Did go see it, it was...not awful. A perfectly mediocre fantasy adventure flick with just enough veneer on it to make it sit under the D&D banner. At least they actually put it in one of the published settings this time, yet also avoided doing a massive LOTR-style lore dump at the start of it; the veneer was thin enough that the name drops and monster appearances were sufficient. The characters and plot were nothing special and the pacing was all over the place, but at least it kept moving. Rating...I have come out of longer movies far less entertained, so it's acceptably average as is.
I did catch the easter egg with the kids from the 80s cartoon in the arena cell, that was a snort.
Will say I read something after the fact that makes it a lot funnier though. The plot is paper-thin, the characters are cardboard cutouts, the dialogue is witty quip after witty quip, there wasn't a plot twist I couldn't call, and a lot of the humor was very sort of meta. So...is this movie what's going on in the imaginations of whoever is at their game table? 'cause that explains a lot.
Watch this one with die rolls in mind, it gets way more amusing.