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‘Lucy’ review: dissecting Scarlett Johansson’s perfect brain

24
Jul
2014

Way back in 1996, John Travolta gained access to the rest of his and learned to levitate things in Phenomenon; Now, with Lucy, France’s most blockbuster-ready director Luc Besson takes a stab at the 100 percent human. The titular Lucy, as the film goes on, is able to do amazing things — levitate, for one. In trying to reconcile this cool, mechanical version of the brainiest human, the movie grafts together elements of a madcap spy thriller and an oblique, existential riff reminiscent of Terrence Malick’s Tree of Life.

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