No, not at all.
Not sure if you know Nuendo, I strongly suggest you have a look at its taker. This is what VST Connect ADR is entirely integrated. You have a cue (cycle marker) list and there are rehearse, free run, record etc modes and you select a cue and then go with preroll, swipes, count-in, take length indicator and of course dialogue. This is usually across one entire movie. You may also have multiple video files, but for local Performer only one video is selectable. You are better off with streaming then.
That is pretty much exactly how it works so I’m a bit confused as to what doesn’t work for you?
For your comments following about multiple cues I would strongly suggest that you have a look at Nuendo (download the manual, or at least read the VST Connect 5.5 manual), as it all is there for you exactly how you require, as far as I understand your workflow. Which is what professional ADR studios are using already very sucessfully with Talents beeing very exited about its simplicity.
As such work is usually done in the professional environment, Nuendo shouln’t be too much to pay for, given what you get. Also the base is the same as Cubase, so there is no learning curve at all (except for said ADR functionality). If you rather want to stick with Cubase nevertheless, you should create a Marker Track with your cues and text etc, and locate to each cue for the takes.
Hope that helps.