Movie: LucyWritten and Directed by: Luc Besson
- Scarlett Johansson as Lucy
- Morgan Freeman as Professor Norman
Taken from IMDb:
A woman, accidentally caught in a dark deal, turns the tables on her captors and transforms into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human logic.
I'm not the usual movie goer, I only watch what I like once in a while. And this is just ohmighad. This movie is amazing!
I never thought that this movie would be this awesome. The story, the effects. Everything about it was so unique and awesome. The story is about Lucy who's been forced to give a package to an unknown person, but she never thought this would happen to her. Personally, the main reason why I loved this movie so much is the uniqueness of the story. I've never heard of this theory before. Where we humans only use 10% of our cerebral capacity. One woman would go to 100%. Doesn't it scream "bookish sci fi dystopian" to you?*winks*
So yes, the story behind Lucy was just so authentic that I had to watch it. The moment that I saw the trailer, I knew that I had to watch it even if I was drowning with all the plates that I have to do. The originality was to die for, and the way that the story seemed real and possible was scary, eerie and awesome at the same time. So in a nutshell, the story was just too awesome. My brain and my heart loves it too much.
Then there's Scarlett-Badass-Johansson.
I swear, now I have the most biggest definite girl crush on Scarlett Johansson. Because her as Lucy is just so freaking badass. I love her acting a lot, she was so perfect for the role of Lucy. But overall she just made everything Lucy did look so cool and awesome. Haha, sorry, I'm still fangirling.
Anyways, long story short. Scarlett Johansson did a great job on being Lucy. Plus she made every scene look intense and cool looking so gorgeous (and I'm still fangirling)
In a nutshell, the main thing that made Lucy such a good movie is the original concept of the story. I've never encountered it before, even in books, so its interesting and impressive that Luc Besson wrote and directed such an original film (and I'm gonna avoid saying more, because you need to watch it to see its awesomeness). If this movie is gonna have a part two. I want to have my eyes on it. NOW.
Go watch Lucy now! :D
How about you? What's the latest movie you've watched?