Eight years after the Joker's reign of anarchy, the Dark Knight, with the help of the enigmatic Selina, is forced from his imposed exile to save Gotham City, now on the edge of total annihilation, from the brutal guerrilla terrorist Bane.
Tells the story of Evey Hammond and her unlikely but instrumental part in bringing down the fascist government that has taken control of a futuristic Great Britain. Saved from a life-and-death situation by a man in a Guy Fawkes mask who calls himself V, she learns a general summary of V's past and, after a time, decides to help him bring down those who committed the atrocities that led to Britain being in the shape that it is in. Written by
After Finch's stealthy visit to Larkhill, he explains he has a 'feeling' of knowing what has happened in the past and what would happen in the future. The montage of the future happenstances clearly shows Evey setting the 'Scarlet Carsons' in a vase and as she walks out of frame, Finch's reflection drinking from a glass in the mirror on the wall behind can be seen clearly. This could be a foreshadowing to indicate that Evey and Finch end up together. Also the scenes yet to happen in the film, like V being shot by Creedy's men and Evey looking up at the explosives stacked in the train, are clearly seen. See more »
While the two detectives are driving to the TV station, the speedometer in their car is on zero, while their car is visibly moving. See more »
Remember, remember, the Fifth of November, the Gunpowder Treason and Plot. I know of no reason why the Gunpowder Treason should ever be forgot... But what of the man? I know his name was Guy Fawkes and I know, in 1605, he attempted to blow up the Houses of Parliament. But who was he really? What was he like? We are told to remember the idea, not the man, because a man can fail. He can be caught, he can be killed and forgotten, but 400 years later, an idea can still ...
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Like "Batman Begins", the opening Warner Bros. logo is gray on a gray sky. See more »
I am speechless. I just came back from the theatre, where I watched 'V for Vendetta'. There are three main elements in the movie and it excels on all three of them.
First off the dialogues and script. Intense, witty, honest but not patronising, intelligent but not pretentious. That's the first level at which the movie surprises you. You don't except such high level of script from an action movie. But it is slowly revealed to the audience that V for Vendetta is not just an action movie. The story is filled with current events and has a definite strong political sense.
Secondly Hugo Weaving's performance. It is definitely what grabs you from the start. He delivers some of the hardest lines with incredible charisma. His performance shines throughout the movie and honestly he sounds as good as any of the best actors out there. He should be nominated for an academy award.
Finally the visual part. Incredible, yet no "Matrix" effects used. Everything looks beautiful, dark yet vibrant. The cinematography is top notch. The final battle scene brought tears to my eyes.
Do not miss 'V for Vendetta'. It's one of the best movies of all time, an eternal classic.
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