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Desc:My favorite scene from any movie ever
Category:Classic Movies, Science & Technology
Tags:the fifth element, diva, crayola in space
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mashedtater - 2010-05-02
this movie is like the modernistic rocky horror and no matter how campy it is, i love it.
Chizmurder - 2010-05-02
You know why I love this movie? Because it doesn't try to sell you a future. It just puts you in it. That's why the original Star Wars worked and Blade Runner. They didn't have to spell out every little detail. This is one of those "whenever it's on... I'm watching it" movies.
APE_GOD - 2010-05-02
From any movie, ever, huh?
SolRo - 2010-05-02

baleen - 2010-05-02

some people don't watch a lot of movies.
but this is definitely the best scene from an otherwise forgettable movie.

APE_GOD - 2010-05-03
You're right. The chestbuster scene in Alien is pretty over-rated.

The Mothership - 2010-05-03
chestburster. chest 'burster' is the technical term.

MurgatroidMendelbaum - 2013-01-11
I think Mothership means "Xenomorph".

mouser - 2010-05-02
Dont want to fuck up anyone's party but that scene is the clumsiest of the movie.

Doesn't make the movie bad. Own it on DVD and regularly watch it for my dose of toiler paper lingerie.
IrishWhiskey - 2010-05-02
The miracle of this movie is that Chris Tucker plays a more over-the-top version of his usual character, and yet its NOT insanely annoying. Just sanely so.

WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2010-05-02
I was gonna say, any movie that manages to make Chris Tucker not-annoying deserves some stars.

SolRo - 2010-05-02
The charecter is supposed to be shrill and annoying, so Tucker was perfect for the role.

dueserpenti - 2010-05-02
This movie sucks and you're all a bunch of nerds.
Riskbreaker - 2010-05-02
This movie has it's moments, just some moments.
memedumpster - 2010-05-02
This movie is fun, dirty, and knows you're going to watch it again.
erratic - 2010-05-02
this really hasn't aged well.
nemeses9 - 2010-05-02
I don't think any movie from the late 90s has, really.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-05-02
This is the kind of movie you'd like a lot more if its fans just shut the fuck up about how much they love it.

Like Bladerunner.
Sundry - 2010-05-03
Said the anime fan.

Urburos - 2010-05-03
Ouch, it burns.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-05-03

glasseye - 2010-05-03
Well, it's true.

glasseye - 2010-05-03
Except with anime most of the fans are smelly troglodytes or irritating teenagers. Or both.

sosage - 2010-05-03
It's the most cringe inducing scene in the movie, which is why it gets five.

sosage - 2010-05-03
Didn't mean that as a witty reply about anime.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-05-03
You are implying that the opposite is true for fans of this movie.

Or Bladerunner.

glasseye - 2010-05-04
Anime fans are scarcely above furries.

You know it to be true.

StanleyPain - 2010-05-03
5 for Fifth Element
SixDigitDebt - 2010-05-03
This is my star. There are many like it but this one is mine.
socialist_hentai - 2010-05-03
fluffy - 2010-05-03
This bit seemed cheesy even when I first saw it but these stars are for the rest of the movie.
Chibisuke - 2010-05-03
I wasn't too impressed with this scene when I first saw it because I assumed that it was all done with samples and pitch adjustment.

I recently found out though that that is actually a real singer singing in her real voice. (I'm not sure however if the person on stage is actually doing the singing.)
Rape Van Winkle - 2010-05-03
I thought it was crap in the middle nineties, and I still think it is crap today.

I also suddenly have less of a problem with modern CGI.
Busby Berkeley - 2010-05-03

kingarthur - 2010-05-03
5 for The Fifth Element.
chumbucket - 2010-05-03
this movie
Hooker - 2010-05-03
I do not understand what people like about this movie. I've tried and I just don't get it.
fatatty - 2010-05-03
It's just a fun action movie set in a beautifully rendered sci fi setting. I don't think most people who like it consider it high art or Oscar worthy. It just has Bruce Willis a scantly clad hot chick and flying car chases. That's all most people need.

WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2010-05-03
Exactly. It's the most predictable plot on earth elevated by some inspired performances and an awesome setting.

Louis Armstrong - 2010-05-03
Ah, your forgetting the "swiss army knife gun".
Plus the music is enjoyable.

But over all, thermal bandages.

Robin Kestrel - 2010-05-03
This is the perfect fun little movie.
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