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goldenspurholderx2
March 18, 2006, 18:49
It had enough action to keep you going and enough actual intelectual "meat" to keep you interested. If you like government conspiracy theories along with some good action it's a good flick.

Snakeshot
March 18, 2006, 19:00
Cool, work just awarded me some movie passes for going the extra mile.

I haven't paid to see a movie in many years, so I was wondering what to go see.:)

DYNOMIKE
March 18, 2006, 20:11
Ws hoping it was a decent flick..
My Sons are out of school on Spring Break. They have already asked to go to the Movies. This may be a good candidate..


Hi SNAKESHOT... What's new?

Snakeshot
March 18, 2006, 21:56
Originally posted by DYNOMIKE69



Hi SNAKESHOT... What's new?
72 hours available per week and all the love that comes with it.

I'm in the makin' stuff zone for a couple more weeks, not much posting here. Or shooting, a little reloading.

armed1
March 19, 2006, 11:06
I heard the movie glorifies terrorists. Is this true?

cabofdoom
March 19, 2006, 11:20
Originally posted by armed1
I heard the movie glorifies terrorists. Is this true?

One mans terrorist...anothers freedom fighter

Dose it glorify one mans incredibly violent and terroristic fight against an equally violent and oppressive government who's leaders use terror and torture to keep a disarmed populace cowed, the answer is yes, the movie does glorify terrorism.


COD

Fn/form
March 19, 2006, 11:22
Great chill-out flick. Think of it as Equilibrium Lite.

lysander6
March 19, 2006, 16:08
Terrorism is polically motivated violence against noncombatants so governments fit the bill through their modern behavior towards their subjects. V is a terrific testament to the power of one man to make politicians and their trained dogs fill their pants and experience the same fear they induce in a sheep like population.

I think it is hilarious when Fox, CNN and the rest of the government-media complex refer to strikes against soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan as terrorism. To the contrary, they are doing exactly what they should, resisting occupation by a foreign invader. Support our troops - bring them home now. I spent over two decades yomping around the world as a soldier and I have concluded that the only just war is one fought on your own soil. See V and get a taste of true heroism.

the gman
March 19, 2006, 19:10
Just got back from seeing it & all the way thru the movie I was telling my wife about how the UK will end up like that if the current politicians have their way...:mad: :mad: Also pointed out that all the guns & ammo I have might help to arm not just me but many others who might see things in a different light if they lived in similar times.....

BTW, I didn't disturb anyone else, we were the only folks in the theatre..

As for the story line, it kept me engrossed & involved for the entire time. It helped that I got to hear my mother tongue spoken in the way it should be, with nary an American trying to fake an accent anywhere...:wink:

I have to say I got a large lump in my throat towards the end where the people decide to do as 'V' asked.... (not saying anymore so's as not to spoil it for others)

Sadly, I think the UK is on a collision course with either a dictatorship or a revolution with the dictatorship being more likely. And yes, first you have to disarm the population which successive Govt's of ALL colours have made one hell of a start on already, Bastages!!!:devil:

Does it glorify terrorism? Not bloody likely, rather it should be a sharp warning to those in THIS country who think that anything the Fed God & GWB does in order to ensure 'our safety' (:rolleyes: ) is justified.

Go see it, it's worth the price of admission & there are precious few movies I can say that about; think of it as a "Red Dawn" for the 21st Century, albeit with an English twist.:angel: :rofl: :biggrin: :beer:

SmokeEater2
March 19, 2006, 20:00
We saw it this afternoon. I thought it was a pretty good movie.

Thorack
March 19, 2006, 20:56
Read the Graphic Novel, a much more engrossing story. It also features the the Internet or as its called the "Mother" of all computers which controls the internet simular to China. It was good to see the movie made but as always the book was better!

Thorack

Kyrottimus
March 20, 2006, 00:32
Everyone is going to probably hate me, but I thought it sucked...

If anyone imprisons me for several months, tortures me, and screws with my head, I'll kill them at the first chance; not fall in love and do thy bidding.

That and it was WAY over the top. Too much like uber-leftist propaganda to me. I would have rather seen Jason with a machete than a swashbuckling, dagger-tossing, riddling buffoon wearing a masquerade-ballroom mask.

I liked the overall point of the movie that all governments should be kept in check by the people, but it was too melodramatic.

Whatever happened to movies like Red Dawn? DAMNED HOLLYWOOD! You've ruined all of the good movie makers!

Highdraglowspeed
March 20, 2006, 03:34
Originally posted by Kyrottimus


Whatever happened to movies like Red Dawn? DAMNED HOLLYWOOD! You've ruined all of the good movie makers!



Red Dawn, More like High School football with guns, GO WOLVERINES!!!!!

**** that I was on the chess team, and damn proud of it.

goldenspurholderx2
March 20, 2006, 10:02
Kyrottimus, just like everyone else I feel you are entitled to your opinion. Not going to haul you off for not liking it. I just feel that even with it's deficiencies it attempted to wake up the masses to the realization that wheather it be a person or a government absolute power corrupts absolutely. My wife hated it because it goes against her illusions that "the man" will always be there to take care of things, the government failing to do right just doesn't happen in her mind. She resists any form of being prepared if it takes any effort or exertion on her part. Just this morning after repeated reminders to keep her gas tank full because of comming snow storms who do you think was at the gas station filling her car before she went to work in a blizzard. This after I had to run gas to her in a blizzard because 1/4 tank wasn't enough to get her home in the slow traffic.

It is people like my wife this movie is more geared tward in my opinion. People who need to be spoon fed the concepts that things may not always go right. You and her hated it for different reasons. You because you are already on board with the government should be kept in check by the people and it insulted your intelligence a little. My wife because if things go wrong she'll be reloading my mags wondering what the hell is going on.

Kyrottimus
March 20, 2006, 10:26
You and her hated it for different reasons. You because you are already on board with the government should be kept in check by the people and it insulted your intelligence a little. My wife because if things go wrong she'll be reloading my mags wondering what the hell is going on.

Amen brother. Well it sort of insulted my intelligence, but it also just seemed kind of rediculous at parts, with the whole Burn-victim drama-club-reject gone rogue type of character.

As for me, I'm not a big fan of where we are now as a country; in fact I feel the same way about most countries. For the people, by the people? No... for those in power, by those who will stop at nothing to keep it in their power.

goldenspurholderx2
March 20, 2006, 10:43
+1

ThunderGod
March 20, 2006, 10:54
Just once, I'd like to see Hollyweird have the bravery to make this sort of film where the totalitarian Gov is Left Wing. Not only is it twice as likely to happen that way in reality, it has already been done in real history, and we already know the consequences.

I mean, even in 1984 the movie, they managed to make it come off as a right-wing Gov. Kinda contrary to Orwell's entire point of the book.

Oh, remember that Fascists are Socialists, ergo Left-Wing, not Right-Wing.

goldenspurholderx2
March 20, 2006, 11:06
The most active terrorist groups in Colorado are the environmental terrorists. I have to goto breifs about that crap. I guess tye-dye wearing, pot smoking hippies spiking trees and pouring sugar in SUV gas tanks just isn't that hollywood sexy.

A little off your point but I know what you're saying.

LTC B
March 20, 2006, 12:27
Originally posted by Highdraglowspeed




Red Dawn, More like High School football with guns, GO WOLVERINES!!!!!

F*** that I was on the chess team, and damn proud of it.


I think we can all express ourselves without profanity (which I asterisked out).
We don't want this place to turn in to the Democratic Underground, or Moveon.org.

Let's raise the standards. Sir Moderator?

Kyrottimus
March 20, 2006, 13:03
Originally posted by ThunderGod
Just once, I'd like to see Hollyweird have the bravery to make this sort of film where the totalitarian Gov is Left Wing. Not only is it twice as likely to happen that way in reality, it has already been done in real history, and we already know the consequences.

I mean, even in 1984 the movie, they managed to make it come off as a right-wing Gov. Kinda contrary to Orwell's entire point of the book.

Oh, remember that Fascists are Socialists, ergo Left-Wing, not Right-Wing.

+1

:bow: Thundergod :bow:

416Rich
March 20, 2006, 18:05
I liked the movie .It actually had a story to it.
BTW that Natalie Portman could make a homo go straight!
Shes a doll!

goldenspurholderx2
March 20, 2006, 18:29
That Natalie Portman is one fine product of Isreal!:love:

Hebrew Battle Rifle
March 25, 2006, 07:03
Natalie Portman has lost too much weight. She is too damned skinny. She was beaudaciously hot in Return of the Sith. ( or whatever the 5th Star Wars movie was called)

As for the movie, I have to agree about the main character being too freakin weird. I liked the general gist of the story, but the execution of it did leave me a little underwhelmed.

As for the "glorifying terrorsim" critique, that is absolutely silly. Terrorists kill indescriminantly. The main character in "V" surgically targeted specific villans for destruction. Hardly the motis operandi of a terrorist.


The "main bad guy" should have been portrayed as a smooth, handsome, and likeable character.

tenchu74
March 26, 2006, 13:18
I love hearing you guys talk about keeping the government in check. If the US government ever became totalitarian and you guys banded together with your FAL's to resist it, you would get your ass handed to you just like the Iraqi and afgan insurgents. We've been at war for three years and only lost 2300. Thats nothing for being at war historically speaking. compared to what we've done to the enemy. You should shelve your Red Dawn fantasies, VOTE your mind and pray things never get that bad because whoever controls our military will roll right over you. Yeah you might be a thorn in their side, but you won't change anything. the only thing you'll acomplish is to get you and your family killed. Better to vote now so it never gets that bad.

daemon
March 26, 2006, 14:28
Originally posted by tenchu74
I love hearing you guys talk about keeping the government in check. If the US government ever became totalitarian and you guys banded together with your FAL's to resist it, you would get your ass handed to you just like the Iraqi and afgan insurgents. We've been at war for three years and only lost 2300. Thats nothing for being at war historically speaking. compared to what we've done to the enemy. You should shelve your Red Dawn fantasies, VOTE your mind and pray things never get that bad because whoever controls our military will roll right over you. Yeah you might be a thorn in their side, but you won't change anything. the only thing you'll acomplish is to get you and your family killed. Better to vote now so it never gets that bad.

If you actually believe the BS you just posted you deserve the title "king sheep of the CNN generation" The us govt IS totalitarian, last time i checked the iraqi's are not getting their "a$$es" handed to them. Much as the news would like to pretend we are doing great down there. The only iraqis getting beat down is the iraqi police/military that we trained/equiped. Besides if we all rose up with our fal's, m1a's of poodle shooters the goverment hierarchy would be severely thinned out. Kind of hard to resist a civil uprising when there are smoking holes in the politicians. But none of us would know for sure until it happens here.

tenchu74
March 26, 2006, 16:09
I love hearing you guys talk about keeping the government in check. If the US government ever became totalitarian and you guys banded together with your FAL's to resist it, you would get your ass handed to you just like the Iraqi and afgan insurgents. We've been at war for three years and only lost 2300. Thats nothing for being at war historically speaking. compared to what we've done to the enemy. You should shelve your Red Dawn fantasies, VOTE your mind and pray things never get that bad because whoever controls our military will roll right over you. Yeah you might be a thorn in their side, but you won't change anything. the only thing you'll acomplish is to get you and your family killed. Better to vote now so it never gets that bad.

spatin
March 26, 2006, 17:06
I thought you said that already.

Here, let me throw in my $0.02.

We all vote, and we all write letters to our congressmen, but nothing changes. None of my representatives want to stand up to the machine. They write back with their form letters and placatory language, but nothing gets done to replace rights that have been wrongfully taken away. The jerks who would take away more and more of your individual liberties don't care about us, and they don't care about our rights. As an example, just look at the Brady Bunch (spending big bucks to tell lies to keep tourists out of Florida), and look at George Soros throwing his money (in great quantities) to disarm the entire world. (Personally, I'm surprised that no one has shot him yet. You think maybe he has a zillion dollars worth of bodyguards and personal protection? What a hypocrit bastard.)
Don't get me started, I could go on forever.
But, we who vote will try as long as we can to do the right thing. But just voting and writing to your congressmen takes a lot of time, years and years to change something. I'm afraid the day will come when some really difficult and life changing decisions will have to be made. It may turn into a V for Vendetta like movie scenario. I hope not, but some day they will cross the line and then it will be SHTF day. Be prepared. (Scout's motto)

Sidney

tenchu74
March 26, 2006, 18:44
Sorry for the double post, I don't know how that happened.

My point is that some of you guys don't seem like you look at things realistically. Even if they banned guns today, the hands of tyranny would not come down tommorow. Look at England, Australia and other countries (traditionaly free not China, Russia ect.) that have no gun rights to speak of. They are not living under totalitarian goverments.

And the argument that the second Amendment is needed to keep the Gov in check is rediculus unless you have Tanks and surface to air missiles. Your assault rifle isn't gonna get er done.

Some of you guys WOW! I was reading a thread by one gentleman on the ammunition section about the lack or availability of cheap surplus ammo and how it cuts into his ability to train for when TSHTF, race war, revolution or whatever. Come on TSHTF is NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN. It sounds like half you guys are itching for it to happen. The only time it was even a possibility in my 31 years was during the LA riots and that was mostly if you were a shop keeper to keep looters away.

The only training one needs is self defense with a handgun for ccw and home defense. Maybee a shotgun. You shouldn't use an assault rifle for home defense because of the chance a rifle round may zipp into your nieghbors home.

Now don't get me wrong I love blasting away with my FAL and AK74. And I train for 3 gun comps. I vote for republicans every election and the ONLY reason I do so is the gun issue. I would love to see a moderate Demacrat who would protect my guns. But I have no illusions who would win in Us against the Government.

But the way you guys talks makes us gun owners sound like a bunch of Michigan Militia Idiots who aren't connected with reality and just waiting for society to break down.

Steve

Hebrew Battle Rifle
March 27, 2006, 00:31
tenchu74:

Where were you for that last 8 months? Did you not have a TV, or a radio, or newspapers there? If not, then do a google search for Hurricane Katrina and then tell us that the S cannot HTF.


Oh yeah, would you please explain how a person can lose a right?

Kyrottimus
March 27, 2006, 01:42
Originally posted by tenchu74
Sorry for the double post, I don't know how that happened.

My point is that some of you guys don't seem like you look at things realistically. Even if they banned guns today, the hands of tyranny would not come down tommorow. Look at England, Australia and other countries (traditionaly free not China, Russia ect.) that have no gun rights to speak of. They are not living under totalitarian goverments.

And the argument that the second Amendment is needed to keep the Gov in check is rediculus unless you have Tanks and surface to air missiles. Your assault rifle isn't gonna get er done.

Some of you guys WOW! I was reading a thread by one gentleman on the ammunition section about the lack or availability of cheap surplus ammo and how it cuts into his ability to train for when TSHTF, race war, revolution or whatever. Come on TSHTF is NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN. It sounds like half you guys are itching for it to happen. The only time it was even a possibility in my 31 years was during the LA riots and that was mostly if you were a shop keeper to keep looters away.

The only training one needs is self defense with a handgun for ccw and home defense. Maybee a shotgun. You shouldn't use an assault rifle for home defense because of the chance a rifle round may zipp into your nieghbors home.

Now don't get me wrong I love blasting away with my FAL and AK74. And I train for 3 gun comps. I vote for republicans every election and the ONLY reason I do so is the gun issue. I would love to see a moderate Demacrat who would protect my guns. But I have no illusions who would win in Us against the Government.

But the way you guys talks makes us gun owners sound like a bunch of Michigan Militia Idiots who aren't connected with reality and just waiting for society to break down.

Steve

While I partially agree with Tenchu (approximately 12% agree), that the chances of TSHTF are remote, I still will not ignore a chance of it happening, even if it is so remote.

The rest I'm going to go ahead and dissagree with you.

Of course the big-bad U.S. Military will ALWAYS WIN. Just like in Vietnam, man we sure kicked their asses over there (*statistically speaking, we did). The Viet Kong had all of those tanks and jets and nukes and everything. We just couldn't keep up with their advanced technology and logistical capacity. They were light years ahead of us! That's why America gave up on Vietnam, not because the VC were so united in their cause or determined to see their two nations united. (note my sarcasm).

First off, CONUS is WAY too huge for 2 million (approximate population of the U.S. Military) people to control, especially when you have 300 million trying to survive. Even if they have tanks and jets and what-not, they can't keep this giant country in check.

The reason Iraqi's suck so bad at being insurgents is because they are too busy fighting each other. Every so often they get mad at us and try something stupid, but they achieve nothing major at all.

Generally speaking, a TSHTF scenario would not require the American people to fight off a Tyrannical government. The reason everyone in here is such a big fan of the 2nd Amendment and the right to own any GD firearm we want is because it is the ultimate equalizer on foot. It would allow the population to significantly increase their chances of surviving an encounter with other, potentially hostile civilians.

If the GOV ever did try to lay the iron-fisticuff of tyranny down upon us, I would actually feel sorry for them.

You don't take into consideration the number of American troops who would actually defect and join the people. After all, anyone who holds any authority in this country swears an oath to uphold the constitution.

As far as I'm concerned, if someone breaks that oath, their authority is null and void and should be shot for treason.



And here are some numbers for you to crunch.

2 million American military personnel
80 million American Firearms owners.

There are firearms owners with NFA rules who own machine guns. There are PLENTY of commercial grade explosives in this country, and plenty of resources to construct them.

My point is, if there was a large enough force of organized civilians here, I'm fairly certain it would be a long, protracted affair costing many lives on both ends.

Yes, voting for the right person can help us avoid anything like that.

Yes, Britain and Australia have extremely tough restrcitions on firearms.

But, if they wanted to take certain, gradual steps toward a tyrannical government, the people could protest all they want... yet do nothing more. By the way, the violent-crime rate in England and Australia with [illegal] firearms is not something to brag about.

And nobody here is claiming on using assault rifles to defend their houses...

A ranch yes, a farm yes. A house in a neighborhood? NO! Everyone knows a shotgun or pistol is far better home protection than an Assault rifle.



I think you're just trying to rip on the Gun-owners in here who actually considered what would happen if/when things go sour. Which they eventually will, it's only a matter of time. Now my definition of "sour" includes plenty of scenarios. But look at what Hebrew Battle Rifle Said:

"....Katrina..."

Just think about it there. Boy I'm sure glad that disaster ended swiftly and nobody was hurt or killed. The Government was so quick to act and take control of the situation, I have NOTHING EVER to worry about. (sarcasm)

My life is ENTIRELY in their hands. Any defficiencies on their part is out of my control, and it is part of life now. It's a roll of the dice. There are no precautions I can take. If the system breaks down, we all wait to be saved by our masters.

Now that I think about it Tenchu. .....


YOU MAKE ME SICK

Believe in whatever you want. I respect whatever views you have. I do not, however, at all, respect the ways in which you choose to express those views.

Go ahead and be an ostrich with your head in the ground. Don't be surprised if nobody shows up to help you out when a riot brakes out in your neck of the woods.

spatin
March 27, 2006, 09:35
What he said ...

Sidney

tenchu74
March 27, 2006, 10:32
Just stirring sh*t up!!

Temp
March 27, 2006, 11:00
This young man has some commentary on the movie.

http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig7/katz-j3.html

shogan
March 27, 2006, 11:09
Well, Tenchu74, treadheads got to take a dump sometime and they will not do it in their Abrams/Bradley or whatever. Thus a patient and pissed off freedom fighter will nail his ass with a long shot from a FAL or M1A when the tanker unasses from his armored GOV. The point is that it is the determination and patience of the fighter more than any other factor that wins the conlict. If, heaven forbid, we do have the makings for another revolution or civil war there will be a lot of desertions from the military and I think that CONUS will become Balkanized. Free zones and FEDGOV zones will appear depending on the situation and the collective will of the people in each area. Gee, since I'm going back into the Army, does that make me the good guy or the bad guy?

Erik the Red
March 27, 2006, 18:25
Hi,

I agree with Kyrottimus.

Erik

zallen
March 29, 2006, 17:10
Originally posted by the gman


BTW, I didn't disturb anyone else, we were the only folks in the theatre..



Mores the pity. I was surprised how few people were in the theatre. A little too theatric for my tastes and not enough righteous justice being dished out, but still a good flick.

Mad Dog 7.62
April 13, 2006, 17:37
Originally posted by tenchu74
Come on TSHTF is NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN.

It isn't? I hope you are right, but it has happened plenty of times, in this century, in "civilized" places. How about Warsaw, or Kosovo, or New Orleans? What if terroists were successful at paralyzing the US economy? What if all of a sudden there was NO gas due to a cutoff of foreign oil and attacks on domestic refinerys, and what little fuel there is is reserved for the military? What would the economic effects be, and how long could people afford to buy groceries with no $$$, and how would those products be produced and transported to start with?

I certainly hope it does not happen, but we have enemys who would love to make it happen, and you can bet your ass they are working on it, right now.

Remember, no civilized society is ever more than three good meals from total anarchy. Its been proven many times.
MD

doktor_ecchs
April 13, 2006, 18:28
Originally posted by tenchu74
TSHTF is NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN.

I guess that's what the Poles thought in September, 1939...:(
and then the Finns, Dutch, Belgians, Bulgarians, French, Greeks, Russians, Ethiopians, etc. The point I'm making is: Almost every earth-shattering world event happens literally overnight...:uhoh:

as ever,
Dr. X :fal:

mmike87
April 16, 2006, 21:25
I love hearing you guys talk about keeping the government in check. If the US government ever became totalitarian and you guys banded together with your FAL's to resist it, you would get your ass handed to you just like the Iraqi and afgan insurgents. We've been at war for three years and only lost 2300. Thats nothing for being at war historically speaking. compared to what we've done to the enemy. You should shelve your Red Dawn fantasies, VOTE your mind and pray things never get that bad because whoever controls our military will roll right over you. Yeah you might be a thorn in their side, but you won't change anything. the only thing you'll acomplish is to get you and your family killed. Better to vote now so it never gets that bad.

Huh? You mean just like we rolled over the Viet Cong in SE Asia? Or how the Soviets rolled over the Mujahadeen (sp?) in Afghanistan? Or how the British rolled over some back-woods colonists in the late 1700's? Armed resistance has proven to be an effective tactic throughour history.

We don't even have enough troops to pacify Iraq - how far you think they'd be able to pacify the continental US?

As far as dying goes, that's OK. "Live free or die." Fortunately, a lot of folks did that long ago so you didn't have to.

lysander6
April 16, 2006, 21:48
Gents,

Let Tenchu think as he pleases and get used to it. He represents the large majority of a complacent population that won't do anything beyond the ballot box for their freedom. Please temper your remarks and confine them to what Mike Wallace would ask you about because Tenchu is emblamatic of the modern American whose entire diet of information is fed via the Mobgod (TV), The most casual READER of history will see the paucity of his argument.

Concerning the FEDMIL, two factors are worth considering:

1. The US military currently has a one to seventeen tooth to tail ratio. That means 17 support pax for every triggerpuller. Do the math.

2. That number will be diminished even more dramatically if a civil war erupts in America.

Sorry, Tenchu, I took the red pill, coppertop.

FAL
April 18, 2006, 08:52
Originally posted by zallen


Mores the pity. I was surprised how few people were in the theatre. A little too theatric for my tastes and not enough righteous justice being dished out, but still a good flick. I saw it this weekend, and was a little surprised it's not more popular, given the "controversy" around the plot. Good movie, and thoroughly enjoyed it. "People should not fear the government...government should fear its people" was my favorite/most memorable line from the movie.

splattermatic
November 23, 2006, 01:48
a btt for this great flick.
the wife and i just got done watching it, and she thought it was a great movie as well.

matter of fact the 50 bmg i have been eyeing up, is gonna be in my safe friday, because of this movie.

great movie, were gonna show it tomm, with all the family here as there are some lefties that need to see this flick..
good night all, happy thanksgiving...

1 More Aussie
November 23, 2006, 05:54
Originally posted by armed1
I heard the movie glorifies terrorists. Is this true?

Who cares.......Is there any bare boobs in it:biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:

B Wood
November 23, 2006, 06:01
Loved it!

any movie that can show the power of govt should be in control of the PEOPLE.....is a-ok in my book. Any movie that portrays good over evil is a-ok in my book.

not the typical hollywood crap that is for sure.


A+

goofytoof
November 23, 2006, 08:53
I enjoyed it as well. I like movies that kind of make you think. Not much like the old DC comic version though...

Stan the Gun man
November 23, 2006, 09:59
V says it all....

'' Freedom is nothing with out justice...''
''People should not be affraid of their goverments, goverments should be affraid of there people!''

+1 on the accurate description of socialism and fascism, fascism IS a left-wing extremism!

Bad guy begs for his life...
BG: PLEASE, HAVE MERCEY!!!
V:................................................ .Not tonight!*Wham!* :biggrin:

But! They have toned down the anarcistich carracter of the orginal comic book ''V'' compared to the film.

I still think its an exellent movie, not often a movie has a message that is so...REAL! :devil: So, do YOU like music?

parisofthewest
April 27, 2010, 17:23
http://i989.photobucket.com/albums/af11/detroitpatriot/oldkr9.jpg

Driving a truck is like living in a third world country. I am always behind the curve on movies.

This one rocked though. It was thought provoking and kept my attention throughout. It highlighted what a totalitarian government would be like and how the people can rise up to defeat it. Kind of relevant. A+ movie.

parisofthewest