If you haven't seen it yet, you must. All the descriptions are right.
It has the buried epic potential of "Star Wars". It has the humor of "The Fifth Element". I'm not sure if I agree with the parallels to "The Last Starfighter", but then it's been a while since I've seen that one.
And then there is the overall connection with the Marvel movie-verse.
Yeah, yeah, I know it has an official name, but if it is called the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) then if Warner/DC gets their act together will Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman be in the DCCU?
Anyway, to digress further, while I did read some Marvel comics as they came to me as a kid, and I watched the horribly animated "Spider-Man" cartoons as a kid, I've been a DC guy. Even after stopping reading comics, I've wanted DC to get off their ass, get their shit together, and get moving on their own movie-verse.
That being said, if you've seen the movies (and after this weekend with a loan from John, I am), then this compilation is grab-you-by-the-balls moving:
And then, once you're all caught up on the MCU, specifically "Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier" and "Guardians of the Galaxy", then you will enjoy this comic from Texts from Superheroes: