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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I love LUCY :- )

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    Imagine a stranger-in-a-strange-land revenge thriller about a wide-eyed Anglo bombshell (Scarlett Johansson) who gets kidnapped and abused in Taiwan by nasty, sweaty, shouting Korean gangsters and then escapes to seek justice - That is just the the first 10 minutes and the movie set you up to want to find out what happens next to our girl. Without giving much away, "Lucy" is a fun, confident work. It's fast and tight and playful even when it's sadistic and violent, which is often. The movie runs about 90 minutes but feels longer in a good way, because every second is packed tight...I would recommend this high octane fun ride.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Lucy - Review

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    With Scarlett Johanson and Morgan Freeman. Starts off slow but takes you for a 90 minute ride. Typical Luc Besson film and Scarlett Johanson does a credible job playing Lucy. I enjoyed it and I recommend it as a fun escape movie.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I love lucy

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    Great movie.. I've seen this movie numerous times.. If you truly want to see the film you must see in uhd 4k... it is visually appetising..... must see

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I would give it 10*********+stars

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    If you are a sci-fi off I have to recommend you get this 4K combo pack with the Blu-ray this is one of my top 10 movies of all time action packed beautiful picture in 4K twist and turns you will love it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Scarlett Johansson Wows

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    Lucy may not have the best plot, but it has Scarlett Johansson. She carries the movie with a little help from Morgan Freeman. Lucy is directed by the Luc Besson who also did La Femme Nikiita, The Professional, and The Fifth Element. Besson has a track record for female action heroes and doesn't disappoint, nor does Scarlett Johansson. Of the current female leads, no one quite sounds as good as Johansson either. Great performance by Scarlett Johansson.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Not great

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    This movie felt very stale. It feels like it was trying to replicate Limitless. Min-sik Choi and Morgan Freeman were easily the best parts of the film. We don't see much of them though. Scarlett Johansson was alright but again her performance felt stale but I believe it's because of the nature of the film. Overall it's a movie you can miss.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    love the movie

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    I really loved the movie Lucy and found the best price at best buy Jersey City

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great movie

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    This was a great movie had a lot of twist and turns

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Movie was okay

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    Pre-purchased movie and arrived as expected. I had to leave the next day for a trip, and actually watched it on the inflight entertainment.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Lucy ( Scarlett Johansson )

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    Luc Besson’s “Lucy” is a startling and thought-provoking exercise in What-If science fiction, masquerading as a summer action blockbuster. Despite some maddening flaws, it presents a powerful and compelling vision of what evolution, enlightenment, and eventual human ascension might look like. The story revolves around Lucy, a ditzy 20-something blond party girl living the high life in Taipei, played by Scarlett Johansson. She becomes an accidental drug mule for some really scary bad guys who load up her abdomen with a new, super-duper synthetic party drug she must transport out of the country. Thanks to more really scary post-surgery bad guys, the drug starts leaking into Lucy’s gut, launching a chain of biochemical events that gradually turn on Lucy’s brain capacity to the 100% mark over the course of the film. Morgan Freeman plays the eminent brain researcher/Greek Chorus who helps Lucy, explains all the high-tech stuff to the rest of us, and dodges bullets when Lucy supernaturally conquers the bad guys who come to get their drug back. News Flash: The bad guys can’t touch her. At all. The film has several strong points. Besson is a great proficient in high visual style as seen in his earlier films “The 5th Element” and “la Femme Nikita”. The look of the film is beautiful, and it’s all very well paced. Besson and his writers knew enough to not let either the action scenes or the more serious stuff fall into cliché. Animation wonderfully evokes, among other things, the life processes in our cells, passing through black holes, and also allows us to meet the original 3.2 million year old “Lucy”, the first near-modern primate ever discovered in the fossil record. Viewers are naturally much more interested in the modern Lucy, and the film does not disappoint on that score. Scarlett Johansson does a superb job of being lofty, otherworldly, poignant, and a bombshell in a little black Chanel dress and 6-inch Christian Louboutin heels. The French filmmakers thought, somehow, that if you’re going to evolve and ascend, you should dress well enough to get through the metaphysical door. In the hands of a lesser actress, this would come off as either really campy or patronizing. Gifted actress that she is, Johansson brings a solemn nobility and innocent fascination to her character that is impossible to laugh at. She manages to maintain her dignity while fighting bad guys with really big guns, and driving insanely against one-way traffic in Paris, all the while obviously preoccupied with much larger, more interesting things than what those silly people are doing around her. Morgan Freeman is an excellent foil, bringing warmth and credibility to a part that amounts to reading a neurology textbook out loud. He carries it all off with complete artistic conviction. This reviewer is most grateful that, despite the summer action movie packaging, the “message” is surprisingly high-toned. The small details and moments in the film show this to best advantage. As her plane lands in Paris, Lucy raises a glass of very good champagne to thin air and toasts,”To Knowledge!” It’s a small but telling moment. This is how Lucy will proceed with her evolution. The old adage remains true for many people that ultimate power corrupts absolutely. Just not here, and not with Lucy. She’s going to arrive at enlightenment in the best way possible. Many plot points in the movie support this upward path. A few things tend to water down the message, however. First, the film is way too short at 1 hour 28 minutes. The most interesting points of the philosophical discussion get glossed over, or left hanging. For example, in the middle of the death-dealing demolition derby car chase in Paris, Lucy turns to her anxious policeman sidekick and reassures him with “We never really die”, while avoiding a lethal crash is if by mere chance. Now, it would have been quite interesting if Lucy could have discussed the after-life a bit more, since it seems like she actually knows something about it. Besson must have decided most unfortunately that the car chase had to come first. Interesting and even mind-blowing points are maddeningly rushed over in this way. Also, much of the 1st act exposition is handled like a comic or graphic novel, and so the 1st act plot is overly compressed. Thus, much of the character development ends up a little shallow. It would have helped, for one thing, to see Lucy as she had been in a bit more detail before undergoing her drug-induced brain explosion. As it is, it’s hard to tell if she changes much, or not at all. 10 or 20 more screen minutes would have solved both these problems easily and not burdened the film at all. But having said that, the film succeeds in posing a lot of mind-blowing questions in a visceral and arresting way. Is this what enlightenment really is? Is this where evolution is actually taking us? All those big questions and high-toned ethics, plus a bunch of guns and a little black dress, tied up in a summer action flick. Who knew? Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? Report abuse | Permalink

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A great 4k ultra hd title to watch on your new tv

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    Owned for 4 months when reviewed.

    One of the best 4K Ultra HD movies out there, the visual effects are awesome, the colors really pop out and you will appreciate the fine detail of the movie. The sound was immersive especially the gunfire and explosions was fun to listen too.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Lucy Review

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    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

    Great Movie, and even better in Blu-Ray. I received the item quickly, and with no defects or issues, and at a reasonable price. I recommend buying movies from BestBuy.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Wow

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    Owned for 6 months when reviewed.

    Hands down one of the best looking 4K discs that I own. Get it when it goes on sale.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Fine 4K presentation

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    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

    The 4K version of this movie is excellent, holding highlights and shadows easily, and with fine color rendering. Motion handling is also great (normal for 4K since there no interpolation is needed.) The included blu-ray version of the movie is also wonderful. (For most of my family viewers, they cannot see the difference.)

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Very good movie, great 4K

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    This is not your standard action flick as it involves the science of human brain usage and the science fiction angle of what happens if one could use higher percentages than normal. The 4K video presentation is spectacular. Colors are vivid and details are extremely sharp. "Lucy" features one of the best visual quality I have seen yet. The Atmos soundtrack is equally spectacular.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent!!

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Excellent movie. Happy to add to my collection! If you are a fan either Morgan or Scarlett Johansson you will love this movie.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Big Ideas, a Whole Bunch of Guns, and a little Bla

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    Luc Besson’s “Lucy” is a startling and thought-provoking exercise in What-If science fiction, masquerading as a summer action blockbuster. Despite some maddening flaws, it presents a powerful and compelling vision of what evolution, enlightenment, and eventual human ascension might look like. The story revolves around Lucy, a ditzy 20-something blond party girl living the high life in Taipei, played by Scarlett Johansson. She becomes an accidental drug mule for some really scary bad guys who load up her abdomen with a new, super-duper synthetic party drug she must transport out of the country. Thanks to more really scary post-surgery bad guys, the drug starts leaking into Lucy’s gut, launching a chain of biochemical events that gradually turn on Lucy’s brain capacity to the 100% mark over the course of the film. Morgan Freeman plays the eminent brain researcher/Greek Chorus who helps Lucy, explains all the high-tech stuff to the rest of us, and dodges bullets when Lucy supernaturally conquers the bad guys who come to get their drug back. News Flash: The bad guys can’t touch her. At all. The film has several strong points. Besson is a great proficient in high visual style as seen in his earlier films “The 5th Element” and “la Femme Nikita”. The look of the film is beautiful, and it’s all very well paced. Besson and his writers knew enough to not let either the action scenes or the more serious stuff fall into cliché. Animation wonderfully evokes, among other things, the life processes in our cells, passing through black holes, and also allows us to meet the original 3.2 million year old “Lucy”, the first near-modern primate ever discovered in the fossil record. Viewers are naturally much more interested in the modern Lucy, and the film does not disappoint on that score. Scarlett Johansson does a superb job of being lofty, otherworldly, poignant, and a bombshell in a little black Chanel dress and 6-inch Christian Louboutin heels. The French filmmakers thought, somehow, that if you’re going to evolve and ascend, you should dress well enough to get through the metaphysical door. In the hands of a lesser actress, this would come off as either really campy or patronizing. Gifted actress that she is, Johansson brings a solemn nobility and innocent fascination to her character that is impossible to laugh at. She manages to maintain her dignity while fighting bad guys with really big guns, and driving insanely against one-way traffic in Paris, all the while obviously preoccupied with much larger, more interesting things than what those silly people are doing around her. Morgan Freeman is an excellent foil, bringing warmth and credibility to a part that amounts to reading a neurology textbook out loud. He carries it all off with complete artistic conviction. This reviewer is most grateful that, despite the summer action movie packaging, the “message” is surprisingly high-toned. The small details and moments in the film show this to best advantage. As her plane lands in Paris, Lucy raises a glass of very good champagne to thin air and toasts,”To Knowledge!” It’s a small but telling moment. This is how Lucy will proceed with her evolution. The old adage remains true for many people that ultimate power corrupts absolutely. Just not here, and not with Lucy. She’s going to arrive at enlightenment in the best way possible. Many plot points in the movie support this upward path. A few things tend to water down the message, however. First, the film is way too short at 1 hour 28 minutes. The most interesting points of the philosophical discussion get glossed over, or left hanging. For example, in the middle of the death-dealing demolition derby car chase in Paris, Lucy turns to her anxious policeman sidekick and reassures him with “We never really die”, while avoiding a lethal crash is if by mere chance. Now, it would have been quite interesting if Lucy could have discussed the after-life a bit more, since it seems like she actually knows something about it. Besson must have decided most unfortunately that the car chase had to come first. Interesting and even mind-blowing points are maddeningly rushed over in this way. Also, much of the 1st act exposition is handled like a comic or graphic novel, and so the 1st act plot is overly compressed. Thus, much of the character development ends up a little shallow. It would have helped, for one thing, to see Lucy as she had been in a bit more detail before undergoing her drug-induced brain explosion. As it is, it’s hard to tell if she changes much, or not at all. 10 or 20 more screen minutes would have solved both these problems easily and not burdened the film at all. But having said that, the film succeeds in posing a lot of mind-blowing questions in a visceral and arresting way. Is this what enlightenment really is? Is this where evolution is actually taking us? All those big questions and high-toned ethics, plus a bunch of guns and a little black dress, tied up in a summer action flick. Who knew?

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Movie

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    Owned for 5 months when reviewed.

    I really enjoyed this movie, I am sure will watch again.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A Great Sci-Fi Film

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    A great film and an Excellent upgrade! The Picture and sound are intense as well as AMAZING! This is the way to watch this film! Great deal too, Thank you BestBuy! I highly recommend getting your copy while you still can!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    wow cool movie!!

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    Owned for 2 months when reviewed.

    honestly i love how this movie looks, this is my first time watching this in any version of a movie, I was very impressed how Scarlett Johanson act and everything, in some part of the show it was alittle crazy and confusing but worth watching, totally recommend.

    I would recommend this to a friend