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The Fifth Element- A review
metabad at 4:53PM, Sept. 23, 2010
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Yeah, the movie didn't do much for me either, the beginning egyptian set was so obviously fake…not only was it really small and cramped but it was so brightly lit too, I could totally tell that they were just walking around on a stage.

Greivous' fat cousins in the beginning of the movie looked more evil than the toad-like aliens that we got later on, I could hardly believe that they were supposed to be prophesized to bring about the end of the world or whatever their plans were.

The movie did have its moments though, I did like the opera fight scene near the end, not to mention the concept of the main hero never meeting up with the main villain was pretty creative, or at least I thought it was.

Gary Oldman's costume looked kind of dumb though. Not as dumb as Chris Tucker's character's costume though…ugh…don't even remind me of his character…he was more annoying than Jar Jar and the twins from RoTF put together.
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Cthonic Cultist at 7:52AM, Sept. 24, 2010
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Harkovast has stated outright several times that he lives in England.
Boring and talentless I am.. At least I am occasionally insightful, maybe?
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harkovast at 9:22AM, Sept. 24, 2010
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Cthonic I do indeed…though I dont know what that has to do with the fifth element.
Was the mvoie so bad it is making you want to change the subject?

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Cthonic Cultist at 5:30AM, Sept. 27, 2010
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harkovast
Cthonic I do indeed…though I dont know what that has to do with the fifth element.
Was the mvoie so bad it is making you want to change the subject?

Someone asked where you were from, I was answering.

I didn't think it was that bad, but I make an effort to seek out the worst that cinema has to offer. Clones of Bruce Lee? Captain America (starring Reb Brown, no less)? PUMAMAN? Those are all so much worse than the 5th Element it has kinda distorted my perspective. I no longer see most movies as bad, just that they aren't good. To be BAD, it needs to be really, REALLY bad, and it just doesn't qualify.
Boring and talentless I am.. At least I am occasionally insightful, maybe?
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harkovast at 7:09AM, Sept. 27, 2010
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The movies I am having a go at here are not jsut ones that are bad.
They are ones that were disapointing or offensive in some way.
No one expected clones of bruce lee to be anything but exploitation kung fu nonsense.
Theese are mvoeis that really really should have known better.

I need to work out a list of all the ones left that I need to attack.

A few that spring to mind include-
The Postman
Cutthroat Island
Pirates of the Carribean: At Worlds End
The Avengers.

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