SALT (15)
D: Phillip Noyce
Columbia/Wintergreen (Lorenzo di Bonaventura & Sunil Perkash) 
US 2010
104 mins


W: Kurt Wimmer
DP: Robert Elswit
Ed: Stuart Baird & John Gilroy
Mus: James Newton Howard

Angelina Jolie (Evelyn Salt), Liev Schreiber (Ted Winter), Chiwetel Ejiofor (Peabody), Daniel Olbrychski (Vasily Orlov), August Diehl (Mike Krause)

Salt is a mix between the Bourne films and The Manchurian Candidate with a female in the lead.
Personally, I prefer Angelina Jolie in dramatic performances like Changeling, instead of these action woman roles, because she's grotesquely miscast!
The film fluctuates between predictable and ludicrous as Evelyn Salt (Jolie) is suspected as being a Russian spy deep in the CIA's ranks and then embarks upon the kind of behaviour you could only expect in a Hollywood movie, leaving gaping plotholes along with each and every explosion.
Even a couple of hours after watching this it leaves lasting impression in the memory. Perhaps it's a sequel to Gone In 60 Seconds.

Angelina Jolie in Salt
Angelina Jolie in Salt