This is an interesting review. I don't know what you mean by a rerun movie. Do you mean that it is a formula movie?Salt is a 2010 movie starring Angelina Jolly (Evenly Salt) as a CIA agent, an accused Russian spy.
In the beginning of movie, a man come to
sSalt's office and offers vital information: the president of Russia will be assassinated in New York City. The assassin's name is Evenly Salt. In fact, the Russian spy intended to mislead the FBI and CIA. They are going to assassinate the Russia president themselves, and then attack toTehran and Mecca by missiles to stimulate Moslems ,and make a union against the USA to defeat it.
In continue.<-- What does this mean?] Salt attempts to prove her
innocentsinnocence. In this way she has to jump over an 18-wheeler, tanker, killing bad guys, etc. iIn my opinion Salt is a rerun movie ( a skinny woman beats up to 100 guys and happening ofthe events that can injuryinjure or even death tokill theaverage people are nothing for the heroine).
Finally my big question remains without answer as before:
inis this movie the same as others ,in how she/he remains seductive and handsome for ever?
Also be advised that director's choice of Salt's name is
(This part copied from Wikipedia website)
- SALT I is the common name for the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks Agreement, also known as Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty. The Strategic Arms Limitation Talks refers to two rounds of bilateral talks and corresponding international treaties involving the United States and the Soviet Union - the Cold War superpowers - on the issue of armament control. There were two rounds of talks and agreements: SALT I and SALT II.