Thursday, November 17, 2005

Now, if the film's as great as its posters...

The movie version of Alan Moore's anarchistic graphic novel V for Vendetta finally hits theaters nationwide on March 17, after a four-month delay. I'm still anticipating that I won't be disappointed by the film. But even if I am, who cares as long as the posters for the movie look like this?! Beautiful! It's always nice to see the word "freedom" used on movie posters and book jackets, since it happens so seldom... And are these posters examples of German Expressionism or what?


At 5:58 AM, Blogger Warren Bluhm said...

Wow, if the film is as true to the source material as the posters are, it will be one kick-ass production! Once upon a time that was too much to hope for, but many of the comics adaptations of recent years have shown it can be done.

At 9:34 PM, Blogger Joel Schlosberg said...

There was an interview that Moore did with the Onion which was pretty cool, at the end he talks about being an anarchist.


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