It appears that in this movie that all the men underestimate the skill and power of the main character, a woman. This movie seems to want to show that woman have the capabilities to beat the sh*t out of men. The main difference between having a female action hero and a male action hero is how they are initially viewed. People in the film seem to know she is a threat, but don’t take it seriously until she proves it. This is the medias way of easily making her seem bad-ass (not that I’m saying she isn’t). It appears this way because the men become caught off guard enough for her to get a bunch of cool looking UFC moves in and take out the henchmen. Hopefully more is shown in the actual movie in which she has to struggle in a fight or lose one instead of always predictably attacking the male characters off guard.