This is an entertaining movie, especially if you’re part of the “Matrix generation.” The Wachowski Brothers prove that there is life after the Matrix trilogy, especially after “Matrix Revolutions,” which I consider one of the most disappointing films of the decade. V for Vendetta will entertain you, and it makes me smile the way I unintentionally relate its story to the original Edsa Revolution. Triumph of Anarchy? Of course I mean no disrespect for authorities, it’s just that the “A” word could have a meaning so honest:
The word “anarchy,” as most anarchists use it, does not imply chaos, nihilism, or anomie, but rather a harmonious anti-authoritarian society that is based on individual self-determination and personal involvement.