I disagree. I saw it last night with my wife and we both loved it. Full disclosure: I am a huge PKD fan, and RFA is one of my favorite books of his. My wife, however is not a fan. I was actually apprehensive of taking her with me as after making her sit through movies like Tree of Life, Tetsuo: The Iron Man, & Jodorowsky's entire oeuvre, I figured she wouldn't enjoy it. Much to my surprise, she dug it, saying it was a great exercise in dialogue, and surprisingly timely, given all the news about the NSA. (I believe the film was actually shot aound the time the Bush Wiretapping scandal broke.) The vfx are admttedly cheesy and maybe a notch above those used by the Asylum ( the company responsible for such "gems "as Snakes on a Train, Transmorphers, & Sharknado, which dissapointingly has had more viewers than RFA). But the effects didn't bother me so much because unlike the Asylum's films, the story was so compelling.