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Discussion in 'DC Comics Films' started by Chris Wallace, Mar 24, 2006.
Haven't done this in a while.
Do women think?
My girlfriend, who didn't read the graphic novel and actually finds it childish of me to be interested in such things, absolutely loved the movie. She said that it "is easily in my top 5 favorite movies of all time."
Cool. My wife wasn't really into comics when we met, but she watched the "X-Men" series religiously, & she loved "Batman" 89 as well as the X-Men movies.
Now she'll read any title that sounds interesting, is a HUGE Black Panther fan & went nuts over "V". In fact, she's mad at me right now for not telling her about it being in IMAX; we'll most likely be doing that this weekend.
My girlfriend hated it and so did I.
To each his (or her) own.
I'm gonna ignore that; I like the sig-who said that?
my mom really liked it. she said it was very intence. and she said and it was very good.
To DWIGHT 22
I still dont' understand how anyone can hate this movie. They may not like it, but to 'hate' it? What a great couple with great tastes in movies...
My girlfriend..LOVED the ideals and characters of the movie. She loved the opening speech made by V, and thought it was clever.
My friend's girlfriend really liked the movie.
My mom seems really interested in it. Says she likes the concept of it.
I liked it (7.5/10) My sister seems like she kinda had huge problems with it (I did too, gave it a 6 to 6.5 out of ten) My mom liked it and my neice never really tells me what she likes, I assume she thought that it was okay. Nobody loved the movie though.
I'm a girl by the way.
I'm a girl and I loved the movie. I actually had to convince my boyfriend to see it with me in the theater--he thought it was just okay.
I'm a girl (GaspHorrorShock!) And I adored this movie!
(and yes, you bum, *glares at War Lord* I can think.)
I loved the entire movie, (although I was not too partial to the violence.) The view of the future scared me, really, it could happen! And the story made you really think. And (call me an overly sensitive female) but I cried at then end.
Oh, and I had another reason to like it that guys never would:
Oh my god V.
I am in love with a fictional character. His voice is like oh I dunno, melted butter on silk. Or Something like that. And the way he moves and talks, and id such a gentleman. Oh god, I'm in love. But yeah. I'm a crazy rabid fangirl, so shoot me.
I'm Renn by the way.
Why isn't there a sister option? Anyway, my sister liked it just not as much as me.
I'm a girl and to the jack whoever said "girls think?"...............XDWAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
I loved this movie. The action, the story, the acting. The only problem I had was the rememberance of the woman from the detention cells. I'm straight so it isn't hard to guess why I had a wierd time with part, but then again I just don't like sex at all in my movies.
The action rocked. The history rocked. It was one of the best stories I've ever seen put into movie form. I'm sooooooooooo glad I decided to watch V instead of Ultraviolet hehehe.
I don't remember them having sex in the movie, just falling in love.
I didn't say they did in that movie but the jist was there.
Well then couldn't you say that about almost every movie made. Usually someone is in love or married or dating in a film.
True, but I don't enjoy watching other people do stuff, ya know.
I should stop talking shouldn't I?
And we all know you're on in the same.
Yes, we do.
I don't have a wife or girlfriend, but I went to see it with my sister and mother and they both loved it.
Chick weighing in: 'Twas awesome.
"My girlfriend/wife/FIANCEE loved "V for Vendetta"!