The Fifth Element (Blu-ray) (Widescreen)

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New York cab driver Korben Dallas didn't mean to be a hero. But he just picked up the kind of fare that only comes along every five thousand years a perfect beauty, a perfect being, a perfect weapon. Now, together, they must save the world. Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich, and Gary Oldman star in acclaimed director Luc Besson's outrageous sci-fi adventure, an extravagantly styled tale of good against evil set in an unbelievable twenty-third century world.

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Starring: Bruce Willis, Chris Tucker, Gary Oldman, Ian Holm, Luke Perry, Milla Jovovich
Director: Luc Besson
Studio Name: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Blu-ray Release Date: 05/07/2013
Rating: PG-13
Format: Blu-ray
Screen Format: Widescreen
Run Time (in minutes): 126 minutes
Language: English
Audio Tracks: AC, Dolby Digital 5.1
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.21
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 6.8 x 6.8 x 6.8
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Customer Reviews | 18 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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12/10/2011

Customer review by danielthechskid

5.0 stars by danielthechskid

To show you how much I love this movie, it was once playing on local OTA TV and it was a cold 30ish degrees F day and I sat outside on the ground with my TV, rabbit ears, and a blanket to watch it. It wouldn't come in inside as the house had metal siding that blocked the signal and we didn't have an outdoor antenna. That said, I have the Superbit DVD also and the quality of the Blu-ray is even better than it, it cost much less than the Superbit, and it has the extras on the disc. This is one of those titles you put on to either show off your home theater or to try to convince the Blu-ray doubters just how much better than DVD it is, what with 6x the pixel count and 6x the bitrate for most titles. It is that amazing. My TV (Vizio M260MV), most speakers (from a Panasonic SC-HT650 HTiB) and Blu-ray player (Samsung BD-C6800) are all from Wal-Mart, my AVR (Onkyo TX-SR608) and powered sub (Polk PSW10) are from another online retailer, but that is only because Wal-Mart doesn't sell them.

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danielthechskid
Centerville, Iowa
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Age:25 - 34
Usage:A few times per month
Get it!
9/11/2009

Customer review by robbie1

5.0 stars by robbie1

Walmart has the best price on the blu-ray edition of the 'Fifth Element." Along with a quick to the house delivery, and a great movie there's no way not to be happy!

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robbie1
Midland, Texas
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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Age:35 - 44
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met all my expectations when i saw this movie!
3/18/2012

Customer review by proudparents2213

5.0 stars by proudparents2213

I love the fact that its supposed to be based on the future, and all of the mysteries that may come with it.. The actors/actresses did a fantastic job on this movie, way to commit!!! Bruce Willis you never fail to satisfy in your movies!!!!! When i lost my first copy of this movie i went nuts lol so i had to buy this one, i searched forever..

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Hobbs, NM
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Ownership:11 - 12 months
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Age:14 - 18
Usage:A few times per month
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Does anyone know the name of the blue woman on the cover? She sings the opera part. Her voice is incredible.
by ReecePB 11/7/2009
  • Maïwenn is the actress...But, she did not sing! When Eric Serra showed Soprano Inva Mula (who dubs the voice of the Diva), the sheet music for the Diva Dance, she reportedly smiled and relayed to him that some of the notes written were not humanly possible to achieve because the human voice cannot change notes that fast. Hence, she performed the notes in isolation - one by one, as opposed to consecutively singing them all together and they digitized the notes to fit the music. There are a few moments when you can hear the differences in the vocal tones of The Diva's voice. IMDB Trivia page
    by ibdjoker3/22/2013
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  • The character is Diva Plavalaguna but the actress name is Maïwenn Le Besco, i'm not shure if she really sings in the movie
    by Rao717/19/2012
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  • Maïwenn Le Besco She is the daughter of actress Catherine Belkhodja and a Breton father (hence her Breton last name and the Breton surnames of their children), who ushered her into the entertainment industry at a young age (an experience later chronicled by Le Besco in her one-woman shows "Le Pois Chiche" and "I'm an Actress"). Originally a club performer and standup comedian, Le Besco entered the movie business after several filmmakers saw her comedy routine in Paris and offered her a chance to be a part of their upcoming project, the horror film Haute Tension (English title: High Tension), in which she starred opposite Cécile de France. Perhaps Maïwenn's most prominent film role was her appearance (albeit in heavy makeup and prosthetics) as the alien diva Plavalaguna in Luc Besson's The Fifth Element (coproduction French and UK, 1997). Maïwenn had a daughter, Shana, in 1993 with director Luc Besson. They were still engaged at the beginning of filming for The Fifth Element, during which Besson left her for Milla Jovovich. Maïwenn later had a son, Diego, with her second husband, Jean-Yves Le Fur.
    by tiltawhirl3/18/2012
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