Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by WorldofWarcraft, Feb 24, 2016.
Just saw the whole movie for the first time. It's much better than I had thought it was going to be.
seen that film 20 times hbo has it on all the time . portman looked good even bald
god damn, que bonito es lo bonito
Alan Moore hated it.
Alan Moore hates everything.
I love this movie. Was released at the perfect time, but still holds up.
Awesome movie. I have the graphic novel but haven't gotten around to reading it yet.
I like the Latin phrase that appears on the mirror in the movie:
Vi veri universum vivus vici.
I didn't know V for Vendetta was an Alan Moore graphic novel first. Apparently, there are a lot of differences between the movie and the graphic novel. V was more of a dick in the graphic novel. This video does a cool job outlines the differences:
This is true.
I saw the movie first and loved it. Read the graphic novel a couple years later and enjoyed it, but not as much as the movie. I think the movie was more relatable to me. I suppose I get Moore's complaint, but they mostly just repackaged his story for a younger audience.
I remember liking it when it came out. I've only seen it once. I'll have to re-watch it one of these days.
Fell asleep during the movie. Never tried again, but I might.
I watched that difference video, and I would be upset too, if I were Moore. There were significant changes to everything, and I can see how his original point is lost in translation
one of my fav. movies.
I really enjoyed it...great writing and dialogue...
Love the movie, never read the novel.
My favorite movie of 2006.
Very underrated film.
Also proved Portman is a pantheon hottie -- pulled off the bald look effortlessly.
i remember really liking it when i first saw it, and watched it a few times over
but went back and rewatched it in december or january maybe
and now i just . . . meh, not my thing anymore, feels silly to me now
guess i grew out of it
will say though, natalie portman is a super cutie
very adorable tbh
I can never flip past it, always have to at least watch 5-10 minutes when I see it on. Great movie. I'll never know how Hugo Weaving did the monologue with every V word in the dictionary.
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