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Lucy

Lucy

2014
Drama
Sci-fi
1h 29m
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Rated 14 Sep 2014
4
13th
I may not have access to 100% of my cerebral capacity, but I'm pretty sure Besson is a fucking idiot.
Rated 26 Jul 2014
21
8th
Impressively acted by Freeman, ScarJo, and Choi, with shades of Akira and Koyaanisqatsi, plus an absolutely dogshit script that ruins the entire film. This is BAD sci-fi, both in terms of the fiction, and the attempts at science. Zero characterization, atrocious dialog, and incomprehensible plot points abound. The myth that people only use 10% of their brain is bad enough, but the idea that using 100% grants omnipotence is shockingly idiotic for a movie so seemingly focused on intelligence.
Rated 05 Aug 2014
75
65th
THEY WERE GOING TO SELL THIS DRUG TO CHILDREN.
Rated 18 Oct 2017
40
43rd
Lucy may be the first human to use 100 percent of the brain's capacity, but she's not the first human to kick ass in an over-stylized pile of nonsensical wildebeest offal directed by Luc "Look at All the Flashing Lights" Besson. Though, you'd be wasting your time if you went into this seeking anything more than robotic ass-kicking by the queen of all robots playing a human that is essentially a robot (see also: Scarlett Johnsson's Tinder profile).
Rated 02 Aug 2014
60
52nd
Try thinking of this as the prequel to Under the Skin. MMMmmm - Cerebral capacity...
Rated 03 Aug 2014
60
15th
Coming from someone who would probably watch Scarlett Johansson do her taxes for an hour and a half, this is a painful film. Don't turn your brain off. Take it out, put it in a box, and set it in another room before starting this movie.
Rated 28 Jul 2014
64
48th
Heavy-handed but fun. The 10% nonsense is pretty distracting (no one's expecting the explanation to be realistic, but you gotta give us something to work with). I think I like it less and less the more I think about it, but it wasn't ever dull and the visual effects were nice. Just don't expect smart sci-fi (from this movie about hyper-intelligence) like Under the Skin and Her. Seriously though, ScarJo's killing 2014 (in a good way).
Rated 21 Nov 2014
2
2nd
So much stupidity condensed in just 83 minutes. It's kind of impressive.
Rated 15 Sep 2014
8
3rd
Starting with the "We only use 10% of the brain" myth, my hopes for a good film were already low. The movie ended up being a mix of shootings everywhere, high speed chases and poor screenwriting.
Rated 03 Sep 2014
65
61st
Despite/because of the general lack of seriousness, it works beautifully as an arresting and stupidly confident entertainer. This is Besson's Tree of Life led by his usual cartoonish, Eurotrash prototype of powerful women, but here this obsession becomes a Darwinian trigger for a deep think picture about ourselves -- actually, this will-we-ever-become-one-with-the-earth? question can be found in another recent Scar-Jo vehicle (Under the Skin, of course) and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Rated 10 Aug 2014
4
33rd
If you commit to using 0 % of your brain capacity, this is 100 % a-okay. Points added for casting of Min-sik Choi.
Rated 11 Nov 2014
4
70th
Drugs unlock the pseudoscientific superpowers of an anime superheroine until she's able to manipulate time and space themselves and look on existence with a God's-eye view. A tongue-in-cheek action movie that takes cues from The Tree of Life, Akira, and The Matrix - what's not to love?
Rated 31 Jul 2014
67
53rd
No big surprise, Luc Besson makes an entertaining film. The major sequences get a bit more ridiculous the further it goes. The first time she walks into a hallway with armed men it's awesome. The second time it happens, she's developed more god like powers and it's more procedural than suspenseful. But they save the WAY over the top stuff for the conveyer belt scene. I mean, why would they leave a new employee at an assembly line in a chocolate factory? The chocolates were coming too fast!
Rated 10 Oct 2021
73
25th
A movie constructed around the myth of humans using only 6-15% of their brain, which is my absolute pet-peeve. With atrociously pretentious dialogue to boot. Really atrocious. But if it's secretly an aesop about how doing too much drugs can make you super-humanly one with the universe, and absolutely silly nonsense meant to be enjoyed with 0.1% of your brain capacity left, I'm down for it.
Rated 01 Aug 2014
70
61st
Not as batshit incomprehensible as you've been told, at times this still feels like Taken sodomizing 2001: A Space Odyssey. And that simply cant be a bad thing.
Rated 05 Aug 2014
76
63rd
Lucy didn't take itself seriously, so I didn't take it seriously. In turn, I was prepared for a batshit, senseless sci-fi ride full of fun and I received that and more. In all reality, Lucy really isn't concerned with any sense of believability, but instead takes what has become a rather boring premise of " helpless protagonist is exposed to substance A and gains super abilities to fight back" and flipped it into a thrill ride of pure action, bizarre montages, and violence-laden euphoria.
Rated 04 Oct 2014
70
77th
Sexy, stylish, and oh so stupid. Damn good fun though
Rated 26 Aug 2014
75
37th
Lucy lacks brains - somewhat ironically - but as a visceral movie experience it's quite a ride, the combined charm of Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman making a surprisingly good match for Luc Besson's fast-paced sci-fi-action insanity. A fun, compelling watch that flies by.
Rated 07 Nov 2014
45
8th
If you are using more than 10% of your brain capacity you might consider this dumb.
Rated 25 Jul 2014
60
62nd
Assuming you can get past the factual errors within it -- that, in the grand scheme of things, aren't really important, even if they initially look like they are -- it's possible to have a lot of fun with Lucy. It's dumb fun, for a large part of its running time, but there are also moments of genuine intellect, where you get to see Luc Besson's vision of, well, you'll see. Lucy is worth seeing.
Rated 25 Jul 2014
7
67th
Unlike a lot of other stupid movies, I was willing to approach this one on its own terms, because I found its deadpan humor charming, and enjoyed how it slowly ramped up its crackpot premise to the point where all you can do is awkwardly smile at the person you're watching this with and shake your head. Luc Besson is a man-child, so his concept of "cool" is a mixed bag, but some of the more loony and hallucinogenic sequences are pretty entertaining.
Rated 25 Jul 2014
70
41st
It's a good, kinda dumb time, ultimately, even if it's trying to be smart. Once she gets involved with the drug it becomes pretty intense and nuts, and really visually appealing. The beginning with the animals was a little blunt and unnecessary (we GET it Luc), but that's minor. Even if it doesn't make a lot of sense at times, it's still an interesting look at what would happen if we used all of our brains. Kinda felt like there wasn't much of a conflict, but that's minor too.
Rated 20 Nov 2017
62
18th
Besson has a knack for action movies, and the action sequences here are good, but what Besson doesn't do well, is the writing. I'm not sure who said yes to this movie, but even the brain dead average white trash American would raise an eyebrow and say "Hey, that's not how that works." to this asinine idea of a movie. She could control stuff with her mind, made a disintegrating supercomputer, then she became god. WTF? That's not how that works. It's like "Limitless" if written by L. Ron Hubbard.
Rated 27 Aug 2014
63
43rd
Don't become too smart, guys. You'll turn into a USB stick.
Rated 21 Aug 2014
70
42nd
More daring in style then anything you see in theaters these days (it's been ages since I last saw Eisenstein's intellectual montage used so literally) and quite entertaining in depicting Scarlett Johannson's journey from a simple student to ... ehm, whatever. Lucy gets its thrills in the most cheesy ways possible, e.g. hard music accompanying boobs and explosions, and it features the highest amount of logic gaps in recent history. But entertaining nonetheless.
Rated 08 Sep 2014
70
55th
Yes, the premise is hilariously silly, but it's fun to just sit back and See Where All Of This Is Going. Some neat 'whoa, cool' moments that I wish weren't spoiled by the trailers. The antagonists aren't that intimidating anymore once Lucy is able to 'disable' people instantly, though Min-sik Choi's presence was appreciated. Johansson is really cornering that 'roles about an entity evolving into another entity' market, isn't she?
Rated 18 Mar 2015
50
29th
I'm usually anything but a tough customer when it comes to sci-fi. Even I have my limits, though.
Rated 09 Aug 2014
45
9th
Loses points for attempting soul-searching sci-fi and handing us a turd blossom.
Rated 15 Dec 2014
4
0th
ScarJo is Lucy, Luc Besson is the football, and the rest of us are Charlie Brown...
Rated 08 Jan 2021
61
3rd
She turned into a USB stick in the end. Lol
Rated 29 Jul 2014
49
11th
Guy Ritchie is to 'Revolver' as Luc Besson is to 'Lucy.' It's like someone wrote "wouldn't it be cool if..." on a chalkboard and had everyone write something on an index card. Then they shuffled them all together and called it a script. Why is there a car chase? Why is she evaporating? Why are they shooting at each other this time? The answer is always "whatever percentage she is on" or just because. I wish filmmakers would stop trying to fake depth with abstract nonsense. Also, Samsung.
Rated 11 Aug 2014
50
40th
The best Besson production in nearly 20 years. Feels a bit like Ghost in a shell - existentialism, blood, rage! Scarlett, though, couldn't be a worse actress.
Rated 04 Aug 2014
74
33rd
The editing and action are great. The plot leaves something to be desired, such that there is one; the story just sort of progresses rather than being moved forward by characters, a feeling that is only furthered by the fact that the main character, who is the only person with real agency in the film, is painfully flat. This sort of makes sense, since she ascends above human concerns pretty early, but it still drains investment hard, and they can't make up their mind how far gone she is anyway.
Rated 07 Dec 2014
75
57th
It has all the virtues and trappings of Besson's flamboyant style. Still it can be quite an entertaining ride, but only on one condition - you need to possess this peculiar quality of being able to switch off your brain just at the right moments. All in all I liked what "Limitless" did with a very similar concept a lot better.
Rated 16 Oct 2014
77
57th
It's a 1 on the Mohs scale but it's a beautiful film, another good SciFi starring Johansson. Could have done away with the Koreans though, other that a start up plot device they served no purpose. Too much time spent on action which could've been spent going into more fine-grained detail as her state progressed. Also Morgan Freeman is fucking shite, get rid of him.
Rated 24 Sep 2014
70
63rd
The trailers made this look like a cool hard sci-fi flick, but in actuality it's more of a stoner movie. Scarlett Johansson gets to access 100% of her brain capacity, but most of what she has to say about it comes across as "Hey man, everything is like, totally connected." Some decent action and Scarlett is lovely as ever, but the highlight was Choi Min-Sik playing the psychotic gangster.
Rated 24 Aug 2014
90
89th
I will forgive for all the cheesy shooting scenes (needed for the thriller kind, I do understand) because it is a fantastic adaptation of Buddhist philosophy. Really! The smallest details seemed to be so in place and the main aspects are shown in the way so it is easy to understand and get yourself thinking about space, time, universe and the big things your brain are not really able to process. It is really good one.
Rated 23 Jan 2024
50
26th
10% bad CGI monkey 20% doing drugs 30% lions going to pound town 40% the most insane Morgan Freeman monologue I've ever heard 50% dying laughing 60% no really, this is the funniest shit I've ever seen 70% hey mom, I remember the taste of your milk 80% a fucking bazooka just launched me back in time to see a t-rex in Times Square 90% Chekhov's bad CGI monkey 100% schlock and I loved it, its bad and stupid and pseudo-intellectual and up its own ass I LOVED ALL OF IT THIS MOVIE IS FUCKING INSANE
Rated 18 Jan 2015
74
40th
Pure absurdity, but it's so self assured and energetic that it's easy to go along for the ride.
Rated 04 Aug 2014
50
29th
With a concept so interesting, something had to be off with this film. I just did not expect so much. The acting, minus Freeman, was subpar at best, and the story was cliched, predictable, and sometimes boring, filled with unrelatable characters. The cinematography was interesting, yet Besson's direction is sloppy and distracting. I think this movie had potential but had some very irredeemable factors.
Rated 10 Jun 2015
0
7th
I can tolerate stupid movies, but I can't stand movies that assume I am stupid.
Rated 05 Oct 2014
63
55th
Lucy was a pure Luc Besson production. Incredible catchy beginning, heavy gun shooting, a beautiful lead, a runaway train action and the most fantastic story you can imagine. The end went pretty close to the nonsense philosophy Matrix gave some time ago. More you know, less you feel. Dare to be stupid or what? Anyway. Scarlett always pleases the eye.
Rated 05 Oct 2014
47
28th
Basically a Luc Besson showreel. The lack of depth and follow-through left the impression that Besson is speeding through a checklist of ideas that he wanted to commit to screen.
Rated 21 Sep 2014
79
59th
Very nearly walk out based on its annoying opening, but once Min-sik Choi shows up the show really hits the road. The biggest flaw is that Lucy evolves so quickly, and learns her abilities so readily, it loses out of the thrill of the chase. While the basic premise is flawed, the central message, that human beings are limitless if we so choose, is well expressed. Its only real problem is trying to be an action movie instead of a grounded science fiction film. But what's good is still good. Rent.
Rated 03 Jun 2015
70
10th
really good at the beginning but quickly lost steam. You need more than just a good idea to make a movie.
Rated 23 Aug 2014
66
50th
I'm always quite sad when I see a movie which had so much potential, but wasn't that great after all. Lucy tries to be intellectual, full of action, but is one big mess really. Luc Besson, leave some of your nature shots out of it, you absolutely ruined the entire beginning of this film.
Rated 27 Aug 2014
61
53rd
Overall this is a decent film but I felt it was ruined by the trailer spoiling a lot of the big action set pieces.It was good to see a solid performance by a sole Female lead which hasn't happened much in recent blockbusters.The concept of the movie is highly ambitious but they have managed to come up with a script which is easy to follow but loaded with intellectual facts and information.With high octane action moments,decent performances and a passable conclusion this film was pretty fun.
Rated 06 Oct 2015
77
49th
OK entertainment flick with a decently fast pace, plenty of characters and locations, and above average eye candy via Ms Johansson. In fact this is one of the best movies for ogling her. The storytelling is watchable in the first half but ultimately the only conclusion is that when you do loads of drugs and get really intelligent, everything will turn into special effects. A realist rewrite might have more substance or more to say, but that's just not Besson. I love and hate the guy.
Rated 23 Apr 2015
6
41st
Lucy doesn't stand out as one of the memorable summer releases of 2014, but it's still enjoyable and worth a watch. Luc Besson blatantly takes the concept of 'Limitless' and turns it into an all out action film. And he approaches Lucy with ambition, ideas and flair. But ambition crosses the line of absurdity and the film becomes increasingly ridiculous. However once again Scarlett Johansson proves she's a worthy leading lady and the set pieces are all impressive, in particular the car chase.
Rated 26 Jul 2014
96
80th
the most diverse audience I've been a part of. Just goes to show that ScarJo brings people together :)
Rated 25 Jul 2014
70
42nd
I struggled mightily with my ranking for this. At first glance I honestly felt that the opening to the movie was mediocre, that ScarJo overacts her abduction and... pretty much everything right up to coming into contact with the drug, some parts I felt were logistically unbelievable, etc. Then I thought to myself "How much of that, if true, really matters to THIS movie?" I wasn't bored, I had fun. It's a genre flick, it's interesting. Maybe I'm letting it off easy, but it's worth checking out.
Rated 04 Aug 2014
70
22nd
Worth it just to see the superheroine shun violence for a higher purpose about halfway through. Choi Min Sik doesn't even need lines to be compelling.
Rated 19 Aug 2017
40
26th
Steals the premise of LIMITLESS and adds the conclusion of HER (Johansson withdrawing/expanding into nowhere/everywhere) and TRANSCENDENCE (released 3 months prior), but this one gets far sillier far more quickly. So, while the first few scenes set up a reasonable basis for the story, it turns out that no narrative is really sustainable because the protagonist's magical powers start at 10 and rapidly increase to 11, before settling at a comfortable infinity. Spoiler: time is unity. Now you know.
Rated 29 Dec 2016
55
25th
Take one writer. Make them half remember a bullshit factoid. Roll up a super mega Moroccan style spliff doobie. Marinade for twenty minutes. Fart out so pseudo-philosophical codshit. Make shiny. Release.
Rated 29 Jun 2016
75
63rd
Maybe I just like Luc Besson a little too much, but I really enjoyed this movie. You have to get it points for originality, and I found the over-the-top symbolism hilarious, as well as the movie's tendency to just randomly shift tone right in the middle of the plot. Definitely a fun one if you're willing to just let it take you along for the ride.
Rated 08 Apr 2018
50
13th
So dumb, so boring. Entertain us mere 10% mortals next time you jackass Besson.
Rated 11 Nov 2014
2
17th
finally we have proof that kubrick's monolith was scarlett johansson all along.
Rated 08 Aug 2017
70
44th
If you have any interest in having an existential crisis or at least a panic attack, this movie is for you. Many similarities to Lawnmower Man, but feels more like an action film than a horror film.
Rated 12 Jun 2014
100
0th
Beauty and Brains!
Rated 19 Nov 2014
2
59th
Lucy is so preposterous it's almost admirable they actually went into production with it. It's too short, no room for character development and basically rushes to the credits. The ride is quite alright, just not very satisfying. Easy acting job for ScarJo, as her character Lucy is devoid of emotion most of the time. Up your game again, Besson, create something brilliant as either Leon or The Fifth Element!
Rated 11 Nov 2014
69
36th
Interesting idea taken to ridiculous extreme. It's fun if you can get past all the jarring animal cuts towards the start and the silliness of the whole thing.
Rated 11 Sep 2014
10
7th
Racism, pseudoscience and violence porn wrapped into one neat, magnificently idiotic package. Morgan Freeman giving a lecture juxtaposed with cliched animal footage must be some kind of a record in laziness. If you refuse to learn, you might find yourself harboring ideas that would have gotten you laughed at milleania ago, like thinking that the mind is a vessel to be filled.
Rated 16 Sep 2016
10
3rd
100% of my arse.
Rated 10 Nov 2014
71
63rd
Decent. Has a great concept and some awesome scenes but fails to tie it all together. I don't think it went far enough.
Rated 12 Oct 2014
50
34th
I'm not sure how to rate this movie. The actors were brilliant, I love Scarlett's bitch face :) But apart from sci-fi part of this movie, I just had a feeling through the whole watching time, that this is just a really stupid movie. I can't really express why, but I really didn't like it that much as I thought I should.
Rated 21 Sep 2014
100
90th
Cut out Freeman and his endless, needless, suspension of disbelief-breaking expositional monologues, and Lucy is one of the tightest, slickest, well-paced action films in years. I was really pleasantly surprised, in part because Luc Besson has spent the past decade dragging his own name through the mud with a parade of shitty "produced by"s. Hey Luc, stop putting your name on the posters of terrible movies, and make more films. Great pacing, great editing, great action. An audiovisual spectacle.
Rated 04 Jul 2015
50
44th
The gangster plot line is pointless and should be removed. Then Lucy would be an overly ambitious short film with a high production value that despite being ridiculous would be thought provoking.
Rated 01 Dec 2015
43
4th
The script is beyond belief. The film starts off well but things keep getting more unrealistic and ridicules. The actors do a good job but the story does not really go any place and the script is bad. This film is a huge disappointment.
Rated 24 Aug 2014
100
99th
Really loved this movie. It was much deeper than what I expected. It makes you think about the possibilities you posses and does it in an entertaining way. If you you are in anyway into the deeper side of Buddhist philosophy some the theories will be familiar.
Rated 26 Jul 2014
26
11th
If the point of this movie is to bring a live off science to the masses, it does so with magic, fantasy, and illogic. It's crazy enough to work, but the movie isn't particularly good and, what's worse, could've had more actual science to achieve it's end.
Rated 07 Dec 2014
20
9th
Every kind of nonsense and completely unrewarding.
Rated 28 Aug 2014
40
26th
Whilst being an absolute mess seemingly knocked together at the last minute to grab some cash in a quiet summer, Lucy's make-it-up-as-we-go-along bizarreness actually means it's happily watchable for the most part as you honestly haven't a clue what will happen next. But then your reward is a climax where the protagonist turns into a USB memory stick. Has some grandiose ideas lurking around but never comes close to successfully integrating any of them.
Rated 18 May 2015
60
33rd
Sat down for an action film, got this. It's not an action film. It's not the cerebral film it tries to be. I'm not sure what it is.
Rated 05 Feb 2019
72
19th
one of the worst movies, but sort of badgood
Rated 21 Mar 2019
3
5th
Terribly heavy-handed, from its pointless visual metaphors (the pursuing bad guy is the cheetah, Lucy is the antelope, wow, nice one) to Freeman's excruciating presentation (yes let's hear "cerebral capacity" said one more time, thanks) to its bad plot exposition (see Lucy mind-reading and saying what we already see). All of this said, it's got a good action-thriller pace, and the extremes it goes to with its concept in the end are actually pretty compelling (if still presented in a cheesy way).
Rated 24 Feb 2015
65
21st
Some cool special effects and decent action sequences.
Rated 27 Feb 2015
10
3rd
Its a real shame that Min-sik Choi's first English-language film had to be this.
Rated 24 Aug 2014
76
48th
I'm incredibly happy this movie exists. Flawed, but how the hell can you complain? This came out as a wide release in America. Enjoy the rarity.
Rated 16 Jun 2020
73
52nd
hızlı akan, güzel oyunculu, düşündürürken eğlendiren bir aksiyon filmi olmuş. niçin çok kötü diyelim ki ?
Rated 31 Mar 2015
50
25th
This was pretty damn stupid and utterly ridiculous. I've enjoyed silly films before, but this took itself too seriously to be much fun. There were some decent action and special effects scenes, but they were surrounded by pretentious scenes of Freeman waxing philosophical and providing exposition. The dialogue was pretty awful, and a lot of the supporting actors were terrible. Johansson did the best she could. More or less a waste of time.
Rated 12 Feb 2015
90
91st
mükemmel bir bilim kurgu
Rated 07 Dec 2016
70
46th
I know the premise of this story is false. But from storytelling perspective, I think it did a good job.
Rated 30 Aug 2014
55
47th
/c
Rated 30 Sep 2014
70
45th
A proper movie with beautiful sequences
Rated 11 Sep 2014
20
5th
I could buy the ridiculous premise if they had bothered to do something interesting with it. What we get though, is just Lucy's boring transformation from a regular student into a ruthless killing machine. They call her superhuman, but there's hardly anything humane about her. This film is a total waste of time.
Rated 21 Feb 2015
37
11th
I went into this film willing to overlook a bit of patronizingly inaccurate pseudoscience if it meant a cool, action-packed film. Instead, I got a plodding, passionless, droning lecture about made-up fake neuroscience. Even the acid-trip of an ending felt like a vain grab at the kind of profundity one would see in 2001 or Enter the Void. Somehow Besson STILL managed to work in his trademark colonialist overtones. I'd rather watch a lecture on phrenology intercut with car chases and explosions.
Rated 26 Jan 2016
70
36th
There were a few moments in Lucy where I thought the movie was really cool and the story even seemed to be fun. It was after Lucy, played by the wonderful Scarlett Johansson, moved past 50% brain capacity when the story seemed to have jumped the shark. I would have liked more action. The awesome fight scenes are the coolest mix of French and Korean. I would have loved if the movie would have explored the relationship between Lucy and the cool French cop. The movie started strong but fell fla
Rated 28 May 2022
0
11th
Rated 30 Dec 2015
50
27th
melhor coisa desse filme é a sinopse
Rated 16 Jul 2023
0
3rd
would have scored 25 except for Besson
Rated 28 Aug 2017
35
12th
The movie looks good, lots of cool FX and action, scarlett Johanson is beautiful. Storywise the movie makes no sense...at all. Ironically, this movie about brains is only enjoyable if you turn off yours.
Rated 11 Jan 2022
22
1st
Pretentious, mind-numbing disaster; an action movie with little action and a "high-concept" movie that fails to take advantage of the implications of its concept. Besson attempts his own TREE OF LIFE/2001, but he can’t articulate his philosophical concepts adequately, quickly bogging down in a series of tedious exposition drops by Freeman. Hampered further by a rare poor performance from Johansson: hopelessly overwrought in the opening scenes and laughably robotic once her brain kicks into gear!
Rated 02 Dec 2016
68
53rd
Silly but very well-done and Johansson is excellent.
Rated 17 Jun 2016
60
35th
I liked the storytelling style, colorful and with documentary interludes. The setting could have had some potential anyway, although it does get hard to make a suspenseful movie once you made your protagonist entirely invincible. What completely brought this down, though, was the horrible screenwriting - imbued with a bit of philosophy, this could have been an interesting movie, but I'm afraid all we got treated to is generic Hollywood lines.
Rated 17 Nov 2021
8
0th
It's unique y'know
Rated 26 Aug 2014
50
17th
Preposterous. Ironic, in a film whose central premise explores maximising human brain power, that you have to switch your own off to enjoy it...
Rated 07 Mar 2017
40
10th
Great visual effects, but the story is a steaming pile of nonsense.
Rated 28 Nov 2014
0
1st
I guess scarlett Johanson nets it a point.
Rated 14 Aug 2018
41
16th
Fun to watch, complete bullshit.
Rated 06 Sep 2023
70
56th
Not at all what I was expecting. I had not watched a trailer or read anything about this movie, so I was thinking it was kind of like a lady John Wick, but it was obviously so much more. The whole 'using all of your brain' -concept is a bit weird, but it does create for a whole interesting 'what if' -concept in this movie. It just keeps getting crazier as it progresses and ScarJo is perfect for this role. Reminds me a lot of her character in Under The Skin, actually.

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