anyone noticed. I guess a second movie would revolve more around the Coming of the Celestials aspect Kirby's series had, but after the reception this film is getting, it's hard to tell they'll get their own proper sequel. I got wordier than I expected, I guess I went in expecting this to be the movie that showed the world the imagination of Jack Kirby as a writer as well as an artist. We got some of that, but feels like it didn't have the main brushstrokes Kirby wrote in. Despite my writings here, I did enjoy it, just didn't love it liked I hoped. I guess I can always reread the Kirby comics.