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- Lucy, a young American woman living in Taipei, knows that she's in trouble when her casual boyfriend of a few weeks, Richard, a man she doesn't really know well, handcuffs a locked briefcase, contents unknown, to her wrist, forcing her to deliver it to a Mr. Jang in his swanky hotel suite. A scared Lucy quickly learns that Mr. Jang is a drug kingpin who is not averse to killing anyone in carrying out his work. That encounter with Mr. Jang leads to Lucy being forced to act as one of his drug mules, specifically of a powerful, synthetic drug called CPH4. Things start to change for Lucy when she inadvertently absorbs a high dose of CPH4 into her system, leading to several physiological changes to her self, most notably in that she begins to use more and more of her cerebral matter than the usual ten percent of most humans. As Lucy becomes more and more aware of everything around her - a result of the drug - she embarks on two concurrent paths, one being to get back at Mr. Jang and his associates for what they've done to her, including the torture they've inflicted on her. But the other path may trump the first, that second path which includes retrieving the CPH4 from the three other drug mules. It also involves Dr. Samuel Norman, arguably the foremost evolutionary theorist, and Paris Police Captain Pierre Del Rio, the later her touchstone to humanity, that need for a touchstone which becomes more and more important as she approaches her end goal.
- A woman, accidentally caught in a dark deal, turns the tables on her captors and transforms into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human logic.
- This story has been written by someone that doesn't know much about self realization, or spirituality, or both. The film gets worse by the minute, a shame since Scarlett and Morgan play so well and the theme is worth exploring. What a waste! If Lucy can snap her fingers to stop a whole group of people, she should be able to do it throughout the movie then and avoid many deaths.<br/><br/>And the end of the movie is as simplistic and biased as if Luc Besson had read about spirituality from a comic book.<br/><br/>If the idea of passing on a legacy is important, then there are other ways to do it. I can't say much if you haven't watch it yet. Not worth watching though, quite the contrary, I would avoid this to be spared from misinformation ans misleading concepts of transcendence.
- I love Scarlett Johansson. She and Morgan Freeman's voice were the only two elements that made this sci-fi fart of logic, physics, and rational thought watchable barely. The premise of the film (we use only 10% of our brains) is total wives tale BS. If you know this going in, like I do, it makes this thing even more absurd because of the crap they attribute from 20-100% brain function as an excuse to brazen their special effects weirdo "mind-blowing" visuals and existential concepts.<br/><br/>If that were not enough pukable storytelling in itself, the film wreaks of gratuitous unaccounted for carnage in human life and property to make you, oh yeah puke! Our heroine's car chase through city streets cause ginormous crashes and carnage realistically involving hundreds of innocent adults and children in car seats and are totally ignored as if no real people inhabit this make believe world. If you're a first person game shooter, then this is not an issue for you. In one scene our heroine actually shoots some innocent nobody on an operating table in an Asian hospital just to make room for herself! The morality of this action is not even a twinkle in the storyteller's eye and is not presented to take away an iota of sympathy from our heroic Amazonian babe. This movie is a real tough slog for those with a logical bone in their bodies!
- There are moments of real wonder and even beauty amidst the slam and the bang and the big bada boom, and while Lucy is a mixed bag, it's been mixed by a master, and it is delightfully, happily insane.
- There is no evidence that humans only use 10% of their brain and that it can be increased. Scientists point out that if it were then some brain damage would have little effect or only affect certain functions, but even minor damage has profound effects. Read this page for more. a5c7b9f00b
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