I liked the fight scenes, and the movie had a very "Bourne" feeling to it, except when watching the Bourne trilogy I was screaming at the TV for the shaky camera work during fight choreography. Aside from fight scenes in other movies that were made to look like brawls, I can't think of any movie fight scenes I am more approving of than hers. That said, I wanted more fighting, a plot that makes sense, and a level of character development that could be found in a Schwartzeneggar movie. So despite having exactly what I want in fight choreography, I would not recommend this movie to anyone.
The fight scene at the beginning is nice, no doubt. I also loved the way people tried to help when (what would've seemed to them) a helpless woman got beat on.
Only thing apparent: The actress never actually has used a gun in her life (strange for a professional, right?).
I might end up waiting until the DVD is out after reading the review.