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Salt

Salt

An action caper best taken with a pinch of sodium chloride

Angelina Jolie: resourceful heroine in a kick-ass 007 wannabe

With no Bonds or Bournes on the immediate horizon, no more Bauer with the end of 24, and the future of the Mission: Impossible series reportedly hanging in the balance, there appears to be an opening for a new secret agent franchise. It remains to be seen if Salt will plug the gap, though I for one will be more than happy if it does.

She incapacitates a security camera by draping her panties over its lens. Beat that, Daniel Craig!

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