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The Fifth Element (1997)

Review

The Fifth Element

The Fifth Element is full of dazzling colors, lights, explosions, outfits, and… hairstyles. Designer John-Paul Gaultier’s involvement with Luc Besson’s creation (the most expensive French production ever) is well-known, as is Milla Jovovich’s role as Leeloo, supposedly the most perfect being (and perhaps also the flakiest). The plot is your basic “cab driver saves the world from a big flying ball of evil using magic rocks” story, with Bruce Willis as the cabbie in question and Gary Oldman as the corporate tycoon who wants the rocks for himself.