Two versions of what the film means could hardly be more at odds. Yet Scorsese hasn’t chosen to indicate which is the right one. Nor has DiCaprio. Perhaps the latter isn’t sure himself. He found his role traumatising, and told an interviewer: ‘I remember saying to Marty, ‘I have no idea where I am or what I’m doing.” Martin Scorsese said this film will make double the income because people will have to see it a second time to understand what happened the first time.
School of Rock (2003)
God of Rock, thank you for this chance to kick ass. We are your humble servants. Please give us the power to blow people’s minds with our high voltage rock. In your name we pray, Amen.
Do you have a shorter name?
Every time I watch the movie (which is probably way too much), I swoon a bit when Bruce Willis says, “LeeLoo” like it’s the most beautiful name he’s ever heard.
#corbin spends the entire movie looking at leeloo as if she’s made of magical rainbows and unicorn farts#smitten doesn’t even cover it#he’s so smote he’s basically just a burnt-out crater in the shape of a man#the movie wouldn’t have worked any other way#love it
Not only that, in this movie Leeloo, the female heroine, doesn’t even know what love is and spends most of the movie focused on her mission. Love sneaks up on her and it ends up providing her with character growth and making her stronger, but most of the movie Leeloo is completely focused on something else and everyone else in the movie is there to help her.