Movies February, 17th 2011 by

Limitless: Unlock Your Potential

Scientists and others in the psychological, sociological and boringical fields have asserted that humans use maybe 1 to 10 percent of their brain. Without getting all science-geekish about it there is an easier way of understanding what that means.

First let me clarify, mechanically you are using 100% of your brain. Maximizing usage is another thing. So when someone puts a percentage of use on the brain they do not mean that the other 90% is dormant or useless. Except for some people though, trust me I’ve met a few in my lifetime.

Think of it like this. Lets say your brain is a vibrator. When you are using your vibrator you are using 100% of it (you know it’s true). BTW I do not speak out of experience. I’m imagining I’m a girl right now, a pretty hot one actually…….hmm, f*ck, what, huh? Sorry dozed off there a little bit. Anyways, here is the twist: If the speed knob is set at, say, level 2 then you are not getting the same usage when compared to turning the speed knob to 10, despite the fact that you are using 100% of this glorious mechanical man-shaft on both settings.

What if you could unlock the potential to have your brain running at speed 10 all the time. The only thing you have to do is take one pill a day. What would you do?

Find out from a safe distance (your seat at the local cinema), and let Bradley Cooper be the test subject on the 12th of March.

A copywriter discovers a top-secret drug which bestows him with super human abilities. As his usage begins to change his life, he begins to consider the drug’s shadowy origins; meanwhile, a group of killers trails his every move.

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