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The Fifth Element
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The Fifth Element 1997


From Amazon: Ancient curses, all-powerful monsters, shape-changing assassins, scantily-clad stewardesses, laser battles, huge explosions, a perfect woman, a malcontent hero--what more can you ask of a big-budget science fiction movie? Luc Besson's high-octane film incorporates presidents, rock stars, and cab drivers into its peculiar plot, traversing worlds and encountering some pretty wild aliens. Bruce Willis stars as a down-and-out cabbie who must win the love of Leeloo (Milla Jovovich) to save Earth from destruction by Jean-Baptiste Emmanuel Zorg (Gary Oldman) and a dark, unearthly force that makes Darth Vader look like an Ewok.

Release Date:May 9th, 1997
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Running Time:126 minutes
Box Office Gross: $63,820,180 (US)
$263,920,180 (World)
Directed By:
Luc BessonLuc Besson
Written By:
Luc BessonLuc Besson
Starring:
Bruce WillisBruce Willis
Gary OldmanGary Oldman
Ian HolmIan Holm
Milla JovovichMilla Jovovich
No image existsLuke Perry
No image existsLee Evans
Chris TuckerChris Tucker
No image existsBrion James
No image existsTom 'Tiny' Lister Jr.
No image existsJohn Neville
No image existsJohn Bluthal
No image existsMaiwenn Le Besco
No image existsMathieu Kassovitz
No image existsCharlie Creed-Miles
No image existsTricky
No image existsChristopher Fairbank

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The Fifth Element Movie Review by BillyBob (5/22/2013)

Fear not for the future, folks, 'cause (get this!) in the 23rd Century a real bad-ass, cab-driving mama's boy is gonna kick some serious alien butt and save all of mankind from total annihilation.

So, for the time being, you can all be rest assured that, thanks to Korben Dallas, we are safe from alien armageddon once...

(complete The Fifth Element review by BillyBob)


The Fifth Element Movie Review by Filmkiller (6/24/2010)

There's a lot I like about The Fifth Element and I can't think of anything I hate. At the same time I don't love tons about. Even as it occurs to me Fifth Element is probably funnier than most professed comedies, from a standpoint of personal taste it just mixes flavors I prefer seperate - like neopolitan ice cream.

It's...

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The Fifth Element Movie Review by Jarrod (7/4/2008)

Like Star Wars and Blade Runner, 'The Fifth Element' creates a vivid, vibrant, and breathtaking vision of the future, with so many wondrous sights to behold, so many fine details to absorb, that it is possible to get distracted by images one might spot in the background. The plot is preposterous in this Luc Besson foray...

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The Fifth Element Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/9/2007)

A trippy-awesome mind-f*ck through a future where people live in tiny little apartments, there are various cults and Milla Jovovich kicks serious ass.
This film never takes itself too seriously and that is what makes it work.
Luc Besson casts Tricky as a minion of Gary Oldman in some kind of f*cked up Jean-Peal Gaultier...

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The Fifth Element Movie Review by Zara (1/23/2007)

Chris Tucker is annoying. World class annoying. Gold medal award winning annoying. Never before has he been as annoying as he was in this outing (MONEY TALKS even wasn't all that bad) and yet THE FIFTH ELEMENT just wouldn't have been as good without Ruby Rhod. I hate to admit it when that happens.

Set in the future and...

(complete The Fifth Element review by Zara)



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