I'm thinking the same thing everyone else is. Why the hell did you give the main character CGI eyes? Before I go any further into the aesthetics argument, I'd like to point out that a lot of human psychological interaction happens from eye contact. I believe, since the whole cast of this film (appears to be) does not have facial CGI components in the eyes, it only strengthens the bizarre feeling that most of us are getting from seeing this. Remember seeing the part in where the main actress and the (assumed) love interest lock eyes for a romantic moment? Did you not feel almost thrown off by it? Didn't it just feel unnatural? This is my point; eyes are important part of human interaction on some of the deepest and most primitive levels. We interact with our eyes without knowing, and eyes can say a lot about certain things that we sometimes overlook. This movie is off putting because we are seeing something that appears to us as unnatural, hence, why everyone is saying things like "creepy" and the such. Now, if the movies had everyone having CGI eyes, I'm confident that, though unorthodox, the film wouldn't feel as off putting. Shes a polar bear on a golf course on a hot summer day in Miami. Now, aesthetically, I think she looks fucking retarded.