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This is the classic Western that challenges all other movies in the genre. Let's start with the music--larger than life, quite enthralling, totally magnificent.
And the cast--the cast!!--wild gunslingers all--taciturn Yul Brynner, elegant Robert Vaughn, laughing James Coburn, steely-eyed Steve McQueen, compassionate Charles Bronson--they were the heroes of cinema.
The plot is so sentimental--poor villagers fighting cruel banditos--and so much a part of our idea of Mexican history. And the messages were there--good triumphs over evil, love conquers all, every person has value. The story and the action keep us glued to our seats.
Truly a timeless and remarkable movie--my favorite Western!
One of the most unique, modern, comedic action-packed science fiction movies to ever be produced! Thank you, Luc Besson, for this wonderful gift of genius!
The characters are out of this galaxy, the plot is madcap and enthralling, the dialogue is brilliant and strange, and the scenes are exquisitely bizarre!
Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich, Chris Tucker and Gary Oldman marvelously portray their roles and OWN this movie!
The attention to detail on all levels is remarkable, and there are so many wonderful scenes, including the crazy flying taxis, the lovely opera singer, the mystical elements, the silly but dangerous monsters, and so much more!
The Fifth Element always transports the viewer to another dimension.
There is no better movie to watch late Halloween night than this gorgeous, creepy and mysterious version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. The monstrous vampire becomes mournful, romantic, and cries tears of blood over his passion for the reincarnated Mina. The battle between good and evil is made more eerily visible through beautiful imagery, haunting music, deadly human actions, and beastly encounters. The settings are sumptuously magnificent and the first rate cast spirit us back to Victorian times so that the movie unfolds in a manner similar to the famous novel. The costumes are works of art, the make-up is over-the-top, and the actors truly relish bringing their roles to life. The triumph of human love, spirituality and dedication to conquering the darkness is a given, but we are thrilled and enthralled to be a part of the blazing and spellbinding battle.
Another October, another year to remember the bizarre brilliance of the Addams Family and the expert actors who made the cartoon characters come to life! This tale of a lost brother, an evil doctor, fighting siblings, and all the goofy, romantic and hysterical schemes that define the Addams family is a movie not to be missed! The actors take on their roles with gusto and elegance, and the "scary" creatures from the cartoons and the television show are expertly brought to life. Kudos to the writers for all the exceptionally clever quips and scenes that will completely satisfy the most ardent fan. The Addams Family will always have my heart at Halloween.
My Favorite Movie of All Time! I saw this movie as a little girl and I will never forget the hauntingly beautiful balalaika music, the crisp, cold, frozen snow landscapes, the ferocious and terrible war, and most of all, the wonderfully sorrowful romantic love affair between Dr. Zhivago and Lara. This movie offers a visual into the mind of the famous Russian writer Boris Pasternak, and makes a frightening historical period (the Russian Revolution) accessible to the general public. All of the actors are splendid, especially Omar Sharif and Julie Christie, and it is hard to imagine that anyone else could ever play the characters in this story. The settings are magnificent! As we travel in time to join the characters and interact with their lives, struggles, joys and losses, we are filled with a myriad of emotions that reflect the complexity of life to be lived. A timeless masterpiece!