I've seen this film before, but was super bored and figured I give this another go. Mostly due to my endless love for Scarlett Johansson. And, of course, her lips, corners of the mouth that sometimes tremble and the confident yet lost look in her eyes that she often has, all of which I find incredibly sexy.
Anyway, let's get back to the film, shall we? While I expected more from the action scenes, it was alright considering that she had, kind of, infinite powers against regular people with guns so no matter how much kung fu one of those guys could have known, none of it would have helped.
I feel like the story, while entertaining, gets bizarrely boring close to the end. I very much like the concept of carrying a bag of drugs in your stomach that breaks, giving you superpowers (or rather, power to use the entirety of your brain), but what the story thinks that humans are able to do when we use our entire brain gets very absurd, very fast.
I very much like when films such as this borrow things from science that could actually be achieved. As far as I know, if a person is able to use 100% of its brain capacity, the person will have a rather bad time because of the Grand Mal / Tonic-Clonic Seizure.