I rented this a few nights ago. I'd say its a bit better than most standard DTV fare. You're not getting into much new here, but it had it moments. I feel the focus of the film is what really dragged it down. First off, if you are going to see it because of Tom, then you will be pleased. Vice gives him some pretty good screen time, and he out-acts everyone else involved. I've seen reviews saying Tom was over the top. I think the rest of the cast did not try. It shows. If everyone brought their game like Tom, he wouldn't stand out like he did.
Like Reach Me, the story would have been better if the focus was more on Tom's character, or at least not so much on the android and her creator. That is where the film fails for me. It seems like halfway through, the script wanted to focus on trying to make a tangable love story, and it fails. It's too drawn out and acted poorly. It's just dead weight and slowed the film's momentum.
The film's opening with Tom busting in on a Vice patron, that held so much promise. It posed a great question about right/wrong and the effects of people's actions outside of the fantasy. They should have focused more on why Tom's character hates Vice so much. There was a story begging to be told.
Overall, it's not a bad movie, but it's not great.