Lucy Movie Analysis

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Gigabyte-brained Heroine The idea that average humans use only about 10% of their brain has been rejected by science a long time ago but it is true about most movies. Luc Besson's Lucy will demonstrate how somebody would function using 100% of their brainpower byiformulating an incredibly complex thriller plot. The movie is about a woman empowered and threatened by the explosion of powerful drug in her nervous system. Lucy, played by Scarlett Johansson, is an American student living a unruly life in Taipei which became a heroine whose rapidly expanding abilities makes her the most awesome weapon. The movie begins with a vision of the first hominid also named Lucy, discovered in Ethiopia, then bombards you with expressive montages and the …show more content…

Series with nice killings and makes you curious who the killer is? Then Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens is the best fit for this. Scream Queens is a parody of films that splash college girls in blood and make them beg for their lives. Added to the hype of the show are the star-studded cast like Emma Roberts, Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas, Abigail Breslin, Lea Michele, and Jamie Lee Curtis. Each episode lasts for two hours that will definitely leave you thinking who and what's the motive of the killer/s. Scream Queens begins with a prologue set in 1995, establishing a tragedy at the Kappa Kappa Tau Sorority and an affection for TLC's "Watefalls", as well as introducing a baby whose yet-unrevealed identity eventually will be important in the present day. Jumping to 2015, Kappa Kappa Tau is the tyrannical kingdom of Chanel Oberlin, played by Emma Roberts, who treats her sisters in the sorority, played by Abigail Breslin, Billie Lourd, and Ariana Grande, as minions who have surrendered their own names to become Chanels. Chanel thinks her life is perfect but complications arise in the form of the sorority-hating Dean Cathy Munsch, played by Jamie Lee Curtis, and a guy in a shiny red devil costume killing people close to Chanel and the

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