v for vendetta
director: jerry mcteigue
Remember, remember the 5th of November: it's a timely, surprisingly emotional and visually stunning film starring the loquacious Hugo Weaving (Elrond in Lord of the Rings; Agent Smith in The Matrix) as a modern-day Guy Fawkes anti-hero in fascist Britain. Natalie Portman takes a complicated and terrific journey to rebellion. See it in IMAX.
reviewed by: mina |  April 2006 [link] |  recommend 2 thumbs up

vince vaughn's wild west comedy show
director: ari sandel
The complete title of this movie is: Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show: 30 Days & 30 Nights Hollywood to the Heartland, and in it, Vince Vaughn and four stand up comedians go on the road for (how long?) 30 days and 30 nights. Don't worry, this combination of reality television and Spinal Tap is a lot of fun especially when the comedians are up on stage. Yeeee-hah-hah-hah.
reviewed by: jen |  February 2008 [link] |  recommend

virgin suicides, the
director: sofia coppola
This film looks amazing, lots of lush dreamy cinematography which runs counter to the sad story of male adolescent obsession. While never as eerie as something called "The Virgin Suicides" should be, it still manages to capture the isolation and otherworldliness that is the teenage years.
reviewed by: JohnLawton |  July 2000 [link] |  recommend

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