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LimitlessBrian Finch, a writer living in a type B lives in a shabby apartment in New York City. Work, love and money become problems which make Eddie depressed. Meanwhile, his brother-in-law introduces him for a 'wonder drug' called NZT, which is being experimented. After that, Eddie becomes extraordinarily intelligent.
Actors of "Limitless"
Characters of "Limitless"
Directors of "Limitless"Neil Burger
Creators of "Limitless"Leslie DixonAlan Glynn
Critic Reviews of "Limitless"Christy Lemire Associated PressMarch 24, 2011
You could pick the script apart for impossibilities. But why bother? It's much more enjoyable to shut your brain off and have a good time.David Jenkins Time OutMarch 23, 2011
It's scatty and fast paced, and director Neil Burger employs some Gaspar Noé-style, bad-trip CG effects to heighten the mood.David Denby New YorkerMarch 21, 2011
Very limited, actually.Peter Rainer Christian Science MonitorMarch 18, 2011
What would you do if you could take a pill and suddenly access 100 percent of your brain power? This is the premise behind Limitless, a sci-fi thriller that looks as if its makers utilized around 30 percent of theirs.Mark Jenkins NPRMarch 18, 2011
The filmmakers doesn't sweat the fact that Eddie is a chemically enhanced fraud. What scares them is any possibility of alienating the movie's target audience with a downer ending.Rick Groen Globe and MailMarch 18, 2011
Add it all up, including the nifty twist at the end, and what we have here is a fun Hollywood flick with a good head on its shoulders.Sergio Benítez Blog de cineApril 27, 2016
The thriller structure of 'Limitless' and its turns that will mark out the course of action, lack the much needed quality of surprise. [Full review in Spanish]Ray Pride NewcityApril 08, 2014
Let's describe Neil Burger's latest as director "Abraham Polonsky's 'The Matrix.'" It's a hyper-local amped-up Manhattan melodrama that pulses through one man's mind, one user's bloodstream.Kimber Myers The PlaylistAugust 15, 2013
Paradoxically absorbing, yet cliched and empty, this power-based New York story is a bit of an entertaining thrill ride, probably far more popcorn-engrossing than it deserves to be...Billy Tatum We Got This CoveredJune 02, 2013
Limitless brings the seduction of self-enhancement to your local cineplex in a witty package that's pretty enough to keep you intriguedRoger Moore Tribune News ServiceJanuary 14, 2013
Relationships are shortchanged and this brisk, fantastical tale fails to find any emotional traction.Jeff Beck Examiner.comSeptember 21, 2012
While it does have some entertaining moments and other moments where possibilities rear their heads, it never quite lives up to the premise.
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