Well, there are good points and bad points about this film. Firstly, the idea seemed pretty original, so at least it wasn't like watching the same film over and over, as you can find within Hollywood comedy. I also liked that [big spoiler] the supervillian was in love with the superheroine, this is a personal score for me.
However, to compensate for some relative originality, some occasional funny moments and the casting of Eddie Izzard (whose talents BTW were really underused) the makers of this film decided to throw in some questionable gender politics, and a whole damn bunch of stereotyped characters. I could not spot a single character with a third dimension, not even the protagonist.
Also, I find the idea that a meteorite would give someone special powers within an acceptable amount of suspension of disbelief, but that said meteorite would also make the subject stereotypically attractive is a step too far. A large rack isn't even aerodynamic.