I’m not so sure Neil Burger’s Limitless takes a new spin on the superhero genre, for even though Bradley Cooper does get powers by taking a drug, which in turn unlocks his mind to its ultimate potential, things don’t go as planned. Though that’s how these sorts of movies work, leaning to take responsibility with power bestowed onto you. Anyway, the movie appears quite interesting and I’m sure it’ll pull in a decently-sized crowd.
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