To be honest, I don't remember too much about it, but I don't feel like ever watching it again to refreshen my memories (or pains).
If there is anything positive to say about Conan (2011), it is that it's a little closer to the source material than other REH "adaptations" such as Conan (1982) and possibly even Solomon Kane. However, the difference is that Conan (1982) and SK work as a film, Conan (2011) doesn't.
I hope to never see it again. I'll take the 1982 film over this idiotic adaptation of Conan anyday. As you said, at least that one worked as a film.