Brilliant I'm surprised they got away with it under Blair's government. John5:51pm Wed 24 Jan
Good, But The Comic's Better! Please I urge you read the comic first, it explains the story so much better, and you get to read the words as the way Alan Moore intented them to be read. Dexterror8:06pm Tue 2 Jul
thought provoking Well worth watching.......... this could be a prophecy for the future of the world, It makes you think.......... Chompoo2:45pm Sat 18 Jun
grate film loved the end, hope the house was full. bloke downt pub11:15am Fri 17 Jun
top film the end is the best, i would only wish that if this were for real, all the commons free bars would be packed out . bloke downt pub7:55pm Thu 16 Jun
Liberal propaganda film... ...of the worst kind: there's barely a film rather a lot of lecturing. Clint does it better (Million dollar baby etc). itsastickup7:28pm Wed 15 Jun
Great Worth watching, does make you think ... ciara6:28pm Wed 15 Jun
remember reading V in warrior too this movie isn't the comic, but it is pleasantly subversive. hugo weaving and natalie portman are both great as usual. worth watching geriatric comic reader10:32pm Sun 13 Mar
wordy liberal propaganda Pure PC script for the awfully sincere. itsastickup3:24pm Sun 13 Mar
V the future here? sci fi fantasy? or prophecy?.
this movie should be shown at school
scifilondon should be on school schedules, promotes thought, hopefully then it promotes action.
this movie is both brain and eye candy. booyah2:53pm Sun 13 Mar
V Good Wow, this film is brilliant; i was riveted for the entire time even though i was dying for a smoke.
It also delivers an important message, which some here seem unable to fathom.
Amazing. Filmhead11:35pm Wed 29 Jul
Brilliant Film There is simply no better way to get the point of the comic across than this film does. Alan Moore, creator of the comic, may have disowned the film and called it imbecilic, but brilliant as Alan Moore's comic are, he is a certifiable nutjob. I wouldn't place any more faith in his opinions than I would of an eleven fingered Alabaman. Dru11:03pm Wed 29 Jul
Errata: Alan Moore Alan Moore did not call this movie 'imbicilic'. That's because he is not an imbecile as 'God'. He called it 'imbecilic'. God is simply Dog spelled backwards in this context. He's a drooler. Don't take him seriously. The Real God12:34am Sun 21 Dec
Awesome Awesome. Hate the new apple.com look at this site. That is really bad. S Jobs12:32am Sun 21 Dec
Some of us remember reading V in Warrior... Now I feel old.
And while this isn't perfect, they got a lot of the atmosphere I remember so well.
I know Alan doesn't like it, but there are far worse adaptations of his work out there.
Frostfox8:29pm Sat 20 Dec
Alan Moore disowned this He called it imbicilic and insisted the producers take his name off the credits.
Avoid it like the plague. God7:38pm Sat 20 Dec
Nice Review A nice review of the movie in the previous comment. It would be even better if Optomist could SPELL. Teacher4:31pm Sat 20 Dec
Original and refreshing .. over the cheap plonk the yanks keep churning over.
A disfigured "superman", V, seeks revenge on the big brother style Government now ruling the Great Britain that created him. Special Police powers and detention centres for all who don't tow the line.
After a, possibly, chance encounter with V, a young women (a reasonably good Natalite Portman) is forced on a journey of self discovery and ultimately gains a very real handle on freedom and what is required to earn it and appreciate it.
Written by the Wachowski brothers, based on a Graphic novel and directed by the second unit director of the Matrix.
Broad Shakespearean staples, things coming back to haunt you, you don't appreciate it until you've lost it. Almost a Greeek tragedy.
Overall Good, a bit of a rush no rubbishy special stuff. Based in London (with fog not coffee bars). Clever roles by for Stephen Fy and John Hurt.
The public needs to realise how easy the slippery slope wil take away our freedom. The Optomist9:09pm Thu 18 Oct
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