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Five Vivacious Moments from V for Vendetta

Remember Remember the 5th of November

By Kimberly McCall     November 05, 2013

Celebrating the 5th of November!
© Warner Bros./ DC Comics
On this the 5th of November, Mania would like to take the opportunity to remember one the great films of the new century. Let us always remember the 5th of November and V. To celebrate this day, enjoy Mania's "Five Vivacious Moments from V for Vendetta". 
# 1 A Valorous Entrance
V makes his  first appearance in the opening off the film  just as the vulgar Fingermen are closing in on a frightened Evey. With a stunning combination of both thrashing violence and classic poise, V vanquishes these insignificant villains and thrashes his way into our senses, demanding the interest of both Evey and the audience. 
#2 The Destruction of Old Bailey
On the rooftops of London, just at the dawn of November the 5th, V gives Evey a front row seat to a vivid and masterful display of both valor and horror as the old Bailey is lit up to the tune of the 1812 overture.  
#3 “There Were No Eyes”
The horrors occurring at Larkhill relocation site are documented n the journal of Dr. Delia Surridge, as she is haunted by the visage of a prisoner/subject who escaped the facility in a terrible fire. He becomes vengeful face of all the people she helped to kill.
#4 A Vendetta Like No Other
Facing his on death, V delivers himself to Creedy deep in the London underground and unleashes a  victoriously gratifying massacre after having already been pumped full of enemy bullets.
#5 A Final Act
With the Sutler dead, V uses his dying breath to give Evey the control and decision to follow through on his promise to destroy the House of Parliament. In the last scene of the film, the building magnificently blows and lights up thousands of Guy Fawkes faces who are finally united in hope. 

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Dazzler 11/5/2013 3:51:44 AM

It was a good movie, I would not say it's one of the best of all times. 

ThunderJessica 11/5/2013 5:41:02 AM

 I really enjoyed this film. IMO my fave moments in this film

1. V with female doctor,


2.The street with all the V's


3. The autobiography about the actress that Evey reads



FerretJohn 11/5/2013 7:36:23 AM

My favorite scene would be the the Inspector and the Falling Dominos

mellowdoux 11/5/2013 10:18:19 AM

 My favorite scene was... well...

The ending credits.                    



Wiseguy 11/5/2013 12:42:15 PM

LOL mellowdoux

I on the other hand have grown to enjoy this film more and more over time. I was so-so on it at first but it has really grown on me and I agree with Kimberly that it is one of the best of this century

aegrant 11/5/2013 1:35:24 PM

I never really liked this movie. Of course that is just my opinion.

Wiseguy 11/5/2013 2:19:03 PM

Actually that's a fact ;)

mellowdoux 11/5/2013 6:30:07 PM

 Come, come... you all should know by now that mine is the only opinion that counts!

Joke! ;)

Always a pleasure!

The humblest of all your servants,



DarthBob 11/6/2013 4:48:13 AM

I didn't like this movie right out of the gate but after seeing it a few times it has grown on me.  Having a main character wearing a mask the entire time took some getting used to.

GeNoCiDaLKnIvEs 11/5/2014 1:00:00 AM

 This was actually a good movie.  A lot of people did not like it because they expected it to be an all out action movie like the Matrix and not a political view, type of movie.  

I actually enjoyed the conversations and the political features in the movie.

My favorite parts: V's entrance

The news station takeover

V's tv messages to the people

The studio chase (with the Benny Hill theme)

The final fight







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