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Just saw "V for Vendetta"

Discussion in 'Legal' started by xd9fan, Mar 17, 2006.

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  1. xd9fan

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    Just got back from the movie. IMHO I think this movie is awesome! There was a great gun line in the film. Something like "this is what happens when only the Govt has guns" The line is not in the comic but damn was a happy and nodding my head in great approval when I heard it.

    The film was about 95% loyal to the comic (even though the main author does not want his name on it) Fine by me, The movie is still very true to form. Every gun loving person needs to see this.

    America needs to see this film. The comments about America in this film were ones that could happen......some would say are happening now.... (no spoilers...sorry) My hope is that a film like this seen in the UK could reverse all the their anti gun crap. Who knows....there is always hope.
     
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    MAN I want to see this movie. I gotta get the comic as well. There aren't many comics I'm interested in...infact...just two:"300" and this one.
     
  3. Rich K

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    Haven't seen the movie yet, but as my Grandma used to tell me," Son,hope in one hand, and crap in the other. Then see which one fills up first." Britain and her Commonwealth nations are beyond hope, in my opinion. The inmates have had control of the asylum for far too long.
     
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    Maybe I'll go see this. I try my best to stay away from movies made from comics. Sin City was terrible.
     
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    I really enjoyed Sin City, but I'd never read the comic.
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    I'll have to go see this I hope it doesn't have the same affect that Unintended Consequences had though.
     
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    I already bought tickets for tomorrow night, cant wait to see it...:D
     
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    Sin City was incredible for it's film making/creativity value. Unfortunately after watching it, I felt like I wanted to vomit and I had to take a shower.

    "That laughter costs too much, which is purchased by the sacrifice of decency”. Quintilian
     
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    Movies from comics is the last best hope for hollywood. IMHO.
    Hollywood writters have nothing to offfer.
     
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