The Fifth Element
The Fifth Element

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In the colorful future, a cab driver unwittingly becomes the central figure in the search for a legendary cosmic weapon to keep Evil and Mr. Zorg at bay.... (Full plot summary below)

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In the colorful future, a cab driver unwittingly becomes the central figure in the search for a legendary cosmic weapon to keep Evil and Mr. Zorg at bay.

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Montreal Film Journal - 9/10 by Kevin N. Laforestdon't mind the one-dimensional characters and the sci-fi nonsense, but I really could have done without the unfunny, very French humor.
Hollywood Reporter - 9/10 by Duane ByrgeNarratively challenged, visually monotonous and aurally overpowering, The Fifth Element is a staggering accretion of all the wrong elements and some rather dopey ones as well.
Alternate Ending - 9/10 by Tim BraytonEven 20 years on, The Fifth Element hasn't lost very much of its ability to thoroughly confound and dazzle.
NUVO Newsweekly - 9/10 by Edward Johnson-OttDon't read the rest of this review until after you've seen the film and don't let your friends tell you about the movie. Just go and enjoy the most spectacular piece of mindless eye candy to come along in years.
Three Movie Buffs - 9/10 by Scott NashPure eye-candy and a rollicking good-time.
rec.arts.movies.reviews - 9/10 by Dragan AntulovThe special effects provided Besson with the tools to provide the movie with the spectacular images, displaying the eagerness of a child in a candy store.
rec.arts.movies.reviews - 8/10 by Ted PriggeThe film just takes off from the first slow frame and by the end, you're going "Wow!"
Boston Phoenix - 8/10 by Peter KeoughAfter doing much to reduce French cinema to a second-rate clone of bad Hollywood, Besson is seeking to expand to America.
Cinematter - 8/10 by Madeleine WilliamsThe world that director Luc Besson has created is original and breathtaking. In fact, it is almost worth the admission for the eye-candy alone.
Movie Habit - 8/10 by Marty MapesIt sounds like a big confused jumble, but actually it has its own internal consistency and look. It is almost immediately engaging and engrossing.

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