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Entry: V is for Verbigeration
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Official Comment From Jessica
(So apparently the line I quoted isn't in the teaser trailer that is currently online/linked. I wonder if we saw the regular trailer or a different version with that cut/line in? Not sure: Was busy laughing.)

From Curt Sawyer
Website: http://ussexcalibur.blogspot.com
OK, that is pretty damn funny.
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From Stef
"Right now I want to see what happens with the duck."

OMG. That is hilarious!
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From Mike
Website: http://herdingchaos.net
I think the movie was supposed to be released last November but was delayed due to the tube bombings in London.
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Official Comment From Jessica
Interesting.

So much for all those Oscars speeches about Hollywood not being afraid to talk about what's happening and take chances or not be impeded by things that shouldn't impede art.

From Curt Sawyer
Website: http://ussexcalibur.blogspot.com
Entertainment Weekly says the producers claim it wasn't the bombings but rather post-production issues that kept it delayed.
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From EM
I found watching V comparable to waiting for a dentist appointment and the dentist never showing up.

I wasn't entertained. I wasn't compelled to think afterwards. And it was entirely predictable all the way through. You make a lot of valid points, and maybe there was too much on the plate. A little focus would've went a long way.

Despite a couple of characters with great potential, the movie failed to make me care about any of them - good or bad. I was never rooting them on, or worried about them.

Set-ups and pay-offs were all over the place, often in back to back scenes, unfortunately. First, make me care or wonder. Second, make me worry or want.

I digress. The November tip might pay off with DVD sales. But the new year is still a long way off.
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From EM
Oh yeah, I was distracted watching V talk without his lips moving.
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From WestsideKef
Website: http://westsidekef.blogspot.com
Here is my quick comment on the movie:

The character is supposed to be dramatic and emotional even with the mask, (of course that may just be my interpretation,) yet when all the dialogue sounds like it is spoken...duotone (only slightly better than monotone) through a paper tube, you lose something.

Though in saying that, I was still entertained. I am a pretty easy sell on this type of movie.
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From Dariush
Website: http://www.dariushshafa.blogspot.com
Trailer 1 - Giant iPod appears. Dude looks at own iPod. Genius.

Trailer 2 - I knew Phillip Seymour Hoffman was going to be good way back when he was that turd in Scent of a Woman. He's brilliant.
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From Andre
J.Sto, I enjoyed this movie. And no, not because I liked The Matrix, and can't stop watching the Chateau and architect scenes from Reloaded, and no, not because I think Natalie Portman is hot. The thing made me want to see this movie (well, besides Portman and the Ws) was the sci-fi theme of total governmental control, and a hero who comes along to save the masses. Though his original ultimate goal would have led to another war, what do you do when you are being oppressed? To find that answer, Jessica Mae, think of William Wallace.
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