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  • Vest Movie of the Vear so Var!

    24 61.54%
  • Voring Darlings, Simply Voring!

    0 0%
  • Vanti-American... the NerVe of those Vakowski's

    0 0%
  • Vy Golly, this is Vor Terrorists

    1 2.56%
  • Vantastic - Jeffersonian in it's Very Vature

    11 28.21%
  • Voof, vadda ving vadda vomb! (Vonsense Option)

    5 12.82%
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  1. Red Elvis is offline
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    V for Vendetta - The Official Poll (No Spoilers)

    LoVe it or Vate it people are definitely talking about this movie eh komrades? I actually Vink this was a Very damn good movie myself and all those who think it's anti-american or pro-terrorism need to Vake the hell up. Not going to include any spoilers in this but am curious how my Vellow Vullshidoka will View this film. Vill leave the discussion until more haVe had a chance to see it.

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    Veel Vree to make more than one Vote! Vy is my Vinger stuck on Va V Vutton? Vamnit!?!
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    Vuck Off

    (just kiding but I wanted to be the first to say it)

    Just read the graphic novel. Liked it didn't love. The Watchmen is Allan Moore's best work and superior to V.

    Anyways can't wait to see V, it will be intresting to compare the comic to the movie.
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    Posted On:
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    Vuck Vu too Vastard!!!...

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    Sorry, had to reply with some more Vucking V's. Haven't read the comic or any of his other work but the movie was good. Most likely will not compare to the comic though. Nothing ever does be it book or comic.

    Those who lack a dark side will probably hate it too.
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    It sounds like a good movie but this concerns me though.

    Despite the Wachowskis both being fans of Alan Moore and his graphic novels, Moore has explicitly disassociated himself from the movie adaptation. He ended cooperation with his publisher, DC Comics, after its corporate parent, Warner Brothers, despite DC's urging, failed to retract statements that Moore called "blatant lies" about his supposed endorsement of the movie in a press release by producer Joel Silver. Moore notably complained the script was "imbecilic" and contained "plot holes you couldn't have got away with in Whizzer And Chips in the nineteen sixties.
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    The character was great, now I really want to read the books.

    I want an MP3 of his introduction speech with all the V's, that is a text book example of alliteration right there.

    I think I can see why Moore might be a little pissed about plot holes though, the movie has it's weaknesses. All the same I enjoyed it.
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    The Graphic Novel was good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoJu - Joe

    Just read the graphic novel. Liked it didn't love. The Watchmen is Allan Moore's best work and superior to V.

    Anyways can't wait to see V, it will be intresting to compare the comic to the movie.
    I loved The Watchmen. Rorschach is the fucking MAN!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by poidog
    I loved The Watchmen. Rorschach is the fucking MAN!!!
    Watchmen was really good. Watchmen, Kingdom Come, Dark Knight Returns, and Batman: Year One are the only "Graphic Novels" (comics) that I've ever bothered to keep reading after I got off the throne.
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    Well I finally did it, I ordered Watchmen and V for Vendetta from Amazon.com cause I want to read Moore's stuff. If he wanted to disassociate himself from the film because he found it ridiculous than I gather he's a fairly sharp man with fairly sharp wriing to his credit.

    Fairly.

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    Well, frankly I loved both of them. The watchmen was better by a pretty good margin. I'd like to see a movie style after the watchmen in the same fashion that Sin City was delivered, but my hopes are dim.

    I'm having problems already with V, just because I'm afraid it'll be watered down and look campy. I mean, the costume... while good for the graphic novel... i just think that most producers would have a hard time matching the original works tone.
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