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V for Vendetta is a movie starring Hugo Weaving, Natalie Portman, and Rupert Graves. 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.

Genres
Thriller, Action, Sci-Fi, Drama
Director
James McTeigue
Starring
Natalie Portman, Rupert Graves, Stephen Rea, Hugo Weaving

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Product details

Genres Thriller, Action, Sci-Fi, Drama
Director James McTeigue
Writer David Lloyd, Lilly Wachowski, Lana Wachowski
Stars Natalie Portman, Rupert Graves, Stephen Rea, Hugo Weaving
Country UK, Germany, USA
Also Known As V - tai Vendeta, V de Venganza, V de Vendetta, W jak wendeta, V - V for Vendetta, V de venganza, Vendetta üçün V, V for Vendetta: The IMAX Experience, V för Vendetta, V ako Vendeta, Vendetta, V för vendetta, V jako Vendeta, V wie Vendetta, V nagu veritasu, V ir Vendeta, V kao vendeta, V jak Vendetta, V de la Vendetta, V niin kuin verikosto, V for Vendetta: At the IMAX, V pour vendetta, V per Vendetta, V fô vendetta, V de Vingança, V mint vérbosszú, V kot vroče maščevanje, O za osvetu
Runtime 2 h 12 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Tells the story of Evey Hammond (Natalie Portman) 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" (Hugo Weaving), 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.

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Thursday, 01 Oct 2020 14:07

I just saw this film for the first time at a showing on the second day of the Toronto International Film Festival. I'm not a big comic book fan and I haven't read any of the comic books on which this movie is based. However, as I watched it, I found myself quickly drawn into the story and the characters. It certainly held my interest from start to finish, as did many other films I have seen. The acting was good, as was the script. The sets were great. There were some cheesy moments, but overall, I think that is the nature of movies. I don't think the special effects were too much in the way of embellishments, just enough to make a movie more appealing. The dialogue and characters were excellent. The acting and character development was very strong. The actors also performed well, including the villain. This film is set in a post-apocalyptic future in the future. The world is run by a totalitarian government. An agent known as the "V" is fighting to keep the people in line. This is a good thing, as it keeps people in line, but there are still those that oppose the government, and they have no regard for the people they govern. The movie is intense and exciting. There are some cool action sequences and the action is consistent throughout. There are many ways that the characters react to the events that take place, and the way the story is presented makes it very well written and very realistic. The fight scenes are good and memorable. The villain is not the usual kind of villain. He is intelligent, strong, and ruthless. He is ruthless because he is evil. I was also impressed with the subtlety of the villain. This movie has a lot of serious plot twists, but they are subtle and not overbearing. They are well written and make the story more interesting. I found the overall plot of the film to be very interesting. I liked the ending to the movie. This was a great film. I have not seen the original comic books, but I will soon. I recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys a good action film. I think it will be a good film to watch with your friends or family. I hope you enjoy this film as much as I did. I give it a 7 out of 10.
Tuesday, 22 Sep 2020 19:33

Well. The last few years have been relatively disappointing for British moviegoers. Both adaptations of the "Harry Potter" books have fallen well short of expectations, while the Oscar-winning "Birdman" only succeeded in being too big for its boots. "The Avengers" has, therefore, become a real surprise hit in the box office. The film has been doing rather well, and now it has been a while since I've watched it. I will admit that I was not so well acquainted with the author of the "Fantastic Four" comics, Alan Moore, who had earlier made a name for himself with his "Watchmen" series. Still, I have to say that "Fantastic Four" is a nice piece of entertainment. Its plot is, for the most part, straightforward. It focuses on the relationship between the superhero duo of the four heroes of the "Fantastic Four", the scientist Reed Richards and the "mad scientist" Victor Von Doom. The villain is a young boy named Johnny Storm, who wants to become a hero. It is not that clear, however, why he does this. The plot may be well-known by now, but it does not make the film less enjoyable. The dialogue between the two main characters, played by Jamie Bell and Michael B. Jordan, is very good. In fact, it is one of the strongest points of the film. The dialogues are quite intense, which, in turn, makes the actors seem more convincing. There are also some strong supporting performances, which makes the film more enjoyable. The action scenes are also quite well-choreographed, and they are also very impressive. The only drawback of the film is the pacing. The film is not very long, and it is not at all easy to get used to the characters. However, I still consider this to be a good film. It is certainly not a great film, but it is a good film, and I will not say that the last few years have been bad for British movies. The fact that the film is not a masterpiece has been less of a problem than the fact that the film does not have the quality of a blockbuster, and it will probably never get the reputation of one. In conclusion, "Fantastic Four" is definitely worth a watch, especially if you are a fan of the comics. However, if you are not, I would advise you not to watch it. If you are a fan of the film, then you should be aware that you may not like the film. I think that you can enjoy "Fantastic Four" without knowing the source material.
Saturday, 05 Sep 2020 16:09

EVERYTHING about this film is wonderful. It's set in the world of the early 90's, with the likes of George W Bush, Martin Sheen and Paul Bettany all in a well thought out, intelligent and visually stunning film. The voice cast are also spot on, and it really does look like an action film. The story is a great take on the dark side of the world, where hope and compassion are taken away from people. This film also has very many characters. The film starts with what looks like an ordinary man, played by Kevin Costner, finding out that he's going to be killed in a flash mob by a group of people, but who are intent on using the man for their own good. The next scene shows the man fighting for his life, and as he struggles to survive, he discovers a network of people with weapons and abilities to help him, and even having the ability to heal people. The story continues and we find out that the man is actually a scientist, but who also has a brother that is also a doctor. The man ends up being killed in the flash mob, but he can still see his brother's wife and the truth is revealed. The rest of the story continues where the man was killed, and the man learns that the man who killed him is part of an evil force. The film then ends with the man going to a lawyer, who helps him fight the forces who have taken over his body. I really liked this film, it's one of the better action films out there. The sound is great, the sound is really good. The film is a great take on the world of the early 90's, and it's all very well thought out. I really liked it, and I would recommend this film to anyone.
Monday, 17 Aug 2020 10:40

You can argue that The Matrix was a better sci-fi film, but at least it had good acting and a decent plot. And if you liked the Matrix, you might like this one too. This film is about a young boy named Hugo who's parents are killed by a guy called Nathan! They can't believe what happened and so they have a system of checks and balances set up. Hugo gets all sorts of strange readings from the earth and they are sent to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) and they get tested. And they find out that a virus has spread from the earth to the cities on the planet. The CDC then send soldiers to the city to take out the baddies. However, they don't want to take a chance. They send a robot to test the virus on the people on the city. And then, a story unfolds. The people of the city are at first afraid of the virus, but the more they get tested, the more they learn about the virus and its effects. And so, when the soldiers arrive, the people are all fighting for their lives. The real question here is if this is the worst film ever made or if it is just really good! Personally, I'm going to go with the latter. The special effects are so much better than the Matrix and I think it's much better at showing you the effects of the virus than the Matrix did. The acting was also much better in this film than in the Matrix, but it's not really any great surprise since the main actor is Daniel Bruhl, who plays Hugo. And, it seems to me that Bruhl was born for this part and so is the whole cast. The story is also much better than the Matrix, but that's because I think the characters are more interesting here than in the Matrix. The actors in the film do a good job, but I'm not sure if it's good enough to be as good as the Matrix. The actors also seemed to be having a lot more fun than the actors in the Matrix, so I guess that's what you should take from this one. All in all, this film is pretty good, but I'm still not sure if it's better than the Matrix or not. I think it's really too close to the Matrix for me to be the best film of all time, but it's definitely good enough to be good enough to be the best sci-fi film of all time. 7/10
Saturday, 15 Aug 2020 08:20

Greetings again from the darkness. After being hyped up by the hype and new release buzz, I finally have a chance to see this movie. Before I go into my thoughts, I want to talk about my expectations from the beginning. I had heard a lot about this movie, and while I did enjoy the premise, I wasn't sure if I would be satisfied by the final product. I was wrong. I'm glad I didn't expect too much, but I'm not going to spoil the movie for those of you who haven't seen it. I'm going to talk about what I loved about the movie, what I hated, and what I really liked about the movie. The plot of the movie is a little different from what I'm used to seeing in action movies. I don't know why this is, but the way the plot unfolds isn't what I'm used to seeing in action movies. The plot is pretty much linear, and when the movie is over, you're left with one feeling after the movie. You're left with two things, good and bad. One thing I liked about the movie is how it does not have the same humor that I would normally associate with an action movie. While there are some funny moments in the movie, they aren't just funny to me. Instead, it has a dark tone to it that I felt was very well-done. This movie definitely had some action scenes, but they are not your standard action movie scenes. These are action scenes that do not have a huge amount of action. I think the director did an excellent job in creating a different style of action movie. While most action movies focus on explosions, this movie shows a lot more of the ground battle. These battles are fun and exciting. Another thing I really loved about the movie is how it does not take itself seriously. The movie tries to be funny, but instead, it's really funny. The movie has a lot of humor and a lot of dark humor, which I think was well-done. The movie also tries to portray some of the basic morality in action movies, but it is a funny and very dark movie. While I didn't love the movie, I liked the movie for it's unique style and overall cool action scenes. It's not a perfect movie, but I found the movie to be entertaining. It is a solid movie, and I am not going to be disappointed by it. While it was a great movie, it wasn't a great movie. I think people who want a movie to have the same type of humor as a typical action movie will be disappointed, and people who want to see a great action movie will be disappointed. It is a good movie and I would recommend it to anyone. It's a very good movie, but it's not a great movie.
Tuesday, 04 Aug 2020 11:41

I have been waiting for the DVD release of "V for Vendetta" for a long time. Although it is not as good as the first one, "V for Vendetta" is still worth watching. I have also watched this film several times. This is the story of the beginning of the world, where the Empire ruled the world. The character of Guy Fawkes is played by Ian McKellen. Fawkes was the most famous of the conspirators, the leader of the group of people that plan to blow up the government. The movie begins with the origin of Guy Fawkes. He was born in the 12th century to wealthy parents. He becomes a minor but the family falls apart and he ends up with an uncle, a stay at home father, and a teacher who is related to the police. During the 18th century, he becomes a successful member of the Free System. He escapes the law and helps to bring down the powerful government. He is ultimately put behind bars and sent to a prison. The system is corrupt and he escapes. He creates a revolution and causes a revolution in Britain. The forces of government try to stop the uprising. The revolution ends with the government losing control. Fawkes is put on trial and eventually sentenced to death. The last scene shows him being hanged and the video ends. In the book, the film ends with the revolution in England. However, this was not necessary in the movie. The film is a good way to introduce the characters and the story. The scene with Guy Fawkes is very impressive. It is a movie for everyone and if you like the first movie, you will enjoy this one.
Wednesday, 22 Jul 2020 12:42

A good way to spend an evening with your friends. The film begins with the sight of an orange around a fire. The title itself, which is a play on the color of a blue sky, is a nod to the pre-apocalypse world and the "Watcher" (Willis) and "V" (Smith) use the word to refer to each other, just like in the old days. They are the primary reason the film works. The film features a number of action set pieces, most of them rather short. The first set piece involves a car chase through the London streets, in which the driver of the car, who is the protagonist, sees the watcher's car ahead of him. After a time of running and crashes, the driver is killed, and the other driver is captured. The two get into a battle for control of the car, and in the process, the main antagonist, who is not yet revealed, is killed, and the car is lost. This sequence is of considerable importance, since this is what ends the film. The second set piece involves the main protagonist (Smith) traveling to the castle of a "V" who is the leader of the "Brotherhood of the Wolf" who is controlled by Willis. This scene is also the first of the film, and it serves to set up the plot of the story. The plot, as is mentioned, revolves around the "V" and his desire to control the world by destroying the "Watcher". This is, of course, the reason the film works. The "V" and the "Watcher" have a complicated history, and the film follows them through the action. This film was highly influential on the cyberpunk genre of films, with its great emphasis on the machines of the future, which the films inspired. It also influenced the action genre in the action film, "Clash of the Titans", with its heavy action scenes. The film also inspired the use of computer graphics and computer animation in action films such as "Die Another Day" and "Live and Let Die". Also, "V for Vendetta" and "V for Vendetta: A Christmas Carol" are very similar. This film was nominated for several Oscars, including best original screenplay, best original song for "Do Not Resist", and best special effects.


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