Pretty bad actually. It doesn't go anywhere and although it looks very good it lacks something. Kind of like watching Sims interact.
O.K., besides the movement. It is very good to look at, which is good. It was a way for the production team to show off. The CGI is still aging a little. Like many epic CGI sequences, when it is revisited you notice the flaws. It does not cope that well with movement.
Music is O.K at setting the tone, the voices are not as good as you might expect though. For such a high level production, with an obviously large budget, the actors could have done a better job and injecting much needed life
No development, but not overly annoying. The characters seem stuck in their well defined, and well used, roles. They are not truly awful or lacking in any connectabilty, they are just ok
Not fantastic, in no rush to watch it again, ever. You could look at a few stills or maybe a short sequence and still get what this film was trying to do, show off the latest CGI without wasting 108 mins of your life