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If you like a story that makes you think and draws parallels to the way things are in this day and age, this is a movie you will love.
Rarely do you find an action movie that combines good acting, a well developed plot and characters, excellent effects, and a thought provoking message.
The idea of a totalitarian government controlling every aspect of people's lives really makes one think of what it really means to be free.
Drama and political commentary all wrapped up into one nice fictional package. This movie is one of Natalie Portman's better performances and Hugo Weaving shows off his classical... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Darin C.
Arrived quickly and works great! Awesome movie for a great price.Published 5 days ago by April Boelter
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I remember reading somewhere that the maximum length of a review should be no longer than 1000 words. I've written 41 so far and had all of them published; I made sure that none of them broke the 1000 word mark... hope this helps.
Aug 5, 2006 by Paul Fogarty | See all 7 posts
I've found that a major problem with the modern Christian vs Atheist argument is that both sides end up presenting the other in the worst form that has been empirically observed and arguing against that formulation. When the worst form is presented and then attributed to all, most, or even a... Read More
May 28, 2007 by Jack Thompson | See all 39 posts
|V is for Vomit: The Vile and Vicious Vitriol of Anti-Terror War Villians||
Would you call the French Resistance during WWII a group of terrorists? Technically, if you're going to define them purely by their actions and ignore their ideology, they would be. That's about as deep as your analysis goes. The government depicted in V can be a metaphor for where we _might_... Read More
Aug 28, 2006 by Traveler | See all 69 posts
|fave V for Vendetta QUOTE!||
"Thank you, but I'd rather die behind the chemical sheds."
Oct 21, 2011 by Nathalie | See all 4 posts
|Censoring of Bad Reviews||
As is clearly mentioned when one goes to write a review, it could take up to 24 hours to be posted. Therefore, to expect your review to appear "almost immediately" is ridicuous. Further, watch your review for inappropriate content. Is there any foul language or comments not suitable for... Read More
Aug 4, 2006 by Ian | See all 25 posts
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