Leon The Professional
how many times has the title of this movie changed?
>>By jindy (Thursday, 30 Jan 2003 14:15)
it was changed from leon to the professional when part of the original movie was cut out because of the violence that america couldn't handle.
>>By daggerhawk (Friday, 31 Jan 2003 04:06)
if any got the original poster of leon i will pay googd money
>>By gary (Sunday, 9 Feb 2003 22:04)
It's about a man, who was in love a very very long time ago. His girlfriend was killed and he killed the the killer of his girlfriend. Since that time, he never slept in a bed again, but sitting on a chair. He works as a killer and his only friend is a flower. One day, a beautiful young girl came into his life and he started to remember the good side of life again. A couple of the days later, he got shot down and died.
>>By someone (Wednesday, 12 Mar 2003 22:02)
Leon depicted a life extension of the legendary himman, created by John Woo in his direcotrial master piece: The Killer.
>>By Metal God (Tuesday, 22 Apr 2003 21:28)
is leon french or Italian?
>>By saddo (Wednesday, 23 Apr 2003 16:26)
He is French. he was just taken under the wing of the italian mafia when he moved to america
>>By des (Wednesday, 23 Apr 2003 16:29)
If you've seen the full version he is actually Italian and came NY 'cause he killed the father of his loved one .This man wouldn't accept this relation so he killed him with a snip rifle , he was a beginner a this time .
>>By Moomba (Sunday, 27 Apr 2003 17:57)
have you guys even seen the movie? quit embarrassing yourselves by expressing your ignorance so freely.
>>By smarter than you (Thursday, 1 May 2003 07:10)
Leon is wanna the best movies i ever saw
>>By Trip (Thursday, 1 May 2003 18:18)
Do they speek french in the movie?
>>By Party Boo (Friday, 2 May 2003 22:19)
is 'The Killer', by John Woo any good cos Leon is brilliant!! and what sort of extra stuff does the uncut version have i.e. is it worth buying after seeing the cut version.
>>By Punter (Sunday, 11 May 2003 16:12)
i'm just curious cause the plot of the movie seems alot like another movie that i saw a small part of which is about a lady that was trained to be an assasin or a killer or something like that.. and then something happened and she forgot about it all and then she started to remember everything. does the movie leon have a sequal?
>>By vadim45 (Monday, 7 Jul 2003 07:23)
the movie your thinkin of is the long kiss good night and it has nuthin to do with the movie leon....
>>By da man (Monday, 28 Jul 2003 05:22)
I've seen this film 124 times... Really !!!! I'm not pulling ur leg :):)I'm crazy about it...If u r also please write 2 me...
>>By CuteSoul (Tuesday, 20 Jan 2004 03:36)
i saw it ONCE and thought man this is crazy, thumbs up, u know what i'm sayin. this is sooo good i was in shock after seeing, its like soo amazing, i cant type properly now, its soo good
>>By Nickname?huh_babies (Tuesday, 2 Mar 2004 03:11)
that movie is one of the best movies ever! i adore it. it is such a human movie! i hope it doesn't sound brutal because of all the killings...but it is. it's a human movie, and it's..it's really touching!
the actors did a wonderful job,as well as the director!
>>By Eli_Molko (Wednesday, 22 Sep 2004 02:30)
I saw "The Professional" on TV. So I went out and rented it. Then I bought it. Now I'm looking for Leon. Does anyone know of a good place to get it? Also, I searched for it, and it said that it was also known as "The Cleaner." Is this just a nickname, or is there another version out there?
>>By Beowulf (Wednesday, 22 Sep 2004 21:14)
I just bought Leon at Best Buy yesterday...so, thanks (or no thanks) for your input.
>>By Beowulf (Thursday, 23 Sep 2004 20:15)
To those going on about this being an extension of Chow-Yun Fat's character in John Woo's The Killer, you might want to check out a little film called Le Samourai, directed by Jean-Pierre Melville in the late 60s/maybe early 70s. This film, as well as Jean-Pierre Melville's other films (most prominently Le Cercle Rouge), is where John Woo got alot of his ideas not just for The Killer but also for the A Better Tomorrow films, Once A Thief, Hard-Boiled, etc etc. John Woo's nearly homoerotic male relationships are a direct extension of the sort of masculinity and brotherhood Jean-Pierre Melville's criminals and cops shared.
>>By Spiff (Friday, 24 Sep 2004 08:50)
Gary Oldman is brilliant and frightening. Natalie Portman gives the best performance of her life (even up to now). It's an action film with real heart and a gripping story. In my opinion it's the best film ever made.
>>By Slurm (Monday, 5 Mar 2007 21:08)
I had the feeling it is a little bit like Ghostdog. But I didn't see Leon for such a long time I don't remember it was that good...
>>By datiswous (Tuesday, 1 May 2007 21:34)
They removed stuff like (spoilers!) Matilda trying to commit suicide, Leon going on a killing spree with Matilda, Matilda telling Leon she loves him.
>>By LeonFan (Saturday, 2 Aug 2008 08:53)
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