The one liners weren't as ridiculous as the one liners in Mission Impossible III, but they weren't nearly as creative as the writers thought they were.
The fight scenes SHOULD have been amazing, but they weren't. This is probably due to the intense lack of character development. I cared about Quorra, but only because Olivia Wilde was fantastic, and extraordinarily interesting.
Jeff Bridges was great as Kevin Flynn/Clu. (Is it just me or does he age in every movie he's in?)
I did not like our lead, Garrett Hedlund (Patroclus [Brad Pitt's cousin] in Troy,) who played Sam Flynn. What a dry, boring actor. Not bad, but not good. He couldn't compare to his co-stars.
I'm glad they included our friend Michael Sheen, (also known as that guy that always plays Tony Blair, The White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland, Aro Volturi in Twilight, and, my personal favorite, Wesley Snipes on 30 Rock.)
Overall, this movie was fun, but a bit dull. It's definitely your stereotypical 3D movie- not exactly plot driven cinema, but visually interesting.