As a result, the main character reminded me of a RealDoll.
Which, you know, is kinda distracting.
It took about half an hour for me to settle into the film because of this, and I found that the problem existed mainly with the young female characters, and the close ups on their faces. Still, once I got past that, the film isn't too bad, though there are parts of the action that feel more like a video game than a film, and it's filled with info dumping that could have been smoothed out considerably. But I thought it worked more often than not, and I had a weird fascination with the RealDoll like characters in the film, so I was carried through to the end.