Saturday, May 19, 2007

PPP : Favourite movie of all time

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The other day, during my team building session with EUS team, my big boss from London, Darren asked each of us what's our favourite movie of all time.

I can say that each of us has different favourite movies but there're a few that all of us agreed that it is a good movie and worth watching it. Among the movies that mentioned & agreed by all of us are Butterfly Effect, Bicentenial Man & Fifth Element. I love all the 3 movies mentioned and I have all three of it *LOL*

As for my favourite movies (beside the above list), I love A Little Princess, Constantine, My Best Friend's Wedding, Meet Joe Black, Mr. Beans On Holiday, Devil Wears Prada & Princess Diary.

So, which one is the best among all? Definately Fifth Element (^-^) for me & my hubby also love that movie.

A little bit about the movie:
The Fifth Element was screened in 1997. It is a sci-fi, action, comedy & love movie that was written and directed by Luc Besson, starring Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich ( with bright orange hair ), Chris Tucker, Gary Oldman & Ian Holm. The costume design was created by French fashion designer
Jean-Paul Gaultier, who produced 954 costumes for use in the film (I love the McDonald costume & Milla's costume).

The movie's central plot involves the survival of humanity, which becomes the duty of a taxi driver named Korben Dallas (Willis) when an extraterrestrial beautiful young woman that clad in almost bare clothing named Leeloo (Jovovich) falls into his taxicab. She is the Fifth Element ( regenerated in a laboratory on Earth from just a small fraction of a hand of the Perfect Being), whose appearance was prophesied by the Father Vito Cornelius (Holm) to the US president.

Korben's mission is to gather the other four elements (Earth, Fire, Water & Wind) from Diva Plavalaguna at Fhloston Paradise before a black planet that represents pure evil (appears every 5000 years) collides with Earth. The mission was made hard thanks to Jean-Baptiste Emmanuel Zord (Oldman) obsesion in thwarting Korben's effort by sending the Mangalors warrior aliens (quite stupid for warrior) after him.

To know more about this movie, you can
rent the movies and watched it with your favourite snacks together with your loved one or when you feel like lazing at home on weekend. I can guarantee it's a nice movie to watch & also for collection.