Mini-Review: V for Vendetta

V for Vendetta. 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.


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