Roman Coppola had a good shot as a director for this film, loved the "Agent Dragonfly" sequences - they're most like homages to Dino De Laurentiis' late 60's sci-fi/action comic-book film adaptations. (I'd wish I could make a film like Jeremy Davies did with this one.)
A beautifully shot film whose story isn't all there. Passes the time quite enjoyably, but not the kind of thing that will stick with you at all. But still, Roman Coppola has a great eye for shots and sequences. I'd love to see him film a great script from someone else.
I can appreciate what this movie was trying to do from a visual standpoint but by the time the credits rolled I just didn't care. All style, no substance with storytelling that seems to make its strongest attempt to keep you from getting to the end, which by the way I had to force myself to do.