Before watching this movie, I was hoping that it would be at least just as visually impressive as 'The Fifth Element' turned out to be 20 years ago. Well, eventually, I wasn't disappointed as this movie was easily the most amazing movie visually speaking that I have seen since 'Avatar'. Indeed, Luc Besson managed here to create a fascinating world with so many different species and, on top of that, there were 2 or 3 scenes in the movie that were just dazzling to behold. Eventually, it is one of the very few movies you should watch in 3D and obviously in the movie theater. Still, was it a really great movie after all? Not really, I'm afraid. Unfortunately, even though the concept was pretty generic (everyone is looking for some kind of MacGuffin), Besson still managed to end up with an incredibly messy story and most of the scenes followed each other very awkwardly. I mean, everything looked amazing but each scenes were rather poorly linked with each other with some major plot-holes. In fact, the beginning was promising and the first mission was really neat but as soon as they gathered the converter, the whole thing started to fall apart narratively. Concerning the cast, I was rather impressed by Cara Delevingne who turned out to be a perfect choice for this character but I'm afraid Dane DeHaan was rather miscast and I never though he was convinced as some kind of supposedly reckless space adventurer. Anyway, to conclude, in spite of its flaws, pretty much like 'The Fifth Element', even though the story didn't really work, the whole thing was just visually mind-blowing and if you love science-fiction, you should definitely check it out.