One of the earliest popular DVD releases, Luc Besson's fanciful, visually striking 1997 sci-fi epic The Fifth Element has a surprisingly spare presentation: it includes standard and widescreen aspect ratios, as well as Dolby Digital 5.1 and Stereo Audio in English and Spanish -- and that's it. While both the sound and audio preserve the film's intricate, and often witty, details, it's still a slightly disappointing package; filmographies, a making-of featurette, or even a trailer would make the disc more substantial. Though the film's fans would want it in any DVD version, The Fifth Element deserves a more thoughtful presentation than this, and Columbia TriStar obliged by releasing a deluxe edition in early 2005.
One of my favorite movies of Bruce Willis . This is mastered professionally as it displays a very vivid picture. Played on my Sony bdp x800m2 and it displayed very closed to 4k as my player upscaled it to near 4k resolution . All in all its a really great movie , like watching it as a new realease movie because of how clear the cinematics are . If you are in the fence of buying it , go for it and you won’t have any regrets like me.
As the summary says I love this movie. Having it on Blu-ray and the beautiful steel book is awesome. The Blu-ray video quality of the movie is really good, and the build an appearance of the steel book are really good as well. For anyone who loves “The Fifth Element”, I would highly recommend this. It was also a great price. Note: in my pictures, I put the insert behind the plastic cover, it did not come that way (Insert with UPC barcode.
I really love the artwork they did on this cover and not to mention it's Blu Ray. I was torn between the 4k Blu Ray 5th Element DVD but i was on a tight budget and got this. I like the cover but was disappointed there was no artwork handbook inside or anything. I expected a steelbook have goodies. This is still a nice collection however. I grew up watching this film and i knew i had to have it. I am coming back for the 4k soon :D
The Fifth Element has always been on my top 10 list of awesome movies of all time. But every time The Fifth Element has been released on Blu-Ray it has never included a Digital Copy. And now it does included ultraviolet Digital Copy and this version has been remastered in Dolby ATMOS.