V for Vendetta

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Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore, V for Vendetta takes place in an alternate vision of Britain in which a corrupt and abusive totalitarian government has risen to complete power. During a threatening run in with the secret police, an unassuming young woman named Evey Natalie Portman is rescued by a vigilante named V Hugo Weaving -- a caped figure both articulate and skilled in combat. V embodies the principles of rebellion from an authoritarian state, donning a mask of vilified would-be terrorist of ...
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Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore, V for Vendetta takes place in an alternate vision of Britain in which a corrupt and abusive totalitarian government has risen to complete power. During a threatening run in with the secret police, an unassuming young woman named Evey Natalie Portman is rescued by a vigilante named V Hugo Weaving -- a caped figure both articulate and skilled in combat. V embodies the principles of rebellion from an authoritarian state, donning a mask of vilified would-be terrorist of British history Guy Fawkes and leading a revolution sparked by assassination and destruction. Evey becomes his unlikely ally, newly aware of the cruelty of her own society and her role in it. ~ Cammila Collar
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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Despite some heavy-handed allegory, this melding of action film and political thriller succeeds marvelously as rousing entertainment. It begins in an England of the near future, where a dictatorial Grand Chancellor John Hurt wields supreme power and enforces his self-made laws with the aid of secret police. He is opposed by a mysterious avenger calling himself "V" Hugo Weaving. Wrapped in a cloak and wearing a mask of Guy Fawkes -- an Englishman who plotted to blow up the Houses of Parliament in the early 1600s -- V uses terrorist tactics against the Chancellor, who assigns a dogged police inspector Stephen Rea to run the miscreant to ground. Enter Evey Hammond Natalie Portman, a young woman mistakenly identified as V's accomplice after he rescues her from some government thugs. Much more intricate and character-driven than the average popcorn movie, V for Vendetta boasts a superior script by brothers Larry and Andy Wachowski of The Matrix fame, based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore. James McTeigue's direction is unusually well modulated; he eschews the overuse of fancy camera moves and showy special effects in favor of shrewd story development. He also shows restraint in the handling of his principal characters. Daring, flamboyant, and stylish, V for Vendetta is the very model of a suspenseful action movie that takes itself seriously without surrendering the obvious entertainment value that makes it so irresistible.
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V for Vendetta could have easily been a cliché dystopian fantasy set against a stock totalitarian backdrop. It could have also been a heavy-handed warning about the power of fear in the post-9/11 world or, still worse, a wordy treatise on the philosophy of government. In actuality, V for Vendetta manages an almost impossible compromise between these options. Those banking on the Wachowski brothers' trademark balletic action sequences and epic explosions will not be disappointed, while those worried about the brothers' tendency to get lost in their own exposition a la the Matrix sequels can have no fear. This movie is fun, enthralling, and thought provoking. Hugo Weaving's meticulous voice acting and deft gesticulations rival the movements of trained dancers as he brings V to life, while Natalie Portman provides a full range of emotion and believable development as we watch her transform from frightened speck within the masses to fully liberated citizen of her own mind. The two find a strong dynamic on which to build their both tangible and symbolic onscreen relationship, and this is the same dynamic that provides the story itself with such a strong backbone. V himself acknowledges that he is a man acting as a symbol, summarized best with V's own exclamation, "Beneath this mask there is more than flesh. There is an idea, Mr. Creedy, and ideas are bulletproof." As a result, the symbolic quality of the story itself is not at all difficult for the audience to understand. By the end of the film, legions of masked and caped citizens descending on the houses of Parliament in improbably perfect formation come off not as unrealistic, but as a beautifully stylized illustration. V for Vendetta succeeds where the Matrix sequels failed because despite its disinclination to answer all of the questions it poses, it holds tight to a focused, cohesive theme. This can be attributed to first-time director James McTeigue's ability to place a coherent story at the heart of his philosophizing. There is no simple answer to what role vengeance should play in a revolution, but V for Vendetta leaves to the audience not only the question but the option of whether or not they want to answer it.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/19/2012
  • UPC: 883929250752
  • Original Release: 2006
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Format: Blu-ray

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Natalie Portman Evey
Hugo Weaving V, William Rookwood
Stephen Rea Finch
Stephen Fry Deitrich
John Hurt Adam Sutler
Tim Pigott-Smith Creedy
Rupert Graves Dominic
Roger Allam Lewis Prothero
Ben Miles Dascomb
Sinéad Cusack Delia Surridge
Natasha Wightman Valerie
Eddie Marsan Etheridge
Billie Cook Little Glasses Girl
Paul Antony-Barber Valerie's Father
Clive Ashborn Guy Fawkes
Matthew Bates Finch's Fedco Man
Oliver Bradshaw Old Man
Julie Brown Three Waters News Poppet
Amelda Brown Wardrobe Mistress
Raife Patrick Burchell Studio Technician
Ian Burfield Tweed Coat Fingerman
Grant Burgin Operator
Richard Campbell Security Guard
Charles Cork Barfly
Roderick Culver BTN News Poppet
Ian T. Dickinson Avian Flu News Poppet
Daniel Donaldson Young Black Detainee
Gregory Donaldson Operator
Anna Farnworth Valerie's Mother
Adrian Finighan News Anchor
Bradley Steve Ford Evey's Brother
Patricia Gannon Little Glasses Girl Mum
Megan Gay BTN News Poppet
Eamon Geoghegan Surveillance Man
Selina Giles Evey's Mother
Gerard Gilroy Surveillance Man
Laura Greenwood Sarah
Jason Griffiths Biology Teacher
Tara Hacking Vicky
Carsten Hayes Evey's Father
Guy Henry Heyer
Simon Holmes Barman
Juliet Howland Middle Class Mum
Derek Hutchinson Bureaucrat
Richard Laing Parliament Lieutenant
David Leitch Convenience Store V
Mark Longhurst Little Glasses Girl Dad
Alister Mazzotti Baldy Fingerman
Martin McGlade Victoria Station Fingerman
David Merheb Young Man
Kyra Meyer Christina
Caoimhe Murdock Middle Class Sister
Sophia New Quarantine News Poppet
Simon Newby Tube Station News Poppet
Mark Phoenix Willy Fingerman
Imogen Poots Young Valerie
Ben Posener Water Shortage News Poppet
Madeleine Rakic-Platt Young Evey
Andy Rashleigh Fred
Antje Rau Laser Lass
Emma Field Rayner Guy Fawkes Lover
John Ringham Old Man
Brin Rosser TV Executive
Joseph Rye Jones
Martin Savage Denis
Jack Schouten Middle Class Boy
Cosima Shaw Patricia
Michael Simkins Parliament General
Malcolm Sinclair Major Wilson
Dulcie Smart Civil War News Poppet
Chad Stahelski Storm Saxon
John Standing Lilliman
Mary Stockley Ruth
William Tapley Radio Man
Matt Wilkinson Little Glasses Girl Fingerman
Micaela Haslam Singer
Benjamin Wallfisch Conductor
Technical Credits
James McTeigue Director
Jessica Alan Associate Producer
Adrian Biddle Cinematographer
Jan Böhme Stunts
Daniel Bohn Stunts
Annette Borgmann Casting
Michael Bornhütter Stunts
Dietke Brandt Costumes/Costume Designer
Steve Bream Art Director
Stuart Clark Stunts
Talila Craig Stunts
David Cronnelly Stunts
Nicolas De Pruyssenaere Stunts
Yvonne Dietzel Stunts
Oliver Fritsche Stunts
Michael Gast Stunts
Eduart Geber Stunts
Sascha Girndt Stunts
Thorsten Gliewe Stunts
Siegfried Gordes Stunts
Martin Göres Stunts
Uwe Gösche Stunts
Wanja Götz Stunts
Matt Gunther Stunts
Alexander Hardt Stunts
Udo Harnach Stunts
Cyrille Hertel Stunts
Grant Hill Producer
Timo Honsa Stunts
Sarah Horton Art Director
Eunice Huthart Stunts
Rob Inch Stunts
Tomas Jester Stunts
Heiko Kiesow Stunts
Alex Kirby Asst. Director
Adam Kirley Stunts
Sebastian Krawinkel Art Director
Mathis Landwehr Stunts
Stefan Langel Stunts
David Lietch Stunts
Wolfgang Lindner Stunts
Isabell Logen Costumes/Costume Designer
Marcus Loges Production Manager
Mike Luft Stunts
Udo Lüttich Stunts
Roberto Malerba Co-producer
Dario Marianelli Score Composer
Henning Molfenter Co-producer
Alexandra Nazahn Stunts
Terry Needham Asst. Director
Uli Nefzer Special Effects Supervisor
James O'Dee Stunts
Jason Oettle Stunts
Markus Papiernek Stunts
Thorsten Papst Stunts
Owen Paterson Production Designer
Christian Peterson Stunts
Swen Raschka Stunts
Reelsound Sound/Sound Designer
Katja Richter Stunts
Thierry Saelens Stunts
Armin Sauer Stunts
Tom Sayers Sound/Sound Designer
Katrin Schaake Stunts
Petra Schaumann Makeup
Matthias Schendel Stunts
Babette Schimanek Stunts
Bernhard Schirmer Stunts
Karsten Schmidt Stunts
Rene Schobess Stunts
Andreas Schulz Stunts
Sammy Sheldon Costumes/Costume Designer
Joel Silver Producer
Andy Smart Stunts
Mark Southworth Stunts
Wolfgang Stegemann Stunts
Matthew Stirling Stunts
Lucinda Syson Casting
Rocky Taylor Stunts
Steven Thiede Stunts
Andreas Tietz Stunts
Ralph Tillman Stunts
Vladimir Vilanow Stunts
Andy Wachowski Producer, Screenwriter
Larry Wachowski Producer, Screenwriter
Benjamin Waisbren Executive Producer
Martin Walsh Editor
Rainer Werner Stunts
Joerg Widmer Camera Operator
Oliver Wiesner Stunts
Carl L. Woebcken Co-producer, Executive Producer
David Worley Camera Operator
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of my all-time favorites

    Amazing. Simply amazing. The cast is absolutely perfect, right on target. Hugo Weaving is spectacular. His performance as the masked V is truly heart-wrenching. The best part is that you never actually get to see him, his face, or know who he truly is. This movie is thought-provoking, a cinematic masterpiece, and a fabulous plot that combines all elements: action, adventure, politics, romance, and even a little bit of humor when it gets too intense. A must-see.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Puts a Spell on you

    This movie was spellbounding. You watch and can not believe what you are seeing. It is just awesome. To think that an actor can do and say so much with a mask on. No facial expressions at all. The book is also fantastic if you read it before watching you will want to reread it. If you never read it go get the book and read it also. They are both thought provoking stories.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    "Remember Remember the Fifth of November"

    'Remember remember the Fifth of November/ Gunpowder treason and plot~~~" "V" For Vendetta" is a powerful tale set in an Orwellian society. A futuristic Guy Fawkes with a personal vendetta against Britain's despotic government leaders teaches a young woman that "God is in the rain" while Scotland Yard's chief (Stephen Rea)begins to question the methods the prime minister uses to impose his personal policies & philosophies on the country. An excellent cast lead by Hugo Weaving as "V" & Natalie Portman as "Evey" brings this chilling futuristic tale to life. "V" proves that freedom of thought and individual liberty are powerful concepts when a nation's citizens are allowed to practice them. This is a movie that everyone should see and from which lessons can be learned.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2012

    A Modern Legend

    A Modern Legend

    This is the story of rebellion against an Oppressive Government, a Fascist Nation. A society that could imprison anyone at will, could execute anyone, could black list any form of literature, art. music, or fiction. A Regime where all forms of Religion, Entertainment, and employment were only tools of that totalitarian system. A society where Choice was outlawed.
    V was experimented on by that government. They used him as a human lab rat. Their experiments took his memories, and enhanced his body. V's revolution was decade worth of labor, and planning. He studied his enemies, learned their psychological weaknesses, and the flaws in the political system they created. V was a hero fighting the monstrous society that created him.
    Critics of this movie call it Anti-Christian. What they failed to realize was the Regime in the movie had corrupted the Christian Church. All that remained of Christianity, in the that Regime, was a political puppet. A farce of the Church, a Mockery of all that Christ ever was. The Regime even turned the Cross into a sign of Political Dominance, instead of a sign of Christ's Sacrifice. Those who see Anti-Christianity in this movie are right. V was fighting against that Anti-Christianity.

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  • Posted May 14, 2012

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    V For Victorious

    This is my 4th favorite movie of all time. (1.Scream 2.The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo 3.Dark Shadows 4.V For Vendetta 5.The Shining) I watch this movie weekly (as i do with all my top 5) because i love it so much. I always cry at the end of the movie because it is so beautiful. Even if you havent seen it buy it anyways it is so freaking amazing!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Might Change Your Life

    This is a spellbounding action movie, with flickers in romance and a brilliant plot. It really changes the way you see things, and is a beautiful movie you will remember for the rest of your life. It helped me see things a lot differently, strongly, passionately, and for the better.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    This movie is AMAZING

    This movie is great. I was hooked by the first 5 minutes and it is very suspenseful and great through the rest of the movie. A little parts are violent while the others are scary yet still funny. This is one of my favorite movies EVER.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    I am in love with Natalie Portman

    Natalie Portman is my favorite - blessed with incredible brilliance, beauty and grace that only God is deserving of - she truly trancends Hollywood. I think that V for Vendetta and the Professional are the movies that really define her career as an actress - though they cannot even come close to defining her as a person - because only nothing is capable of that. Not even Israel nor Harvard can define her, though she is both their Queen. She is so incredible that I cannot even stand to watch her in movies anymore. That being said, if you cannot help but watch her, if you have to watch her in movies, I recommend V for Vendetta, the Professional, Star Wars part three, and Garden State -these movies may help you to fall in love with her.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    VVow

    Anyone can tell you that this movie has amazing action sences, great special effects, and an ending that speaks for itself. But this movie dives into what happens when political powers take control and no one stands against them. Parallels can be drawn to the Halocaust though the leaders in this imagined world go about their business differently with a different purpose. The amazing character of V is brillantly three dimensional and brightens the movie with his 'smile'. The ending is not your average action movie ending and it shows the power of one person with an idea.<BR/><BR/>Very insperation and highly entertaining.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Gothic glimpse of the future

    I loved this movie! It had a wonderful dark mood and a real feel reminiscent of a comic book. The character development and acting were first rate. This is definitely a movie I'd recommend adding to a personal collection.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great movie

    I saw this movie first in the theatre and I fell inlove with the thoughts it rose in your mind. The movie was very Orwellian but it hit very close to home. I like the way Weaving was able to portry his emotion through the mask. Awesome movie

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    V is for Vomit: The Vile and Vicious Vitriol of Anti-Terror War Villians

    Although I thoroughly enjoyed the work of Joel Silver and the Wachowski Brothers in the Matrix movies, I must say that I was thoroughly disappointed in this V for Vendetta. I thought UltraViolet was bad because it at least pretended to be an action flick that hide its anti-Christian underpinnings, but this V was very vicious in its vitriol against a fascist leader who appears to be much like our American President and his anti-terrorist administration. Words like "terrorist" and "national security" are stolen from contemporary culture to make a political point that ultimately is a slippery slope fallacy. The problem with slippery slopes is that most of the time, the slide could not, and usually will not, lead to the extreme situation that is portrayed. Some try to argue that the PATRIOT ACT was designed to remove freedoms, and yet these same people ignore the fact that this new Act has saved lives, lives that would have been taken by terrorists. Oh, my bad, "freedom fighters," the new euphemism for those we have sympathy for even if their cause is unjust and evil. Anyway, the movie is nothing more than a bad political statement and commentary against the US government and its policies under the current administration of Bush Jr using England as a cloak. The double horizontal beam crosses used as a symbol of the oppressive government is no coincidence, and it is not appreciated. Why use that symbol instead of a Nazi Swastika or an Islamic crescent moon? Can anyone say anti-Christian rhetoric? I'm glad this film died at the box office. And I'm sure it will die an equally slow death in video release. In a way this movie is worse that anything done by 911 US government, wild, inside job conspiracy theorists and Michael Moore combined because it seems to speak truth while deceptively distorting the reality it seeks to portray using this art form. Michael Moore pretended to do a "documentary" about 911 and used deception, lies, and half-truths. V for Vendetta simply made me Vomit because it was a more stylish Version of the Vitriolic nonsense Michael Moore represents. The movie made same-sex relations seem angelic and beautiful, and of course portrayed those opposed to such ideas as evil, corrupt and violent towards them. Perhaps there are people opposed to homosexual relations that are evil, corrupt, and violent, but that is by no means the norm. There are those who are loving and caring towards those they disagree with, and therefore caricatures of anyone who disapproves of the "gay" lifestyle are just that -- stereotypical distortions. V is not so much for Vendetta as it is for Victimization. Those who stand up for true righteousness and justice were victimized by this movie, while those with a false sense of what is right and just were turned into heroes. Thank God reality is much better than V fiction. The one good thing I will say is that it is good to question your government and make sure it does not go too far, but it is not good to do that by deception, lies, distortions, misrepresentations, assumptions and slippery slopes, using the very tactics you decry in the government you may have a problem with.

    0 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    really enjoyed the film but.......

    I would give this film 5 stars - I thoroughly enjoyed the acting and movie in general - except every time that Natalie Portman spoke. Her attempt at copying a British accent is absolutely pathetic, and as someone that comes from an area of the world where this accent is well known and subtle nuances noticed, it thoroughly destroyed the whole experience... don't understand why this happens in films so much and makes a mockery of what may otherwise be great films.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Nice Wake-Up Call to the Future

    I was very impressed with "V for Vendetta" when I first saw it in the theater. Even though Weaving, as V, never takes off the mask throughout the film you still sense every emotion coming from his character. He can also make sword-fighting a suit of armor look like he's dueling another (live) person - an astounding feat of acting brilliance on both accounts. Portman is also very good as Evey, though in some ways her role was limited in that she acts scared through a lot of the film. Her accent may be subpar, but considering how well the rest of the movie was made it's a small price to pay for picking the right actress for the role, which she is. This movie should make everyone, in America or Britain or elsewhere, think about their government and question those in authority - an especially poignant message considering current events of the world right now. There is also great art direction for the film, and the special effects aren't over the top, except maybe at the end when everything goes out with a bang (pun intended). Definitely recommended for anyone over the age of 15.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Remember, remember....

    This is probably the greatest movie ever, or at least one of them. It's a "thinking" film, one that really influences you in some way. And to add to that, the acting is superb, especially Hugo Weaving's as "V". He positively steals the movie. It's a must see if you like powerful films.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Movie

    This movie should be praised like the political masterpiece that it is. It's a great insight of the political rigtwing, theocracy control that is happening in this country, even though is based in England. It even potrays the same scare tactics that the Bush regime is using when keeping the mass population under control, to how the media is a lapdog to the White House, to even showing secret prisons just like Guantanamo. It should go down as one of the greatest calls to people powered movement of this generation

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