Don't get me wrong: "Wanted" is fun and entertaining with its stylish violence, so frenetic and kinetic that you really have no choice but to, as they say, switch your brain off. (Warning: some spoilers ahead.)
Ah, but what comparisons can we make? What immediately comes to mind:
Possibly the only innovation "Wanted" really brings is the "curving bullet" schtick, and even that is overdone to absurdity in Fox's last killing shot. Compared to that, Lito Lapid's "split-bullet" technique is more believable.
Hmmm...I'd like to see that on Mythbusters.