Remember, Remember…


This film is frighteningly good and the plot, while having some odd twists and quirks, is seemingly realistic.
The effects are brilliant. Everything from the scenes where people march on Trafalgar Square and Parliament, to where Parliament actually blows up are a joy for the eye.

It’s a pity this film hasn’t had a lot of publicity (at least in Denmark). It’s a great film, and while I would love to see a successor, I fail to see how a plot could be just as exciting and captivating as the first.

I’m going to give this film five out of five possible. I’m not a very critical person: I’m able to enjoy just about anything I watch, but this is definitely unique.

I’ll apologise again for my poor structure, writing and organisation. I needed to write about this film somewhere, and I didn’t see where else to turn, but my blog.
If you’ve read this far, I’d like to thank you for doing so, and if you haven’t already seen the film, I suggest you go do so right now.

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Lasse Havelund on January 2nd, 2007

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9 responses to “Remember, Remember…”

  1. Little Money responded on January 17th, 2007 at 12:45 am | permalink

    Nice site and yeah V for vendetta is a freaking awesome film!

  2. Sexy Sadie responded on January 20th, 2007 at 12:35 am | permalink

    I think it is freaking boring!

  3. preckie responded on February 2nd, 2007 at 5:23 pm | permalink

    i agree that V for Vendetta is great! the film was shown to us by our history professor; it seems that he agreed with the “taking the law into your own hands” point of view. i do too, actually! however, when a person has no distinct sense of morality, the movie can easily sway him/her into making illegal methods of having justie served.

  4. Lasse Havelund responded on February 6th, 2007 at 3:20 pm | permalink

    Sadie: Why don’t you like it? What’s so boring about it?

  5. Mimz responded on February 12th, 2007 at 3:03 am | permalink

    Ah, I adore this movie. It was as powerful as 1984 and Fahrenheit 451 were in the literary world.


  6. hohoo responded on February 17th, 2007 at 2:28 am | permalink

    the movie is really good, but the end is kinda weird.

  7. Iron Cook responded on February 22nd, 2007 at 8:52 am | permalink

    I liked this movie because it shows just how powerful the media is, they are our eyes and ears, they practically tell us what to think. It’s freaky when you realize all of our news in the US comes from 6 corporations, talk about lack of differing opinions. I have faith in the internet though, it’s the last medium where the little guys still have a voice that can influence people. But that may change if Net Neutrality dies.

    I really like your site layout, nice work!

  8. probabilityzero responded on March 2nd, 2007 at 6:05 am | permalink

    I never read the comic it was based on, but I saw the movie twice and really liked it.

    True story: I gave a dvd of the movie to my history teacher, and he started watching it during lunch. When class started again, he was so caught up in the movie that he decided to skip the lesson and show the rest of the movie during class.

  9. jez responded on April 25th, 2007 at 7:22 am | permalink

    great review of an awesome movie.
    it’s just that his face looks so weird!

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