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Lucy Movie Quotes By Sarah Snook: I always wanted to do some sort of I always wanted to do some sort of action film - even a superhero movie - and when 'Lucy' came out, I was like, 'That's what I want to do.' Sarah Snook
Lucy Movie Quotes By Vangelis: We are living in a cultural dark age We are living in a cultural dark age of musical pollution. You put the radio on, and five minutes later you need an aspirin. Vangelis
Lucy Movie Quotes By Robert Breault: A senseless tragedy remains forever tragic, but it A senseless tragedy remains forever tragic, but it is up to us whether it remains forever senseless. — Robert Breault
Lucy Movie Quotes By Lucy Punch: Every movie I've done, when they cast me, Every movie I've done, when they cast me, they knew I'd probably do it for a toffee apple and a Frappuccino. — Lucy Punch
Lucy Movie Quotes By Jennifer Lynn Barnes: could practically hear Henry's subtle, pointed smile in could practically hear Henry's subtle, pointed smile in response to those words. "Then you don't need to worry about me," he said. "Do you? — Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Lucy Movie Quotes By Lucy McConnell: Cindy laughed. "I didn't think burgers and fries Cindy laughed. "I didn't think burgers and fries were on a hot guys' diet. Don't you have a movie to prep for?"
"You think I'm hot? — Lucy McConnell
Lucy Movie Quotes By David Levithan: He was solid.he was thereas i dissolved. He was solid.
he was there
as i dissolved. — David Levithan
Lucy Movie Quotes By Lucy Fisher: Just selling through a movie theater is not Just selling through a movie theater is not ever going to be a viable way to make money back on a movie anymore. — Lucy Fisher
Lucy Movie Quotes By Lucy Fisher: There's nothing worse than making a good movie There's nothing worse than making a good movie that doesn't get seen. — Lucy Fisher