Léon: The Professional
Crime • R • 1994 • 1 hr 51 min
Great movie great acting all around. Good action good storytelling and enough to keep you interested. Gary Oldman is fantastic In this flick
Unforgettable Portman child and surrogate father/hit man’s relationship drama (yep) that crosses paths with an unhinged pill popping Oldman
Very interesting character dynamic between Leon & the child. This film is a classic.
One of my favorite films but a bit hard to watch now that you know the director is a creep.
.. very good acting, but not enough to make an amazing movie.
I really like the action it was pretty good movie
Great film about a hitman who takes care of girl after her family is killed. Great performances by all the cast and well written.
Excellent film that keeps you entertained. A bit bloodthirsty but sweet at the same time! Features Natalie Portman, Jean Reno & Gary Oldman.
A phenomenal action film with a beating heart at its centre, the relationship between Léon and Mathilda is heartbreakingly tragic
Absolutely loved it but the end almost killed me. Shoutout to all the men who don’t take advantage of the affections of young girls.
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