There was of course a lot of cgi in the movie but
the cgi was there to tell a story- not to render action scenes.
An action movie with rendered action doesn't connect emotionally.
When those guys swinging around on poles showed up- i had a gut reaction.
Making an action film and then using cgi for the action scenes usually lacks just enough realism that I don't have an emotional reaction to the action. That emotion is why I'm willing to put down good money to see a movie.
MM:FR was decent. As everyone else says- so little acting and so few words- but combined with incredible action scenes and a lot of genuine stunts. I probably won't ever see it again but I don't feel like I wasted my money.