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scooty
22-08-05, 22:48
Wow, What a great Movie! I think Milla Jovovich was made for that role! My favourite scene was the Diva dance. What are your favourite parts of the movie? Or as Lee Loo would put it Plase help!

DREWY
22-08-05, 23:37
Was that the movie with Bruce Willis driving a flying taxi? I seem to remember it, but was a while ago that I saw it.

Spitfire
23-08-05, 00:17
well u need to see again!
I love the thing with the
"send someone in to negotiate"
"We are sending someone in!"
Bruce walks in with gun BAM kills leader"
Guy on ear phone"Where did he learn to negotiate like that"
president on ear phone "I wonder..."

HAHAH
ok if u havent seen u WONT get!

Neteru
23-08-05, 01:23
I have this film on DVD. It has a great cast with Milla Jovovich, Ian Holm & Gary Oldman (shame about Bruce Willis though). Did you know that General Staedert (John Neville) was Baron Munchausen in the Terry Gilliam film 'The Adventures of Baron Munchausen'? And for UK residents old enough to remember, Major Iceborg was played by Julie T Wallace of 'The Life and Loves of a She-Devil' fame.

croft28
23-08-05, 02:37
Love 5th Element1

One of my favs, Milla is great in the role!

Tomb Raider Master
23-08-05, 06:34
It's a great movie. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/thumb.gif I watched it a long time ago.

amlai
23-08-05, 07:38
I love that movie!!!!! especially the scene when (i think it's after the opera) the shootings starts, when brus willis tell Chris Tucker to start to count and Tucker start to screaming, it's very funy (wouw.... to many "starts"... sorry).
I hate when they (the cable) put the movie in spanish, i never get it in the original lenguaje.

[ 23. August 2005, 08:39: Message edited by: amlai ]

Greenkey2
23-08-05, 09:25
I'm glad I don't suffer from vertigo while watching this movie! This really is a rip-roaringly fun movie - very colourful and loads of action. The diva dance ROCKS!!!! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif As does Ruby's running commentary while the ship's being boarded http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/vlol.gif

"Corben, another one comin'! Oh **** three of them! Corben, I, I gotta headache Corben. ARGH! Think he's gonna be OK?!" http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/vlol.gif

spence
23-08-05, 09:44
Great movie. Gary Oldman (Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg) steals the show.

Kay
23-08-05, 12:32
Yeah that's a great film :D . Milla is brilliant.

It's odd that Gary Oldman is a big successful movie actor, working with Bruce Willis and also had a part in Friends. But his sister plays Mo in Eastenders hmmm.

Draco
23-08-05, 16:55
Yeah, superb movie. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

TRChik
23-08-05, 17:29
fabulous movie :D i heart milla jovovich

ben croft
23-08-05, 17:42
I love this film. And Milla is great http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

Apofiss
23-08-05, 18:17
5th element > one of my all time favourite movies (and of course I own it on DVD!). Actors (actor-play), story, music, performance, every scene > I love this movie! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/thumb.gif

fishlikelong
23-08-05, 18:33
i just LOVE that movie. My favorite of all in that movie is every part of Floston Paradice, mainly when Chris Tucker does that really long scream when the bomb exploads in the main hall. Such a great scream lol.

laracroft8290
24-08-05, 03:37
The Fifth Element rocks!! A few months back they released an "Ultimate Edition" 2 DVD set. The first DVD is nothing but the movie reproduced by Superbit. Superbit enhances both the audio and the video making it freakin' awesome. The second dvd is bunches of featurettes with interviews, clips on the outfits, and how they did certain sequences.

Does anyone remember the scene where the plane is getting ready for departure from the airport? That collection of scenes and the way it was cut to fit with the music is really neat.

[ 24. August 2005, 04:40: Message edited by: laracroft8290 ]

Thorir
24-08-05, 09:14
Love it! I have a gorgeous double disc release. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

Milla is great! And I love the costumes designed by Gaultier!

Croft Raider
25-08-05, 00:41
I loved that movie! I loved all the actors in it. It's definitely apart of my movie collection.

Lara Croft Snape Raider
26-08-05, 16:39
Jeez....Ive been drooling over this movie since it first came out..and my mom still doesnt get it..


The diva dance is great...

But the part that stick in my head the most from some reason is "Azziz, Light! Ah, thats better." :Enter big huge aliens and whatnot:

Bunnygurl
26-08-05, 16:43
Fab moovie, it's been a looooong time since i've seen it....or heard of it for that matter.

Catapharact
27-08-05, 20:40
Sorry but that movie was a real poor attempt at anything good. The plot looked like as if it was stiched togather by Spiders rather than script writers. Most of the movie had it;s emphisis on things that would just exicte all those lonley little Sci-Fi geeks LOL! (Just a general impression ;) )

I actually like to see some movies like Beyond Borders again http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif . That movie really touched me...

Lara Croft Snape Raider
28-08-05, 03:39
*sticks her tongue out at cat and runs off."

Neteru
28-08-05, 15:09
Originally posted by Catapharact:
... all those lonley little Sci-Fi geeks ... http://neteru.tombraiderforums.com/images/raisebrow.gif

Apofiss
28-08-05, 15:54
Originally posted by Catapharact:
Sorry but that movie was a real poor attempt at anything good. The plot looked like as if it was stiched togather by Spiders rather than script writers. Most of the movie had it;s emphisis on things that would just exicte all those lonley little Sci-Fi geeks LOL! Actually it could seemed poor (effects and etc), BUT it all was DONE with purpose TO create VERY original and fantastic world of "Fifht Element". Personally I think it wouldn't be possible without collaboration of french people (team) - they made it unique (music, actors, scenes, backgrounds and everything else! I enjoyed every frame of this movie > it's simply matchless. That is, there are no need for uber-cool CGI effects to make a masterpiece. < my opinion http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

Catapharact
28-08-05, 22:45
Oh man... Hey sorry Nerutu *Heads his head in shame.* But hey, you are the Trekki type, then my reponse stays http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif LOL!

Well, overall, I am blatetly disappointed with movies these days. Most of the plots are such a poor attempt, it makes you wanna go persoanlly to the scriptwirter, get him fired, and put an eight year old incharge instead of him because he can do the same job LOL!

One personal Sci-Fi favorite was GATTACA http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif . Not THAT was a movie with some depth :D .

To melonie:

Don't run away dear ;) . I don't bite.... Much LOL!

[ 28. August 2005, 23:49: Message edited by: Catapharact ]

Neteru
28-08-05, 23:04
Originally posted by Catapharact:
But hey, you are the Trekki type, then my reponse staysBeing a Sci-Fi fan, and in particular of the Star Trek franchise, I hardly consider myself a "lonely little Sci-Fi geek" or a "Trekkie type" (which presumably would be a 'lonely little Sci-Fi geek') And if I were such a thing, I wouldn't want to be denigrated for it.

I'm sure you don't intend to be offensive Catapharact, but stereotypes are such a repulsive thing.

laracroft8290
30-08-05, 22:50
Originally posted by Catapharact:
Oh man... Hey sorry Nerutu *Heads his head in shame.* But hey, you are the Trekki type, then my reponse stays http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif LOL!

Well, overall, I am blatetly disappointed with movies these days. Most of the plots are such a poor attempt, it makes you wanna go persoanlly to the scriptwirter, get him fired, and put an eight year old incharge instead of him because he can do the same job LOL!

One personal Sci-Fi favorite was GATTACA http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif . Not THAT was a movie with some depth :D .

To melonie:

Don't run away dear ;) . I don't bite.... Much LOL! BTW Luc Besson was the one who created the entire 5th Element world from scratch. He had been working on the story, the characters and the dynamics of the 5th element "era" since he was a teenager I believe.

Catapharact
31-08-05, 20:22
Again, apologies Neretu. I didn't mean it as an offensive statement as you have stated http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif .

Luc Besson?! As in the one behind the movie Transporter and Ong Bak?! Hmmm... Wonder where did he go wrong with this one? LOL! (Again, just my opinion ;) ) I did enjoy the Transporter http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif .