Saturday, March 18, 2006

☐ In LoVe…


Yes - I am a sucker for the tall creepy masked dude. The boots kick-ass too. I think the entire film was well designed & choreographed beautifully with breath-taking scenes. Not necessarily just in picture, but in literaturary, oscillating to it's climax - poetic. almost orgasmic...

Like with Brokeback Mountain, ok, so maybe it's not that this film was THAT good (nothing life-changing, history in-the-making, Over-the-Top killer experience), it's just that movies today, pretty much SUCKS SO BAD. It's of the required PERSONAL taste, laced with exultant subtlety... and V has me spellbound.

Sure, others may report flaws in Vendetta vs. the original "Novel", but nothing I would fuss over nor argue about til we are blue-in-the-face, (especially if one's Novel was never read or heard of). Such petty calculations are inevitable to pleasing the flood of heart-sewn critics. Non-the-less, can be over-looked. i.e., I think this film stands firm among TOP BILLING in comic/film history (if not, it should).

Even had I given the power, I wouldn't change a thing.. (except, maybe have ME play Evey ^_^ , but.. I think Natalie Portman's done the better job & a fine job she did).

One thing I'm confident - and it's that, come this Halloween, we'll be seeing PLENTLY of Vendettas roaming our streets. *fer joy*.


Blogger Allison said...

Yes, the masked guy is definitely one to swoon over.

11:58 PM  
Blogger JOSE LOPEZ said...

Hey Celia!

Good to see you have started a Blog. Your art rock's!!


7:48 PM  
Anonymous Scott said...

You ARE weird.

– Nice adjustment though. ^_^

4:43 AM  
Anonymous melissa said...

I really enjoyed this film too.
Your work is so beautiful, I hope you keep posting! :)

2:24 PM  
Blogger © said...

... Thank you! :)
– ©

11:47 PM  
Anonymous V said...

A lady of wealth and taste.

You have an extraordinary gift.

3:48 AM  
Blogger tim said...

Actually read your post a few days ago.. Seeing I liked your list of fav films I went and saw V today and totally loved it.

thanks for the heads up

4:00 AM  
Blogger elequiz said...

today i found your web and blog. i think those are incredible...and you're incredible. i hope that you can help me in my ilustrations. i speak english a little bit and write a little more better...hope understand me. you are my evolution ..gorgeous you and your have a pretty beautiful eyes! i love them :P

also i saw the movie!!!! :| casually

7:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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2:43 AM  
Blogger iena razmi said...

Hey Celia!~ found your blog.AND I THINK I HAVE A CRUSH ON YOUR TALENTS!they're great!hope to see more..

6:59 PM  
Blogger Pol said...

I quite liked V for Vendetta, despite having taken the book to my heart when it first came out in about 83.

A few bits wrong. But generally it's the lumpen direction of the W Bros, and as a Brit Ms Portman's Dick Van Dyke School of English accents was dire.

Anyhow, it was Alan Moore the guy who wrote V that washed his hands of any connection to the film.

blah blah blah


Pol x

9:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm so happy to see your new work, I agree with so many folks here... your work makes me crazy!!!


7:56 AM  

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