I loved the movie. It has a lot of sci-fi, a bit of Watchdogs, still it has very interesting ideas and theories to it. Ideas like:
[Looking to the future] "If its habitat is not sufficiently favorable, or nurturing, the cell will choose immortality, in other words, self-sufficiency and self management. On the other hand, if the habitat is favorable, they will choose to reproduce — that way, when they die, they hand essentialinformation and knowledge to the next cell, which hands it down to the next cell, and so on. Thus knowledge and learning are handed down, through time."
And it is enjoyable to watch, yet a bit ludicrous.
Er, evolution by process of natural selection/evolution by process of artificial selection isn't "sci-fi". Life has been doing that on this planet for around 3.6 billion years so far.
What is sci-fi though is the antiquated idea of people only using 10% of their brains.
It's not even an antiquated idea, it's a complete misconception and was originally only used as a metaphor.