Lucy (2014)

Ending / spoiler

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There were 3 more people that had the bags too. Lucy put all four bags in herself. Once Lucy reached 90% brain capacity her hands made a blackish purple computer that enabled her consciousness to travel through time. And once she reached 100% her body disappeared, leaving only her dress and heels. Once she disappeared, the computer started to break down and left a flash drive for the professor containing vast quantities of knowledge. Then a police officer came in and asked "Where is she?" He looked at his phone and there was a text from Lucy, saying "I am everywhere." Then we hear her say "mankind gave us time, how do you choose to use it?"

Ozzie Gonzalez Jr

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