The Fifth Element

The Fifth Element (1997)

The Fifth Element
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In 2257, a taxi driver is unintentionally given the task of saving a young girl who is part of the key that will ensure the survival of humanity.

Release Date:May 7, 1997
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Genres:Adventure, Fantasy, Action, Thriller, Science Fiction
Production Company:Columbia Pictures, Gaumont
Production Countries:France
Director:Luc Besson
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Plot Keywords:secret passage, clone, taxi, future, stowaway, space travel, dystopia, race against time, arms dealer, love, priest, end of the world, good vs evil, police chase, cab driver, new york city, explosion, space opera, military, exploding planet, opera singer, stone, resort hotel, cyborg redneck, archeologist, cruise liner starship
  • Multi Pass.
    January 23, 2005
    Bruce Willis and Milla Jovovich star in this wonderful sci-fi tale. Chock full of killer performances and excellent effects.
    Korben Dallas is your average ordinary New York taxi driver. Fresh out of the military, unlucky in love and this close to losing his job. One day the ultimate fare literally falls into his lap as Leeloo enters his life via the roof of his cab. Leeloo it seems was genetically manipulated to be the ultimate weapon against pure evil but her beauty and butt-kicking hide a more fragile nature that Dallas and a host of others will have to step up and help her save humanity.
    This amazing sci-fi adventure from Luc (Leon) Besson has a little something for everyone. Beauty (the gorgeous Jovovich with orange hair even), action and gun-play, excellent acting, amazing visual effects, romance, creative sets and costume design, dynamic and interesting music and a mildly annoying but funny Chris Tucker. You name it…this film has it in spades. 5th Element is hands down one of the best science fiction films ever.
    I've seen it many times and always want more. I highly recommended it.