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March 20, 2006 | R. Kinsey Lowe, Times Staff Writer
The V in "V for Vendetta" could stand for a lot of things, depending on who's talking. "Vituperative," for example, would be one way of summing up the film's reviews in major newspapers. As the movie took in an estimated $26.1 million for its opening weekend, the word for producer Joel Silver would be "vindicated." The Warner Bros.
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March 20, 2006 | R. Kinsey Lowe, Times Staff Writer
The V in "V for Vendetta" could stand for a lot of things, depending on who's talking. "Vituperative," for example, would be one way of summing up the film's reviews in major newspapers. As the movie took in an estimated $26.1 million for its opening weekend, the word for producer Joel Silver would be "vindicated." The Warner Bros.
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March 13, 2006 | Chris Lee and Geoff Boucher, Times Staff Writers
When the title character wears a plastic mask every minute that he is on screen and you have a beautiful female lead, well, it's a no-brainer that Natalie Portman is the face for "V for Vendetta," the dark Orwellian suspense film that hits theaters Friday and is getting promising early reviews. Warner Bros.
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March 13, 2006 | Chris Lee and Geoff Boucher, Times Staff Writers
When the title character wears a plastic mask every minute that he is on screen and you have a beautiful female lead, well, it's a no-brainer that Natalie Portman is the face for "V for Vendetta," the dark Orwellian suspense film that hits theaters Friday and is getting promising early reviews. Warner Bros.
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