Just saw it today - it's fine?
Like it's a nice solid 5 out of 10. Larson is just kind of there and her character isn't really consistent; I get the vibe they really wanted to do a Captain Marvel movie because of the strong female character angle without really thinking about the title character as an actual character - which is why I think people are having trouble divorcing the sociocultural/political angle from the film, because the film doesn't want you to. It's about amnesiac Captain Marvel recovering her memories of standing up to male oppression, and how this informs her current self's endeavor to blow up space ships or something(?).
It's weird because with superheroes you usually get either A) a character standing up to adversity and becoming a hero through will, or B) a character granted fabulous powers by fate who has to learn how to use them in a proper manner. A stories are all about the underdog struggle, and B stories are about what are essentially demigods struggling to do what is right. So Captain Marvel is a B character (granted powers by chance) framed as if she's in an A character plot line - which feels disingenuous because it's really hard to believe her struggle since she's so insanely OP.
There's also just a lot of stuff in the movie. I really feel like the directors knew the character just wasn't doing it and decided to take the shortcut of cramming as much stuff in there to distract the audience from realizing this fact, rather than reworking the character. So it's a long gauntlet of stuff and stuff and stuff, none of it reflecting on the title character and all just sort of happening.
So I don't know, not sure if I'd recommend it. I feel like there's a solid chance she'll end up being more interesting in Endgame anyway since the Russo bros. seem to have a track record of making shitty characters better (Doctor Strange, Scarlet Witch, etc.).