Ohne Limit (2011)

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Ohne Limit: Directed by Neil Burger. With Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro, Abbie Cornish, Andrew Howard. With the help of a mysterious pill that enables the user to access 100% of his brain’s abilities, a struggling writer becomes a financial wizard, but it also puts him in a new world with many dangers.

“If youu0026#39;ve ever found yourself staring into nothingness, wondering why you couldnu0026#39;t muster even a hair of energy to get up and do something, then youu0026#39;re going to find this movie highly satisfying. Limitless takes you on a ride… and thatu0026#39;s not an exaggeration. The computer graphics create a glimpse into what it would actually feel like to be a u0026quot;super-you.u0026quot; The writers also did a great job of creating a character that from the start… pretty much charms your pants off. Bradley Cooper actually surprised me. I never thought he was a bad actor, but he was able to honestly portray a guy that had absolutely nothing going for him and became a u0026quot;somebody.u0026quot; The movie graphics, plot, and main actors (well, DeNiro, Cooper, and Johnny Whitworth) were all intriguing. Itu0026#39;s not just a movie about what crazy things some drug can make you do… it creates a discussion within each of us, u0026quot;What if you could unlock all the potential of YOUR mind, who would you be?u0026quot; Now the downsides… some of the supporting actors were very weak. Also, there were some scenarios that went off the deep end but actually had the audience laughing hysterically so it wasnu0026#39;t exactly a bad thing. If you thought youu0026#39;d get a deep or scientific explanation for the drug… donu0026#39;t hold your breath. Thankfully the plot was engaging enough that you didnu0026#39;t really care. The movie had some interesting ideas but some that I especially loved were the ones about identity, and about taking something to make yourself better and whether that meant you were actually you or an altered you. Does it matter even? One last thing I gotta say though, the one guy, Johnny Whitworth, did a really great job. I hope he gets some major roles in the future because I think heu0026#39;s very talented. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIu0026#39;d definitely recommend watching this movie. If only just for the ridiculous scene with the skates. Hilarious.”


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