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Current Rating: 4.32

Current Rating: 4.32

based on 3842 votes and 427 reviews

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  • 5 stars This is a movie that I can enjoy once a year. Visually amazing. love the casting. If you've never seen, you must watch it at least once.
  • 5 stars better than the usual movies made. would recommend to anyone.
  • My favourite movie of all time. Love how V thinks and blows stuff up to make a point. Very dope movie. And no one can kill or give a killer death treat to 1812 overture better than V.
  • although the hero was masked all the time, he succeeded in giveing the feelings, attitudes, emotions that at the end of the movie one can cry on his death. also the heroen has a craftsmanship in her facial expressions in the transformation of her character from weekness into strenght. well done... realy well done.
  • All I can say is that I fell in love with Hugo Weaving in this movie, too!!! I watch it over and over again. What a great movie!!
  • Very good. Loved it. Defintely one of the best movies of 2006.
  • Best movie of `06 HANDS DOWN!!
  • remember, remember, the fith of november. I know i will! this movie rocked! Best movie of 06 so far, a must see!
  • This is the best movie with Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman so far.!!!!! the action is awesome the stroy is awesome and "V" is just sooo perfect I LOVED IT 5/5***** Humble
  • Could have called it V for Vocabulary. Listening to the hero`s mastery of the English language was an orgasmic experience. The movie has depth and action. Definitely the best of its genre for a long time.

V for Vendetta

Genre:  Action | Running Time:  132 min.
Release date:  March 17, 2006 | On DVD/VOD:  August 1, 2006

Current rating: Rating: 4.32
based on 3842 votes and 427 reviews
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Cast: Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving, Stephen Rea, Stephen Fry, John Hurt, Tim Pigott-Smith, Rupert Graves, Ben Miles, Valerie Berry, Sinead Cusack