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Film Review: "The Fifth Element"

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The story starts in Egypt, 1914. Which is about the time of World War 1, anyway there's a professor on an archaeological find in a pyramid containing the secret kept out of mankind's hands: this secret contains the greatest weapon of all, the weapon against evil. But unfortunately the professor is not supposed to find out...The futuristic style comes in when there is an asteroid that is huge and deadly. A group of men set out in a spaceship to destroy it sending out missiles hoping to. But all it does is make it stronger. They should have listened to the priest, and no this isn't the same priest the year is now 2414, 500 years later from the last incident.This film is all about Good vs. ...view middle of the document...

The pollution discovered that pulls us back into the 21st century.This era in the movie is very scientifically challenged, they have flying cars, they have machines that can probably do everything you needed to do around the home, you now can adopt robots and bring them up as your own (they look exactly like humans), and they can now reproduce a human being from just some living cells, they also use a lot of scientific jargon in the scene where they are actually reconstructing a human body. And what do ya know the world is over populated with 200 billion people and its leader one dominant man that doesn't like anything to happen to 'his' people the president of the United Sates. There are also senators and emperors but this is the main guy. He was the one that decided to listen to the priest the world is in his hands.The film is very cliché in ways like how there are flying cars in the future as did the "Back to the Future" trilogy and "Blade Runner". Another example is how this world is acquainted with aliens and extra terrestrial beings as did a lot of sci-fi movies like...

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