Lucy is a film by Luc Besson, shot mostly in Taiwan. Maybe over half of the characters on screen are Asian. You would think it being 2014, this film would have meant great progress in terms of getting fair representation of Asians in film. However, every single Asian person that appeared in the film was a dehumanizing stereotype as either villains or useless.
There are only 4 types of Asian males that exist in director Luc Besson’s world.
1) The authoritarian, controlling, cowardly, abusive Asian patriarch, who puts no value on anyones life. He hides when under danger, pushing his minions as fodder. He will yell and scream at his underlings until things get done, while doing nothing himself. He embodies the stereotypical Asian patriarch trope. Ever noticed how an Asian authority figure is never portrayed to have positive charismatic leadership. They always exert their authority through toxic abusive usage of power. This portrayal contaminates how people think about working under an Asian person and their leadership skills, contributing to bamboo ceiling. Mr. Jang is tagged with every bad trait imaginable without a single redeeming feature. Even Besson says Mr. Jang was made to be the ultimate devil in an interview. 
2) The emotionless, violent, nameless, indistinguishable, evil, foreign henchman. None of them had significant dialog or showed any humanity. They were the faceless dehumanized Asian menace – the yellow peril.
3) The leering, creepy, misogynist, sadistic rapists. They were portrayed as only strong enough to beat a fragile innocent tied-up white girl, Scarlett Johansson. And after her transformation, they all drop like flies. ……….