V for Vendetta posterWell, sort of it. The Wachowskibrothers-penned, James McTeigue-directed V for Vendetta was the final movie screened at Harry Knowles' seventh annual Butt-Numb-A-Thon (AKA a single, marathon screening that lasts fully 24 hours). Everyone who saw it was completely sleep-deprived, so it's unlikely that the reactions we're going to be reading over the next couple of days were created by fully functional brains but hey, at least we get to read something, right? The first mini-review that I've found comes from a very sleepy Matt Dentler, who wrote "I still think the film is a lot more abstract and expressionistic than fans are going to expect. It's a very political film, full of debate about government leaders, alienation, and terrorism. There are some massive action setpieces, but the film is really more about political bonds between the disenfranchised."

Make of that what you will - the movie is due in March and, according to Knowles, will have its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival in February.