Mostly known as the film where Natalie Portman shaves her hair off, the film itself is very thought provoking. A young woman (Portman) is rescued from a life-and-death situation by a masked man known as V. She becomes his unlikely ally in the culmination of his plan to bring freedom and justice back to a totalitarian society in a futuristic London. The film leaves you with a strange Orwellian feeling, as V’s famous quote echoes in your ears, “People shouldn’t be afraid of their governments, it’s the government that should be afraid of the people.”
5 stars out of 5
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Author:Bret Easton Ellis
Slightly disturbing, Ellis tries to pass off this creepy novel as his autobiography. Filled with paranoia, the book narrates the writer’s life as a reformed party wild child into a dad who attempts his best to be a good role model, but really can’t manage to do so. Out of the fucked-up situations in the novel, the most memorable one is the attack of the killer Turby. Apparently a Mexican rip-off of the more sophisticated Furby. Confused? Just read the book and let yourself into the mind of one really fucked up novelist.