Colombiana is another Luc Besson production carrying on the femme fatale themes of his previous films like La Femme Nakita, Leon & The Messenger. I'm always up for anything Besson makes whether he directs, writes or produces. You're always assured a good time and when he produces (like this) it's always an exercise in style over substance... and that's okay with me. When a young Colombian girl sees her parents executed by a drug lord she flees to America to seek out her uncle. She tells him she wants to become a killer and her life is devoted to the art of killing. 15 years later she is a highly skilled assassin and seizes her opportunity to kill her parents killer. Its formula but it's not tiresome. The Besson-touch breathes new life into the concept and the action is well paced, creative and fun. Colombiana doesn't quite have the overall quality of other recent flicks like Danny The Dog or Taken but it delivers the goods. Just be prepared to leave your disbelief at the door and strap in for a illogical and heightened action/thriller!