Dingleberry Dickwad: From what I remember of the movie they didn't plan on the 5th element walking around and realizing that humanity and life in the universe in general were pretty shiatty to each other. She was supposed to remain encased and in the center of the temple and then they were supposed to just activate the 4 elemental thingies and she'd take out the bad guys. There was no thought to her getting out of the big stone or whatever material casing, learning people are shiat and refusing to do her part of the job.
Mugato: It's nice to see the Milla love around here. Most of the douchebags I know won't look at a girl that doesn't have DDs, no matter how plastic they are.
The All-Powerful Atheismo: The Fifth Element is an okay movie, but if it's one of your "favorites" you have problems. Terrible acting (some of the performances anyway...) terrible story cheesy effects...
dittybopper: kombi: OgreMagi: kombi: some_beer_drinker: i love science fiction. but i have never seen this movie. should i?Yes. Classic. Not really a serious movie. Fun and entertaining.Ditto. It's a fun movie. Don't try to get a deep meaning out of it (even though they try for that).And the Ruby Rhod character is farking hilarious, though you'll want to punch him in the face (multiple times).Yes great way to put it. Its a fun movie. Over the top in parts. In a fun way. Ruby Rhod is a good part of the movie. Almost the unwilling sidekick. And Gary Oldman. Definitely a watch.Yep. Just don't press the little red button on the bottom of the gun.
RedZoneTuba: I HATED HATED HATED this movie. I enjoy steak, pizza, burritos, and Indian food. - just not when they're all put in a blender together and served in one heaping pile. It's like each actor thought they were in a different type of movie and the director just indulged them.Milla J thought she was in a serious science fiction movie.Bruce Willis thought he was in an action/comedy.Gary Oldman thought he was in a cartoon.Chris Tucker thought he was channeling early coke-fueled Robin Williams at a drag-queen after party.And the viewer thinks he's in hell.
RedZoneTuba: Milla J thought she was in a serious science fiction movie.Bruce Willis thought he was in an action/comedy.Gary Oldman thought he was in a cartoon.Chris Tucker thought he was channeling early coke-fueled Robin Williams at a drag-queen after party.
some_beer_drinker: i love science fiction. but i have never seen this movie. should i?
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