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The Fifth Element

The Fifth Element

There is no future without it.

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 : 02 May, 1997
Duration : 2h 6m
Adventure Fantasy Action Thriller Science Fiction
Vote Average : 7.537 Vote Count : 10,081 Popularity : 59.195

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$ 90,000,000


$ 263,920,180


A review by GeekMasher

Written by GeekMasher on 15 Mar, 2013

This movie is one of the best movies of all time! It has a great story lines and graphics of it's time and even to today's standards it is brilliant. The world is well though out and well demonstrated. Zorg is a great bad guy, played by Gary Oldman and Bruce Willis plays his role very well. All in a...

A review by Matt Golden

Written by Matt Golden on 21 Jul, 2013

A simple enough concept: Guy must save a World (in the Future!) from Evil! by protecting a Magical Macguffin, only in this case it’s a Girl! instead of a Thing. There’s really not a lot of story here. Not a lot of character either. Why waste valuable screen time with such paltry concerns when...

A review by Gimly

Written by Gimly on 13 May, 2017

Ever since I first watched The Fifth Element in the late 90s, I've been inspired by Gary Oldman's Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg. _Final rating:★★★½ - I strongly recommend you make the time._...

A review by John Chard

Written by John Chard on 20 Jan, 2019

Negative, I am a meat Popsicle. It's 2259 and the Earth is in mortal danger from pure evil. The only hope Earth has is something called the fifth element, which comes in the form of the newly cloned Leeloo. Along with an ex forces cab driver and a priest called Cornellius, Leeloo must piece it ...

A review by Prodank

Written by Prodank on 17 Sep, 2023

"The Fifth Element" is like a journey down memory lane for me, brimming with nostalgia. I've lost count of how many times I've caught it on TV. The cast was on point, the makeup and costumes were seriously cool, and those futuristic locations were quite intriguing. In the grand scheme of things, ...