Okay, not a film that is likely to appeal to anyone here, but I'll toss this out: It's 80% absolutely spectacular fx, 1% story and 19% the most appealing appeal to visit the National Air & Space Museum I've ever seen.
I am glad to see special effects come of age. Here, they are overused by gobs and front-and-center far too much, but you know what? They aren't there to show off or stand by themselves, as trick fx often are in their early days. It's more a case of "ooh, ooh, let's do this!"... and it's something so wonderfully bizarre and un-doable in earlier eras that it's fascinating to see it work out on screen.
As a MILD SPOILER, the action actually chases into the famous Eisenstadt photo of the sailor kissing the nurse... and it's seamlessly believable on all fronts. (It also sets up a fairly funny end-credits easter egg...)
It's a very lightweight movie, almost completely forgettable, but a good cruncher while you're there because, say, there are no other new kid movies out and the wife is out of town.