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The Fifth Element Headed Back To Cinemas

If you’re sick of Bruce Willis appearing in VODmit in recent times, maybe you’ll be interested in planning a night out around some old fashioned Bruno stuff.  His 20 year old The Fifth Element is getting another limited run.

Presented by Fathom Events and Sony Pictures, the screening will also offer an exclusive preview of Besson’s new space opera Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets which opens in July.  The movie has also been remastered in 4K and is available now on demand in that format.

The re-release screenings are set for Sunday, May 14th and Wednesday, May 17th at 2pm and 7pm local time. Tickets can be bought at Fathom Events.

Incidentally, unless I’m mistaken, I believe around this time was when Willis first started openly denouncing action flicks.

  • jim

    A shit movie.

    • Frenchie Pred the Imdb Legend

      A fucking garbage.

    • Max Borg

      More like Besson’s last decent film…

  • Mucho Macho

    I liked it.
    I miss crazy Gary Oldman from the 80s & 90s. I’m still a super fan of the guy however I wish he’ll go back to playing some more crazies.
    https://youtu.be/1Pb1Voc85ac

    • Der

      Love it Bruno still cool as fuck back then no I don’t care what anyone says I love smoke dog and anytime Gary oldman gets to go full Leon is great to see plus debo is the president you got knocked the fuck out

      • Mucho Macho

        Lol
        I actually have this one on Blu-ray.
        Dont get me started on Oldman in “The Professional: Leon”
        EEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeVVVVVVeeeeEEEERRRrrrrrYYYYYYyyyy. OOnneee

  • CARTMANEZ

    yeh think it was around this time Willis saying he was done with action films and it put the brakes on Die Hard 4 (which was to be some computer hacker thing titled Die Hard 4.0 – which they mustve adapted into the Die Soft 4.0 we got 10 years on)

  • ColonelBobi

    It may be 1000x better than his recent shit but it’s no classic. Oldman was the best thing in this movie by far.

  • This is something I wish Hollywood would do more often. Instead remaking a movie like RoboCop or Total Recall, just re-release the original in cinemas. Instead of churning out another sequel, just re-release the original movies. Maybe re-release the original Terminator one weekend, and then release T2 the next weekend. Why not? I’d love the opportunity to catch some of these movies on the big screen again.