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https://plus.google.com/114792852579230437339 Michele Soraperra : Recreating shots from The Avengers final credits scene Avengers Project by Dani Folch https://vimeo.com...
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https://plus.google.com/104683225308156441383 Tayla Symons : Chic Of The Week: Avengers: Age Ultron Premieres Todays Chic Of The Week is from the Avengers:Age Of...
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https://plus.google.com/104683225308156441383 Tayla Symons : Chic Of The Week: Avengers: Age Ultron Premieres Todays Chic Of The Week is from the Avengers:Age Of...
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https://plus.google.com/102236560071826808054 Brian Scott : The Avengers #223 (Sep '82) cover by Ed Hannigan & Klaus Janson. #Antman #Hawkeye
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6. Justin Bieber Or Daniel Radcliffe?: Uh?
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9. Tomboy Or Girly?: Tom-girlish?
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https://plus.google.com/110766306436807452530 Dan Maas : Captain America: Civil War, or Captain America: Civil Bromance, or Captain America: The Winter Soldier...
Captain America: Civil War,
or Captain America: Civil Bromance,
or Captain America: The Winter Soldier..er, ★★★★ (4 out of 4)

Following the anti-authority storyline and themes set up in the second Captain America (The Winter Solider), the same filmmakers (Markus and McFeely writing; Russo and Russo directing) give us the thirteenth and finest Marvel Cinematic Universe film yet: Civil War -- loosely inspired by Marvel’s 2006 comic book run of the same name.

After an Avengers mission to halt the theft of a biological agent in Lagos, Nigeria goes slightly awry, killing and maiming civilians, the UN ratifies the “Sokovia Accords,” which oblige augmented humans such as the Avengers to place themselves under UN authority as to how, where, when, or IF they will be deployed henceforth.

Steve “Captain America” Rogers (Chris Evans), his buddy Sam “Falcon” Wilson, and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) refuse, due to their mistrust of government stemming from the events of The Winter Soldier, while Tony “Iron Man” Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.), plagued by guilt about collateral casualties in New York and Sokovia during the first and second Avengers stories, persuades the balance of the available Avengers (Black Widow [Scarlett Johansson], War Machine [Don Cheadle], Vision [Paul Bettany], and Scarlet Witch [Elizabeth Olsen]) to comply.

As the Accords are signed in Vienna, a bomb explodes, killing many UN representatives. Footage reveals the bomber as Steve’s childhood friend, “Bucky,” aka The Winter Soldier, who was transformed into a different kind of deadly hibernating super soldier / mind-controlled assassin under HYDRA / Soviet conditioning during the Cold War.

This prompts Steve and Sam to travel to Europe to try to bring Bucky in alive before the authorities are obliged to ‘accidentally’ use deadly force in his capture.

Meanwhile, a mysterious and ruthless man seems to keep moving several steps ahead of the Avengers as he seeks to unravel the riddle of what mission Bucky was made to perform in 1991 -- some violent event we keep flashing back to.

Steve’s attempt to protect Bucky is a violation of the law and all 3 are finally captured and locked up -- until a conveniently timed and placed EMP unlocks the holding facility just as the mysterious man sets Bucky on a programmed rampage that Steve and Sam must try to stop.

When they finally recover Bucky, Steve learns there are 5 other possibly even more dangerous Winter Soldiers somewhere in hibernation that someone seems to be working to unleash. He then forms his own “Secret” (Counter) Avengers with Falcon, Hawkeye, Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), Scarlet Witch, and Bucky -- while Tony recruits Spider-Man (on loan to Disney from Sony; the crowd went nuts every time he came on screen) and the remainder and is given 36 hours to capture Rogers, Bucky, et al, before the military forcibly stops them.

This leads to a series of the titanic showdowns among these heroes you always hope to see in these stories, which often seem laughably forced (cough Batman vs. Superman), but are handled with great deft, fun, and creativity here.

Things finally turn dark when the truth of Bucky’s 1991 mission is revealed and Iron Man and Cap face-off in a heartbreaking battle that seems to deal a death blow to the Avengers.

This is the best Marvel (MCU) film and the first I’ve awarded 4-stars to. Let me tell you a few great things about it:

1. It’s an Avengers film (minus Thor and Hulk), but it doesn’t have to serve some contrived and silly plot to destroy the world.

Instead, it’s a pretty well-crafted (for a comic book movie) conspiracy plot that is handled much more maturely than previous Marvel Universe films. It even recognizes and addresses some of my problems with the wanton levity of the previous Avengers films by showing how many innocents were killed by collateral damage during those battles -- and facing the emotional toll that would levy on the heroes.

2. Yet it still respects the sense of fun and humor of the Marvel Universe films. Unexpectedly, even though it’s a more mature film, it’s also more on-point with its levity (RDJ tosses out plenty of cultural reference one-liners) than the less serious MCU films. This is the magic of great writing and directing.

3. It’s about personal responsibility, the cost of vengeance, how it doesn’t take super powers to destroy relationships or sow discord, and loyalty to your ideals and your friends: recognizing that sometimes doing something bad doesn’t make someone a bad person.

4. Like Winter Soldier, its continued themes about government inspection into and control over our lives is relevant in our current world and political climate.

5. It takes its time setting up and revealing its plot (some may find this boring; I found it refreshing) and manages to give time to each of its many characters: many plot threads that seem unrelated at first end up weaving together in a satisfying way.

It’s hard for me to find fault with this, but I didn’t care for the shaky-cam / 45-degree shutter / black-frame action style (think Saving Private Ryan), which I think was meant to add realism and a sense of things being “askew” when good guys were battling other good guys, but instead just made me feel disoriented during action sequences.

Also, it’s convenient in the Avengers / Counter Avengers showdowns that characters of relatively equal power (e.g., Black Widow / Hawkeye -- the only two without powers) just happen to square-off. In fact, in a showdown of Iron Man, War Machine, Vision, Spiderman versus Cap, Winter Soldier, Scarlet Witch, Ant-Man -- I don’t see much hope for the latter -- yet they fare inexplicably well.

But these are quibbles in an otherwise very well-crafted, fun superhero bonanza that makes last month’s Batman v Superman, which tried to tackle these same themes, seem all the more laughable, poorly executed, and tonally clumsy in retrospect. (I weep for DC.) If you want to prep for this without watching all 12 previous MCU films, I recommend the first two Captain Americas and the second Avengers. Stay for two post-credits scenes.
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https://plus.google.com/117186138068093028973 Andrew Rogers : Lucy (2014 film) I Ilumenti as channeled by Andrew Rogers my partner has these skillsets as not in ...
Lucy (2014 film)

I Ilumenti as channeled by Andrew Rogers my partner has these skillsets as not in the film Lucy by Luc Besson I have watched the film with Andrew which I enjoy and he is developing skillsets as seen in the film.

Lucy is a 2014 English-language French science fiction action film written and directed by Luc Besson and produced by his wife Virginie Silla for his company Europacorp. The film was shot in Taipei, Paris and New York City. It stars Scarlett Johansson, Morgan Freeman, Amr Waked and Choi Min-sik. Johansson portrays the title character, a woman who gains psychokinetic abilities when a nootropic drug is absorbed into her bloodstream.

The film was released on July 25, 2014, and became a box office success, grossing over $463 million against a budget of $40 million. It received mainly positive, but also polarized, critical reviews, with praise for Johansson's performance, entertaining or intriguing themes and visuals, and criticism for having a nonsensical plot, especially its focus on the ten percent of the brain myth and resulting abilities

Plot
Lucy is a 25-year-old American woman living and studying in Taipei, Taiwan. She is tricked into working as a drug mule by her new boyfriend, whose employer, Mr. Jang, is a Korean mob boss and drug lord. Lucy delivers a briefcase to Mr. Jang containing a highly valuable synthetic drug called CPH4. After seeing her boyfriend shot and killed, she is captured. A bag of the drug is forcibly sewn into her abdomen and that of three other drug mules who will also transport the drug for sale in Europe. While Lucy is in captivity, one of her captors kicks her in the abdomen, breaking the bag and releasing a large quantity of the drug into her system. As a result, she begins acquiring increasingly enhanced physical and mental capabilities, such as telepathy, telekinesis, mental time travel, and the ability not to feel pain or other discomforts. She kills off her captors and escapes.

Lucy travels to the nearby Tri-Service General Hospital to get the bag of drugs removed from her abdomen. The bag is successfully removed, and Lucy is told by the operating doctor of the volatile nature of the drug, based on a substance given to fetuses during prenatal development, and its destructive side-effects. Sensing her growing physical and mental abilities, Lucy returns to Mr. Jang's hotel, kills his bodyguards, assaults Mr. Jang, and telepathically extracts the locations of the three remaining drug mules from his brain.

At her shared apartment, Lucy begins researching her condition and contacts a well-known scientist and doctor, Professor Samuel Norman, whose research may be the key to saving her. After Lucy speaks with the professor and provides proof of her developed abilities, she flies to Paris and contacts a local police captain, Pierre Del Rio, to help her find the remaining three packets of the drug. During the plane ride, she starts to disintegrate as her cells destabilize from consuming a sip of champagne, which made her body inhospitable for cellular reproduction. Only by consuming more CPH4 is she able to prevent her total disintegration. Her powers continue to grow, leaving her able to telepathically incapacitate armed police and members from the Korean drug gang. With the help of Del Rio, Lucy recovers the drug and hurries to meet Professor Norman, with whom she agrees to share everything she now knows, after he points out that the main point of life is to pass on knowledge, something for which she now possesses an infinite capacity. Jang and the mob also want the drug and a gunfight ensues with the French police.

In the professor's lab, Lucy discusses the nature of time and life and how people's humanity distorts their perceptions. At her urging, she is intravenously injected with the contents of all three remaining bags of CPH4. Her body begins to metamorphose into a bizarre black substance which behaves like nanites, spreading over computers and other objects in the lab, as she transforms these into an unconventionally shaped, next-generation supercomputer that will contain all of her enhanced knowledge of the universe. She then begins a spacetime journey into the past, eventually reaching the oldest discovered ancestor of mankind, implied to be Lucy, and touches fingertips with her. Meanwhile, back in the lab, after an M136 AT4 anti-tank weapon destroys the door, Jang enters and points a gun at Lucy's head from behind. He shoots, but in the instant before the bullet strikes, Lucy reaches 100% of her cerebral capacity and disappears within the spacetime continuum, where she explains that everything is connected and existence is only proven through time. Only her clothes and the black supercomputer are left behind. Del Rio enters and fatally shoots Jang. Professor Norman takes a black, monolithic flash drive offered by the advanced supercomputer before the computer disintegrates to dust. Del Rio asks Professor Norman where Lucy is, immediately after which, Del Rio's cell phone sounds and he sees a text message: "I AM EVERYWHERE." With an overhead shot, Lucy's voice is heard stating, "Life was given to us a billion years ago. Now you know what to do with it."

Cast
Scarlett Johansson as Lucy, an unwilling drug mule who is accidentally dosed with a drug that
activates a myriad of pre-encoded genetic conscious capabilities:

The role of Lucy called for "an actress who could be believable as extremely vulnerable, as well as
superpowered, when her exposure to an illicit substance inadvertently makes her acquire incredible
skills." Impressed by Johansson's discipline, Besson reached out to her for the role, stating that she
was immediately precise and professional, and he "enjoyed the way she talked about [the film]." He
said, "She was excited for the right reason, which was the story. At that moment, it was a done deal for
me. She was definitely the one." Angelina Jolie is widely reported to have been originally cast as
Lucy, and as having dropped out of the role prior to filming.[13] Although Jolie was in
"serious talks" with Besson since 2011 to star in his next directorial effort, then-untitled,[14][15] he
stated that she was not his first choice for the role of Lucy and has implied that Johansson was upon
winning the role.

Morgan Freeman as Professor Samuel Norman:
Besson's wife and producer of the film, Virginie Silla, stated that given Freeman's experience
portraying a character of wisdom, "it was pretty obvious that he was the perfect actor" for the role of
Professor Norman.

Choi Min-sik as Mr. Jang:
Besson said that Mr. Jang is the "best villain" he scripted since Gary Oldman's character, Norman
Stansfield, adding that "Whereas Lucy is the ultimate intelligence, Mr. Jang is the ultimate devil."
Besson and his film team "had to go and meet [Choi] in Korea, talk with him and discuss the story.
And it was only at the very end that he said, 'Okay, I'm interested, I want to be in.'"

Amr Waked as Pierre Del Rio:
Besson stated that "Del Rio represents the audience; he's basically you and me," adding that when
Lucy has "lost all her emotions by being exposed to the drug," there exists "a tiny spark of emotion
that's still there" when she is with Del Rio. Waked said that Besson having written the script was
enough for him to want to star in the film.

Julian Rhind-Tutt as the polite English 'baddie’

Pilou Asbæk as Richard

Analeigh Tipton as Caroline

Nicolas Phongpheth as Jii

Speaking of Besson's "interest in making the film one about the way we interact with our environment, and socially as well," Silla said that one of the goals was to bring together a diverse cast to show the planet's diversity and a mixture of the different cultures. She stated, "So we have Scarlett Johansson, who is Caucasian, Morgan Freeman, who is African-American, Min-Sik Choi, who is from Korea, and Amr Waked, who hails from Egypt."

Production
Writing
Besson stated that he intended for the first part of Lucy to be like Léon: The Professional (which he also wrote and directed), the second part to be like Inception and the third part to be like 2001: A Space
Odyssey. He was intrigued by the brain capacity of Lucy, a female Australopithecus afarensis, stating
that her brain size was only 400g, and modern human brains weigh in around 1.4 kg. "I was very interested with all the science," he said. "When I learned one cell can send 1000 messages per cell per second and we have 100 billion cells in our body, for me, it's gigantic." He did not want to make "a documentary about the brain," and so he focused on making an entertaining film with scientific and ethical aspects, which he cited as "quite rare today." He said, "That was my goal: an action film with a purpose. When I was younger, the purpose I had was smaller. Basically, this is about us, our legacy and what we learn."'[17] A computeranimated version of Lucy Australopithecus being in the film, "modeled on the dawn of Man sequence from 2001: A Space Odyssey," is one of several of Lucy's homages.

"I live in a country of food, and you can't have a third star in a restaurant (the top Michelin rating) without risk, invention or creativity," Besson said. "I'd rather take some risks, and maybe some people will say, 'What the fuck is this film?' But some others will embrace it. I totally understand that we can't take this kind of risk on every movie, but at the same time, you can't progress if there is not risk and novelty." He added, "I guess the film has the possibility to be a hit with the American audience. Of course, I would rather that it perform and the people are happy with it."

Budget and filming
Lucy is the second largest budget French film production in 2013, with an estimate of 49 million euros. It is also one of the biggest productions for EuropaCorp, the company founded by Luc Besson in 2000.
According to EuropaCorp CEO Christophe Lambert, this film had the highest budget in the company's
history. Principal photography started in September 2013 at the Cité du Cinéma, a new megastudio located on the outskirts of Paris. On 5 September 2013, scenes were shot at the cliffs of Étretat in northern France.

Filming in Taipei, Taiwan, began on October 21, 2013 and lasted for eleven days. One of the
locations filmed at was Taipei 101, one of the world's tallest skyscrapers. Select footage was filmed
with IMAX cameras.

On October 23, The Hollywood Reporter stated that Besson had become enraged by all the media attention the shoot was getting that day. Besson was reported to be so frustrated with the constant disruptions that he considered leaving Taipei to film elsewhere. Meeting reporters in Taipei a day after he finished shooting the Taiwan part of the film, he stated, "We don't want pictures with new dresses of Scarlett. Sometime [sic] I lost a bit of my concentration because I'm bothered by that." Because of constant paparazzi intrusions he said that "shooting at night time was a nightmare". Besson singled out two unnamed agencies from Hong Kong for special condemnation. News reports emerged that he wanted to leave Taiwan early to register his disapproval of their actions, but Besson labelled these as incorrect.[28]

Visual effects
Lucy has the most visual effects in a film directed by Besson, with over 1,000 effects shots under senior visual effects supervisor Nicholas Brooks. The majority of visual effects were done by Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), with a team headed by supervisor Richard Bluff. Bluff described Lucy as "really fun because it wasn't a thousand shots of robots or things we typically do," instead relying on short sequences "that required a lot of new ways to problem-solve and to visualize them."[30] ILM began work on the project in July 2013, based on concept art provided by Besson’s Europacorp, such as Lucy sprouting the black tendrils and Lucy's disintegration effects. Among the material ILM studied as reference for the effects were chemical reactions, laser lighting displays seen at raves, and the work of artist Perry Hall, who had previously worked with Brooks in What Dreams May Come. Another major contributor was Rodeo FX, responsible for the Paris chase scene, Taipei matte paintings, and the visual representation of cell phones' radio waves seen by Lucy's enhanced vision.

Music and soundtrack
The film's original score was composed by Éric Serra, who has scored all of Besson's films apart from Angel-A and The Family. The soundtrack was released on 22 July 2014 by Back Lot Music.

Marketing
Several print and digital posters were issued by the distributor Universal Pictures for Lucy, with the theatrical release poster including the tagline: "The average person uses 10% of their brain capacity. Imagine what she could do with 100%." On August 15, 2014, Universal Pictures released two advance posters for the upcoming comedy film Dumb and Dumber To that spoofed the theatrical release poster for Lucy, also a Universal Pictures-distributed film.[35] The two spoof posters were made public via Tweets from the Twitter accounts of Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels.

On April 2, 2014, the first trailer for Lucy was released.[37] It was described as having "hit the Internet with the force of a punch to the head,"[38] with reviewers stating that it is "promis[in]g a wild ride with Johansson rendering people unconscious with a flick of her wrist,"[39] "awesome" as "the girl who was once exploited becomes very, very dangerous,"[40] and "wonderfully insane as Johansson goes from a drug mule at the mercy of her captors to a superhuman with remarkable control over her body and a diminishing capacity for mercy." James Luxford of The Guardian described a common theme evident in the trailer that has run through Johansson's past three films: characters who "evolve, mutate or vanish altogether". After the film premiered, however, its trailers were categorized as being starkly different than how the film actually plays out; for example, the film not being as action-packed. A behind-the-scenes preview of the film was released on July 10.

In his 2014 book titled Great Myths of the Brain, Christian Jarrett quotes directly from the film poster, dismissing it and the film's portrayal of the potential for "mastering all knowledge and hurling cars with her mind" as being fully speculative fiction.

Release

Box office
On July 25, Lucy opened at 3,172 theaters in the United States. It opened with $17,088,110, placing it in the top spot for the box office opening weekend, ahead of the competing film Hercules, which debuted in the number two spot with $11,058,454. Lucy, described as "bringing a needed boost to the ailing summer box office,"[47] did financially better than expected, as early box office estimates for the film placed it "on track for $14 million to $15 million on Friday, including $2.7 million from 2,386 late Thursday screenings." It earned $43,899,340 at the domestic box office for the opening weekend, with Hercules remaining at second place with $29 million.[49] Globally, Lucy debuted at the number one box office spot in all markets it was released in outside of U.S. and Canada, as of August 8.[50] In Taipei, the film's performance has been credited to roughly half of the film having been shot there, and it having "boost[ed]

Taiwan's popularity amid the country's efforts to bring itself to the world stage. It opened at twenty two Taipei theaters, grossing NT$14.3 million (US$478,000) from 57,900 admissions, and, after two days there, made NT$25.6 million (US$854,000) in the capital, later earning over NT$38 million (US$1.27 million) from seventy five locations nationwide, making it the fourth best opening day in Taiwan, after
Transformers: Age of Extinction, Iron Man 3 and The Avengers, the best opening day for United
International Pictures (UIP), and the best August opening day of all-time. Lucy is also the second most successful debut for a French action film.

The audience for Lucy was split evenly between men and women, with 65 percent being over age 25.
Nikki Rocco, president for domestic distribution at Universal Studios, said, "To have a female lead in an original property absolutely made a difference. Scarlett is a star, and her presence [in the film] made it a lot more appealing for women." Michael Bodey of The Australian commented that women having
comprised half the audience is "a seemingly new precedent for an action film" and that, because of its box office performance, Lucy is the film out of all of Besson's film work "likely to have the greatest cultural impact."

Thewire.com's David Sims stated that Johansson's success with Lucy at the box office would be "no mean feat given that it's a European R-rated action movie opening against a PG-13 epic with a more proven action star" in Dwayne Johnson (The Rock). "She's obviously had supporting roles in Marvel blockbusters but [Johansson] has never opened a blockbuster as an above-the-title star," he stated, adding that The Island was her first real attempt at doing so, but was a flop, and that if "tracking holds, Lucy will solidify this new phase in Johansson's career as a marquee name."

In U.S. and Canada, Lucy earned $61 million in ticket sales in 3,173 theaters, and attracted 7.6 million
viewers in its opening week. Rocco said that widespread interest from ticket buyers indicated that Lucy brought "a different side to an action film," and that Universal Studios "had maintained high hopes for the 'R-rated original concept female-driven action movie.'" Leading in the weekend's ticket sales on online ticket service Fandango, Lucy outsold action thrillers Oblivion, Elysium and Edge of Tomorrow "at the same point in the sales cycle." It additionally outsold The Bourne Legacy ($38.1 million) and Salt ($36 million), compared to their opening weekend spots, but failed to surpass the opening weekend grosses for Wanted ($50.9 million) and Taken 2 ($49.5 million).[53] Ray Subers of Box Office Mojo stated, "The fact that it even came close, though, is a fairly remarkable feat for this moderately-budgeted original action movie."

Subers said that there are a few contributing factors to Lucy's success, commenting, "First, the movie had an intriguing premise (what if we could use more than 10% of our brains?) that was front-and-center in action packed, visually-stunning advertisements." He said that this helped Johansson's lead role of Lucy appear to be "a natural extension of the butt-kicking brand she's built" as Black Widow in The Avengers and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and that "recognizing that audiences were connecting with the material, Universal made the savvy decision to move Lucy up from mid-August," where it instead would have been competing with Guardians of the Galaxy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and The Expendables 3, a contrast to "this less-competitive late July date." Oliver Gettell of Los Angeles Times commented similarly, citing five reasons for the film's successful opening weekend: A catchy sci-fi hook (the ten percent of brain myth), Johansson as an action star, Besson as a crowd-pleaser (known for films that please audiences, especially ones that craft strong female characters), a summer of strong women (previous successful female-driven films in the year being Maleficent and The Fault in Our Stars), and a slick marketing campaign (the trailers for the film emphasizing a high concept narrative, action and mayhem while de-emphasizing "philosophical and metaphysical pontificating").

Critical reception
Lucy was generally categorized as entertaining and silly, but also polarizing, by critics.[6][55][56][57] Early reviews for the film were described as positive and mixed,[7][55][58][59] and later as positive abroad. On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, it holds a score of 66% based on 197 reviews; the rating average is 6.1/10. The site's critical consensus reads: "Enthusiastic and silly, Lucy powers through the movie's logic gaps with cheesy thrills plus Scarlett Johansson's charm – and mostly succeeds at it." On review aggregator Metacritic, the film has a score of 61 out of 100, based on 45 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews". Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film a "C+" grade on a scale of A to F. Based on 14 press reviews, French website AlloCiné gave the film an average rating of 2.8 out of 5, while the audience response gave it an average rating of 3.2 based on 8064 responses. The film received a score of 84% on French website Cinémur.
In France, the film received 14 press reviews. Regarding the positive reception, Danielle Attali wrote in Le Journal du dimanche that "Luc Besson's thriller shows a successful talent to entertain and keep in suspense". In Voici, the reviewer also appreciated the work of Besson, stating that he "returns to action films with this wacky cross between a superhero film and film about Asian gangsters, amped up by the always sexy Scarlett Johansson". In Le Parisien, Magali Gruet stated, "Some have called this a feminist film, and though we will not go that far, it would be wrong to deny that a woman is portrayed as the source of solutions intended to save the world." Libération wrote, "Beyond the success or embellishment which adorns each new scene with a spectacular swagger of violence and improbable turns, there is a strong feeling that Luc Besson now makes films from a position beyond merely marketing considerations." Le Nouvel Observateur wrote, "It was unclear how such a contrived portrayal can delude audiences once the novelty becomes dissipated."

Among U.S. reviews, Justin Chang of Variety called Lucy "a slickly engineered showcase for a kickass heroine whom we instinctively, unhesitatingly root for" and an enjoyable, "agreeably goofy, high-concept"speculative narrative devoid of self-importance because "it pays deft, knowing homage to any number of Hollywood sci-fi head-trip classics, embedding its ideas in a dense labyrinth of cinematic references that somehow end up feeling sly rather than shopworn."[66] Jordan Hoffman of The Guardian called the film "mindless and mixed up, but propulsive and fun" and added that "Scarlett Johansson shines in this pseudointellectual action flick that represents Luc Besson's finest work" since the film The Fifth Element; he gave Lucy 3/5 stars,[67] while IGN's Jim Vejvoda rated the film a 7.2 and said "this movie is all about Johansson, who's in almost every scene. She ably plays the title character as she transforms from average person to omnipotent entity" and "ultimately, more of Lucy works than doesn't. It's a fun movie even if its 'science' more than strains suspension of disbelief. It's a credit to Besson's style and Johansson's performance that Lucy isn't a train wreck."[68] The San Francisco Chronicle's Mick LaSalle said, "You can scoff at Besson's philosophies and hypotheses, but to do that would miss what's in front of you. Lucy is an impeccably realized vision of Besson's view of things."

By contrast, John DeFore of The Hollywood Reporter stated that "plenty of films and novels have envisioned what would happen if we gained conscious control over our entire brain," but that "it's hard to recall one whose ideas were more laughable than this one." He stated that the audience may "roll with the film" as Lucy does things beyond human capability, but that the film does not justify "Lucy's increasingly godlike abilities, which soon include time travel and levitation. Every now and then, a nugget of real philosophy is dropped into the screenplay, but it's surrounded by so much blather that even a generous viewer has trouble using it to justify what Lucy experiences." Writing for LA Weekly, Amy Nicholson stated that Besson "must think the audience is operating with even fewer synapses [than the capacity of ten percent]. Here, his style is slick but hand-holdingly literal" and "as the newly bionic Lucy seeks vengeance, Besson even tries to convince us she's a strong female character, which to the majority of male action directors simply means a sexy, silent badass. The real females in the audience may wonder why a genius would limp across a multicontinental gunfight in five-inch Louboutins."

Among the film's main criticisms are the ten percent of brain myth, Lucy becoming less empathetic and more robotic as her brain capacity increases, her invincibility,[8][66][70][72] and the use of animal imagery to convey "obvious points." Ralph Blackburn of Belfast Telegraph called the notion of only using ten percent of the brain an "often-quoted idea" that "has obvious Hollywood potential," but, according to leading neuroscientists, is "nothing more than an urban myth." He cited neuropsychology professor Barbara Sahakian, quoting that "it's impossible to work out how much of our brain we are using quantitatively.

However, it is definitely much more than 10 per cent." Chang stated that because Besson "seems more interested in engaging, playfully yet seriously, with the various biological, philosophical and metaphysical riddles that [the film] raises," the story is lacking as an action film and is not "much of a thriller – it's virtually an anti-thriller, devoid of suspense or any real sense of danger due to the fact that its heroine is more or less invincible," and that "at times it's hard to shake the sense that a smarter, more unbridled picture might have found a way to slip the bonds of genre altogether."[66] Like Chang, DeFore felt that one of the flaws with the film is Lucy's invincibility because it "nullifies much of the drama to come." Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune said that the first twenty minutes of the film are good, but that by half an hour of runtime, the audience will realize that Lucy has no limits, which makes the film dull after a while with a "limited payoff". The Boston Globe's Ty Burr, on the other hand, stated of the criticisms: "who comes to a Besson movie seeking logic? Lucy stays true to its own invented physics." Besson said he knew of the ten percent myth, and that the film uses it as a metaphor, while Robbie Collin for The Daily Telegraph concluded the film is based on the Kantian model of transcendental idealism, where the human mind imposes order on the world to make sense of it, and without it all relations between objects in space and time would cease to exist.

Lucy has been compared to various films; common examples include Akira, 2001: A Space Odyssey,
The Matrix, The Tree of Life, Transcendence, and especially Limitless. Chang said, "Lucy's gradual rise to omniscience and omnipotence recalls Neo's own such journey in The Matrix, while her many black-suited Korean opponents suggest another army of Agent Smiths," and added that, when Lucy "uploads herself, Big Brother-style, to every computer and TV screen in the vicinity," the film suggests "a livelier, less ponderous remake" of Transcendence. Hoffman said, "The end of the movie goes completely off the rails, but in a way that is charming in its stupidity. It's like 2001: A Space Odyssey for those with short attention spans, and those people need to have their minds blown, too, I suppose." Matt Prigge of Metro New York, while calling the film "stupid, smart and awesome," stated that it "smartly goes in a wildly different direction than the amusingly amoral Limitless, in which Bradley Cooper's character abused a similar drug, but used it to gain success, money and power. He was selfish. Lucy is selfless." Prigge added, "If Lucy is Limitless, it's Limitless with more than a dash of The Tree of Life, and even a bit" of the film Under the Skin, which also stars Johansson. Burr commented that "where a fully juiced cerebellum just made Cooper's character really, really capable, Lucy undergoes a metaphysical makeover that, by the film's midpoint, has started to rearrange time, space, and her body." Comparing Lucy's powers to characters Professor X, The Doctor, Dr. Manhattan, Galactus, God from Bruce Almighty, Scarlet Witch, and Tetsuo from Akira, Hollywood.com's Jordan Smith stated that "Lucy may be the most powerful film character ever created," but indicated that Tetsuo's powers might match hers.

Graphic novel and sequel
Hollywood journalist Nikki Finke reported in a July post on her film industry blog that: "In August, a Lucy graphic novel will be released online with four chapters appearing every other day for one week." The first chapter of the semi-animated graphic novel was published on the international version of the movie's official website and features the same story material as seen in trailers with picture elements that move as scrolling takes place.

In an April 2014 WonderCon interview, Besson was asked about the possibility of a Lucy sequel and stated, "With Lucy, you'll see the end of the film. I don’t know how we can make a sequel, but if the film is huge, then I will think about it." In August, while promoting the film in Taipei, where scenes were shot, Besson commented further about the possibility of a sequel: "I don't see how we can do one. It's not made for that. If I find something good enough, maybe I will, but for now I don't even think about it." In June 2015, it was announced a sequel is in development.

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Coz’ Cappy now we got BAD BLOOD - Marvel’s most anticipated movie releases

The ultimate superhero showdown movie, Captain America: Civil War has torn the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) apart.

The film promised to be nothing viewers had ever seen before, with an entirely psychological and unexpected plot line.

Captain America: Civil War opened in international markets in a built up of what the analysts believe could be the biggest U.S. box office opening of the year.

The ticketing sales were projected to reach as high as $200 million.
It was dubbed to be the second best hit after the ‘Jurassic World’ which recorded sales as grand as $208.8 million in June last year.

The monster box office hit so far belongs to Disney’s property - Star Wars: The Force Awakens with a whopping sum of $248 million in December.

With the Russo brothers as the filmmakers, one can expect something extravagant after they proved their craftsmanship in their previous movie production Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

This year they are all set to pitch their flags in the industry with Captain America: Civil War. They are however said to have faced a lot of challenges during the production as this is the most crucial segment of Marvel.

Film makers Joe and Anthony Russo believe that Marvel went on with Civil War because at that time Warner Bros had already announced that they were making Batman v Superman.

So, this might have ignited a spark in the Russo brothers’ minds and led them to start off with their production of Civil War. The reason cited was that there were around 11 to 12 Marvel Cinematic Universe movies and they had a fairly traditional structure.

The Russo duo were quite anxious about losing their audience with repetitive themes. To conquer that, they came up with challenging modes of cinematography which an aim to proving a point to rival directors.

Kevin Feige, the producer of the film, is quite the non-conformist and quite sensitive to how the audiences react to his content. He believed that people deserve to watch new content rather than the cliched kind of action.

The director Joe Russo has said, “Our pitch to them was that, people will tell you that they love chocolate ice cream - until you give it to them 5 days a week. I think it is the time to treat them with some rainbow sherbet!”

To watch or not to watch - THAT is the question!
A good reason to watch the movie is to watch what is building up to be the most epic battle between the two greatest superheroes in the Marvel Universe.

Civil War is the most anticipated movie of the summer movie season of this year. Previously, we saw all the DC fans getting charged up for WB’s Batman v Superman but now, it is the time for the rest of the world to gear up for the biggest deciding event of the MCU’s history, the long awaited Civil War.

The movie is a semi-adaptation of one of the most popular series of Marvel’s comics, and therefore a lot of expectations ride on its shoulders.

Friends turned Foes!

Here’s why two of the most interesting Avengers take on each other:
The political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability after the actions of the Avengers led to collateral damage.

Apparently the new status acquisition will lead to slicing up of the entire Avengers team.

A difference in opinion causes bad blood among two Avengers, Iron Man and Captain America as they fight each other.

Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) must now choose their sides.Broken relationships, personal tragedies and a friendship that goes soar….

We certainly aren’t telling you more… But one thing is for sure - Fans across the world are divided in opinion as the movie has presented everyone with a tough choice, a choice between Iron Man and Captain America.

Which side are you on?
Coz’ Cappy now we got BAD BLOOD - Marvel’s most anticipated movie releases
The ultimate superhero showdown movie Captain America Civil War has torn the Marvel Cinematic Universe MCU apart
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https://plus.google.com/113236861058989587750 Elaine Jex :

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https://plus.google.com/113570352024477638994 Gaming AMA : The Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 And 2 Is "Misleading", Will Be Retitled - GS News Update
The Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 And 2 Is "Misleading", Will Be Retitled - GS News Update
The Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 And 2 Is "Misleading", Will Be Retitled - GS News Update
Joe and Anthony Russo are on board to helm The Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 and 2, but the titles may be a little different when those movies open in...
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https://plus.google.com/105419312795364065341 Jared Rascher : I just read somewhere that Kang isn't currently available to Marvel Studios. How is Kang attached to...
I just read somewhere that Kang isn't currently available to Marvel Studios. How is Kang attached to another property other than the Avengers?

I mean, I get that the Rama Tut version of him fights the Fantastic Four more often, and that he's related to Reed, but Kang still is in the very short list of big name cosmic Avengers enemies.

If being Magneto's kids doesn't keep the Avengers from having a claim on Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch, how do they not have "dibs" on Kang?
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https://plus.google.com/109570947350812677799 SHOW-TIMES MEDIA :

MARVEL'S THE AVENGERS REVIEW ... SO SPOILERS
THE AVENGERS: Okay, this is possibly the greatest superhero movie of all time, I don't really need to explain what goes down.There are many great things about this movie, I especially love how the movie introduces us to a...
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https://plus.google.com/110383184223043164595 fite me sir (Corgi butts) : ~Nominated By~: m'self ~HAVE YOU EVER: ➖Snuck out: no ➖Broken a bone: almost ➖Cried myself to sleep...

~Nominated By~: m'self

~HAVE YOU EVER:
➖Snuck out: no
➖Broken a bone: almost
➖Cried myself to sleep: ONLY BECAUSE I FINISHED THE BEST FANFIC I EVER READ
➖Been arrested: not yet
➖Felt lonely: ._.
➖Been depressed: no.

~WHAT'S YOUR:
➖Birthday: Sept. 7
➖Biggest fear: zombies
➖Dream job: Model/actress/singer
➖Dream House: Hearst Castle type houses

~DO YOU:
➖Like someone: ofc (not romantic)
➖Love someone: ^^^^^
➖Have tattoos: no
➖Have piercings: no
➖Party: no

~FAVORITE:
➖Artist: Halestorm at the moment
➖Movie: The Avengers????
➖Song: Bad romance by Halestorm at the moment
➖Series: of what
➖Book: .....Story of the world Vol. 2 >~>
➖Color: red
➖Animal: owl

~THIS OR THAT:
➖Twitter or Facebook: no
➖Twitter or Instagram: meh...
➖Facebook or Instagram: meh
➖Coke or Pepsi: coke
➖Tea or coffee: coffee
➖Tacos or pizza: pizza
➖Winter or summer: I dislike both equally

~WOULD YOU EVER:
➖Get married: no
➖Have kids: I am not having my legs ripped apart for anyone
➖Swim with sharks: no
➖Eat rotten food: no
➖Marry a foreigner: ???

~I nominate 10 people:

1. Idc
2.
3. Idc
4.
5.
6.
7. I
8.
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10.c
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https://plus.google.com/101946459234316876768 Alexiz001 : Captain America: Civil War Review Thur. 5th: Opening thoughts: So...I just saw Captain: America: Civil...
Captain America: Civil War Review Thur. 5th:
Opening thoughts: So...I just saw Captain: America: Civil War tonight at 7pm at the giant screen IMAX...MY GOODNESS, it was awesome! It's easily in my top 3 favorite MCU movies. Honestly, the favorites are so close now, sometimes it's hard to decide which one is my favorite anymore (unless I smack myself back into holding The Avengers at the top lol) . Quality wise though, they're all so close! I can understand everyone saying Civil War is the best MCU movie to date, and I can also understand how some may think the Winter Soldier was better quality-wise. I honestly don't care whether I can come to a final conclusion on that, but if I could, it would be after I go see Civil War for a second time (which I will do). But I still consider The Avengers as my personal favorite still, for now.

Highlights: Everything amazing you've been hearing about Spidey and Black Panther? It's true! They were so good! But also, Ant-Man refreshingly stood out as epic as well!
This was also definitely some of Robert Downey Jr's best acting in all the MCU. He was really good in this.

The action was great, but when there wasn't some insane action going on, there was great drama. There are some serious moments too where you find you self covering you mouth like "oh crap...shit's getting more and more real", and others when you're laughing out loud!

Flaws then rating: If i could at all find any general flaw in this movie that has nothing to do with my personal preferences, it would be how in the first quarter of the movie, things get a little bit jumpy at parts. JUST a little, so it's not a big deal. Also, I know the movie is already a good length, but i feel like the movie concluded a little too fast at the end after everything that happened in the final battle. It was almost like I was still on a high from everything, and then boom, the movie was over, haha. But as I said, not really a big deal.

9/10 critic rating...8.8 if being a little harder on it (You may be thinking, "Why an 8.8 if being harsher?"...well, I'm entirely taking away the mindset of a fan and REALLY sifting through things I thought were flaws...but my mind is officially set on that 9/10...higher when fangirling, of course XD
I leave that 10 alone for absolute perfection XD I'm hoping the Russo Bros, Markus, and McFeely can give that too me in the next Avengers movies! I mean, it's sort of a conclusion to so many things...the end of a chapter...I won't accept anything less than perfection!
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https://plus.google.com/102978899140272046658 Lady Cheyenne (The Ghost) : #FanFriday #WhatIf... Imagine you're on a school trip to Disney and universal. You saw that some of...
#FanFriday #WhatIf...

Imagine you're on a school trip to Disney and universal. You saw that some of the avengers cast were in Orlando for an event on the last day. Friday rolls along and the class goes universal for the last day. You had a blast at the Harry Potter world and got some cool items which included your house scarf. You wear it even though it's blazing out, but you got swag. Anyway, you and your friends rush through Jurassic Park to go to the hero center of Universal. You were looking around and we're currently captivated by the Hulk Rollercoaster when you bumped into someone. You looked up at none other than Tom Hiddleston. You blush as he offers a hand and smiles. "Are you okay?"
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