So, I was pleased with it. I went in fully not expecting it to be as good as the first ones, and, indeed it was not, but it was fun and funny and that's all I really required of it. Harrison Ford seemed to be phoning it in at the beginning, but he settled into it later on. Something about the whole performance just seemed... off somehow. It just didn't have that spark in the eye, 'this is ridiculous and I know it' quality to it. There wasn't anything wrong with it, really, but it didn't quite have the rogueishness that Indy is supposed to have. I guess because it didn't play the sex symbol card, which is good as he's a bit old for it now, but it made the character a little duller.
The rest of the cast was good. Cate Blanchett did a good job as the villain. Shia Leboeuf was capable as a young Indyish character, though Ama didn't really care for him. It was nice to see Karen Allen back (she always was the best Indy girl) and all the supporting people did fine as well.
My only major complaint was there wasn't enough of what my brother called 'map-hopping'. It was 'go here, Indy immediately knows what this means and what he needs to do' and then 'go there and repeat'. I suppose he's older and wiser now, but I missed the fumbling around that made Indy wonderful. Also, not enough people called him Indy.
Lemme sum up: neither better nor worse than I expected.