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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.
One of my all time favorite movies. Arrived earlier than I anticipated. No defects, brand new.Published 4 hours ago by scottie
had to return it, it wouldn't play the movie. I LOVE this movie and will get the blue-ray version instead.Published 5 hours ago by Ron chadbourne
I really liked the graphic novel. So watching this movie, I enjoyed it but it just seemed... off. It seemed to miss the mark of what the graphic novel meant. Read morePublished 1 day ago by The Cool Guy
Great story, great quotes. Was assigned for me to watch and I can honestly say this is in my new top ten favorite moviesPublished 1 day ago by Zackkk215
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|V is for Vomit: The Vile and Vicious Vitriol of Anti-Terror War Villians||
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"Thank you, but I'd rather die behind the chemical sheds."
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