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Postby JenR » Thu Jul 19, 2007 1:58 am

i waited for Demon's Head to make it because i thought he was going to so here.

Talk about my favorite Gentleman


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Postby The Demon's Head » Thu Jul 19, 2007 2:23 am

Ah, thank you JenR for creating the thread. I figured I'd let you have the distinct honor to create the V for Vendetta discussion thread.

And now a little history lesson about V for Vendetta for those who may not know it.

V, the main character of the book and film created by Alan Moore and David Lloyd, made his very first appearence in a British comic anthology magazine titled Warrior which was published by Quality Communications. V appeared in Warrior issue number one. V for Vendetta was also first published in Warrior before being reprinted in a ten issue maxiseries and later being collected in trade paper back form.

Classic V for Vendetta cover. Cover of Warrior issue number 11. Cover drawn by David Lloyd.
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Postby JenR » Thu Jul 19, 2007 2:30 am

my 1st smilie to make:

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Postby JenR » Thu Jul 19, 2007 2:40 am

HOLY HELL I WANT THAT MASK!!!

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Postby The Demon's Head » Thu Jul 19, 2007 3:29 am

As I said before, I think when V is first introduced is one of the more greater moments of the film.

This was also another powerful moment in the film.
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Postby maverick88 » Thu Jul 19, 2007 3:32 am

I enjoyed the movie "V For Vendetta" I haven't read the book or comic books so I can't really give an opinion as to which is better.
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Postby JenR » Thu Jul 19, 2007 3:55 am

they say a "young V" is in that scene put i paused and slow mode it down, so if HUGO was in that part he wasn't shown.

the only V i've found shown is here:

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Postby The Demon's Head » Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:00 am

JenR wrote:they say a "young V" is in that scene put i paused and slow mode it down, so if HUGO was in that part he wasn't shown.

the only V i've found shown is here:

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Possibly a standin. Is that the exact moment before V rescues Evey?
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Postby JenR » Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:03 am

Well.. that is the part where Gordon's house is raided, and V captures Evey again, but he locks her in the cell, shaves her head, tortures her, and then makes her have a panic attack.

um.. define "rescue." lol
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Postby The Demon's Head » Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:04 am

JenR wrote:Well.. that is the part where Gordon's house is raided, and V captures Evey again, but he locks her in the cell, shaves her head, tortures her, and then makes her have a panic attack.

um.. define "rescue." lol


Well, she would have been in a far worse situation if taken by Creedy's henchmen. So, yes, he saved her from what could have been much worse even though V did put her through hell.
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Postby JenR » Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:09 am

i know, i just wanted to have sympathy on the poor girl. Teh book is quit different on that part.


.. god i wish the Vaudeville, scene was in the movie. :roll:
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Postby The Demon's Head » Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:10 am

JenR wrote:i know, i just wanted to have sympathy on the poor girl. Teh book is quit different on that part.


.. god i wish the Vaudeville, scene was in the movie. :roll:


See, that's what I didn't like about the adaptation. The changing of certain events.
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Postby JenR » Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:16 am

well Vaudeville WAS int he movie.. just not the way i wanted it to be.

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That mask is freaky as hell. :lol:


okay this part (which was taken by my camera) is where i feel in love with V.

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sarcastic son-of-a-bitch. he's adorable.
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Postby The Demon's Head » Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:20 am

My comment about the changing of events was meant overall about the film. That's why I'm torn between liking the film and viewing as a dissapointment.
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Postby JenR » Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:23 am

The Demon's Head wrote:My comment about the changing of events was meant overall about the film. That's why I'm torn between liking the film and viewing as a dissapointment.


I hated the movie the 1st month it came out. I mean i HATED that movie, i walked out of the theater bitching and cussing (in my head). I was so mad i started to cry.

Took me about 5 times watching it to get me to warm up to it.
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