"I like these calm little moments before the storm. It reminds me of Beethoven."
In 1994, Luc Besson made a movie about an immigrant hitman, who stubbles into a diluted father-figure role for 12-year old Mathilda (Natalie Portman). Overall, this movie is way ahead of it's time. The child apprentice role is both epic and disturbing. Besson indulges his plot without regret and created a movie that could never release in America today. The performances from the whole cast are phenomenal. Jean Reno and Gary Oldman are both some of my favorites of all-time thanks to a script that creates this immersive movie experience.