“Element,” which opened the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday, is one of the immense ridiculous motion pictures – a film so over the top I wasn’t astounded to find it was composed by a high school kid. That kid grew up to wind up Luc Besson, executive of good littler motion pictures and unusual enormous ones, and here he’s burned through $90 million to make locates so astounding they truly should be seen.
Saying this doesn’t imply that this is a decent motion picture, precisely. It’s to a greater extent a disorder that incorporates enormity. Like “City” (1926) or “Cutting edge Runner,” it offers such phenomenal dreams that you put your reactions on hold and are basically thankful to see them. In the event that Besson had possessed the capacity to interface those sights with a more trained story and more merciless altering, he may have truly had something.