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here is the trailer for the movie one of the best ever graphic novels
Unless it's about a team of gay super heroes?
totally awesome, but it'll probably be a dissappointment :( Still, I'm irrationally excited.
v for vendetta gets done it should be a good movie
V for Vendetta was good too. I think we're pretty much the only people on earth who did.
i thought it was excellent, as do most people it seems as its in the imdb top 250
I am in the majority.
Maybe it's just the cooler-than-thou indie music boards I sometimes peruse that have given me that impression.
It got utterly slated in the cinema press, but great reviews on DVD. I really liked it, but...
not sure about this. At all. I don't see how it's gonna work. I hope I'm wrong.
is terrible. makes it look like the movie will be full of ANGST.
It looks good but I think it'll be over stylised and miss many of the subtlities that make the book so good.
is by Smashing Pumpkins - it was from 1995 and was on the soundtrack of Batman & Robin. It will not be in the movie, which will have an original orchestral score.
I am quite looking forward to the movie but it concerns me that they have cut Tales of the Black Freighter from the plot (it will form a DVD extra somehow).
the DVD having the Black Freighter as a seperate extra or an option to watch it intercut with the movie.
But then I read someplace else that My Chemical Romance will be covering Dylan (or someone like that) for the soundtrack.
fuckfuckfuck it's true
I hope that it's as fucking incidental to anything in the film as it could get....playing over the end credits would be possibly acceptable, or maybe playing on a radio in the background of one of the scenes, Eastenders style.
I really do NOT wanna see Veidt's monster blowing up New York to this shit blaring from the surround sound.
I'd like to see a film about Alc*** instead
bit too "It was a time of war...and a time for heroes..." trailer stylee for my taste. Don't like Snyder's I've-got-a-slo-mo-button-and-I'm-gonna-use-it-A-LOT.
But having said that, can't bloody wait, I'm going to enjoy it I'm sure.
Which, in my book, makes it a faithful adaptation.
Iconoclasm. That's a very rare opinion to have.
I can't stand Firefox, either.