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V For Vendetta Full Movie Kickass Torrent-----------------------------------------DOWNLOAD: http://urllio.com/r2v6c -----------------------------------------In the not too distant future, Britain is filled with torture cells, unfair punishments, prejudice against minorities. However in the midst of all this chaos, one man known only by the name V dares to stand up to the government and is labeled as a terrorist. One night V rescues a mild young woman called Evey Hammond and an unlikely bond between the two emerges which results with Evey becoming Vs ally. But though V may be charismatic and have a passion for justice he also is bitter and has his own personal hatred of the government for something they did to him long ago. As November the 5th, the day V says he and those who will follow him will stand up to the government once and for all approaches, Detective Finch becomes more and more determined to uncover the truth about V, however his search leads him to ask to question whether or not he is on the right side.In a future British tyranny, a shadowy freedom fighter, known only by the alias of "V", plots to overthrow it with the help of a young woman.A wonderful movie from start to finish. Some of the best dialog for a movie iv seen in long time. Very well done. Credit goes to the Wachowski Brothers for an Excellent movie.
I couldn't imagine anyone doing V any better then Hugo Weaving, his voice was perfect for the role. Nataly Portman was also at her best providing for some very believable performances. The movie has everything, well written script the right amount of twists, surprises and situations that have you thinking about the world we live in.
I loved the touch with the Chancellor using Fear on the television to keep control of the people. Reminds me of the US president. I thought for sure we where going see the Red/Yellow terror alert for V LOL.
Great Movie.Hopefully this is not the future of the world that we live in. To watch any movie like V for Vendetta with evil rulers and futuristic totalitarian governments always gives me an edge and feeling of some uneasiness and scariness afterward. In the movie, set in the year 2038 there is a future England ruled by a Fascist dictator in a society similar to that of 20th century Nazi Germany. What is more appalling is that England apparently seems to have re-conquered at least in part the United States which is continually referred to throughout the film as "the former United States". This is definitely an interesting movie to watch but scary to think about in reality.
Overall, this is quite a good film. The idea of a great revolutionary (for I simply refuse to call V a terrorist---- though I will not object to putting that label on the Fascist Norsefire Party) who fights and stands for what's right even in the face of opposition of an evil totalitarian government is certainly makes for a good film. However I'll give it a 9 as it is hard to give any movie like this a 10 because it is scary. Well (hopefully) it's just a movie.Viewers expecting a thrill ride might be disappointed. V engages in a couple of satisfying crime-fighting set pieces, but the story is more occupied with mystery and intrigue. Happily, it almost is entirely free of the hollow pomposity that marred the Wachowskis' last two "Matrix" films.It starts with a section of "Valerie" and then blends the tail end of "Evey Reborn". This is a rare soundtrack as it actually contains the theatrical score. For example, there is a Rolling Stones tune from the movie that is not included on the soundtrack CD. John Hurt plays both doubles. However, it is unknown who in the movie world plays the doubles. No. Director James McTeigue, in the book V for Vendetta: From Script to Film, indicates that Hurt's prior performance as the protagonist of Nineteen Eighty-Four played into the deliberately ironic casting of him as a Big Brother-type figure in this film. Edmond Dantès is mentioned near the end of the movie in the exchange, "Who was he [V]?' 'He was Edmond Dantès, he is you, he is me...." He is the main character in The Count of Monte Cristo—V's favourite movie. The film was based on the book of the same name by Alexandre Dumas, and tells the story of a man who was wrongfully imprisoned, eventually escapes, assumes a new identity, and begins to exact vengeance upon those responsible for his incarceration. Read Count of Monte Cristo online here. No, V states within a minute of meeting Evey that he is a man (twice, in fact). The doctor's diary also refers to V as the man in room 5 (V). Yes, Valerie Taylor (1913-1997) was an American author of books published in the lesbian pulp fiction genre, as well as poetry and novels after the "golden age" of lesbian pulp fiction. This depends entirely on your point of view. To the government in the movie and under current legal definitions in the US and UK, he is a terrorist. To the people of London in the film, to Evey and Finch by the end of the film, he was a freedom fighter. It's possible that he was both; for instance, the Sons of Liberty in the American Revolution were a terrorist group fighting for American freedom. a5c7b9f00b http://elabub.jugem.jp/?eid=341 http://fiekergu.jugem.jp/?eid=331 http://sellbojoupork.bloggaleon.com/1537289756/ http://ticotheat.jugem.jp/?eid=289 http://dayviews.com/esdobo/526827072/ http://gimdepa.jugem.jp/?eid=280 http://halftiwin.jugem.jp/?eid=315 http://lustsympfrog.jugem.jp/?eid=288 http://hibirthpres.jugem.jp/?eid=322 http://haawebspost.jugem.jp/?eid=277
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