Watched this today, and luckily I decided to check one scene yesterday, planned to not do any re-eq because it will probably sound good enough out-of-the-box..
N O T .
The advice from maxmercy is spot on, there is a huge boost 30-40hz, rather lame upper bass, and the ulf is too low in level.
Bass-EQ fixed it, I only fixed lfe, modest low ulf boost and a cut around the 30-40hz booooom.
The result is a somewhat balanced bass, with lots of real ulf, many scenes where you can not hear bass all, it is only felt as the earth literally moves.
Actually my modest ulf boost was a little too much, and I suspect maxmercys beq sound very heavy on the low end.
Dialogue is destroyed by use of compression/limiter, easily heard when you have a system with resolution and capacity.
Most transients in sound effects are clipped and distorted, also easily heard when you have a system with resolution and capacity.
From the waveforms it can be seen that there is 3dB headroom on lcr, which could - AND SHOULD - be used to avoid some of the clipping and distortion.
This pretty much sums up the current status of sound for movies.
Thanks for the effort, but it could easily have been so much better if they had decent sound monitoring systems in the studios, with resolution, capacity and full frequency range.