Vs Thor: 6.5/10. I'm never read the Thor comics and I never watched the movie (I really should sometime...) so the only characters I knew were Thor and Loki. I was pretty lost throughout the movie and I only figured out most of the characters names when the credits rolled. I liked the premise though, Loki controlling Hulk just to defeat Thor, then him losing control and Thor and Loki eventually having to team up the stop him. I liked Banner at the end as well, when he was "free" but then got transported to Hell and had to save Asgard. Basically, all of the scenes with Thor/Loki/Banner were good to great, everything else I either didn't know A. Who the people were or B. What was going on.
Vs Wolverine: 7.5/10. I knew everyone in the movie, but that might have actually hurt my enjoyment. The Weapon X backstory was really stupid, who doesn't know what happened to Wolverine at this point? Actually, I think Weapon X and all of the Weapon X villains (except Deadpool, he was one of the highlights) weren't needed. It took away from Hulk vs Wolverine, and made it Banner/Wolverine vs Weapon X, or Hulk vs Wolverine vs Weapon X, or Hulk/Wolverine vs Weapon X, or Wolverine vs Weapon X, etc. I'd say that the actual fighting between Hulk and Wolverine was less than 7 minutes long combined, which was a real shame because I loved the fighting scenes.
at when Hulk and Deathstrike were screaming at each other and Hulk ripped her arms off, that was great. Steve Blum did a great job of voicing Wolverine as usual. It's just a shame that we got more of Wolverine vs Weapon X than we did Hulk vs Wolverine, and the Weapon X backstory wasn't needed.
Overall: 7/10. Maybe a Thor fan would have enjoyed the Vs. Thor fight than I did, and Vs. Wolverine was really well done besides Weapon X. It felt like 10 minutes of filler