Natalie Portman: 10 Greatest movies of all time

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- Episode 1738 -- Pictured: Host Natalie Portman during a promo in 30 Rockefeller Plaza -- (Photo by: Rosalind O'Connor/NBC via NBC Media Village)
SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- Episode 1738 -- Pictured: Host Natalie Portman during a promo in 30 Rockefeller Plaza -- (Photo by: Rosalind O'Connor/NBC via NBC Media Village) /
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#3 V for Vendetta

Original Release Date: The movie premiered in theaters March 17, 2006.

Box Office Earnings: V for Vedetta gathered $132.5 million total. From this sum, $70.5 million are domestic number, $62 million international. The reported budget is $54 million, according to Box Office Mojo.

Critical Acclaim: The list for wins and nominations for V for Vendetta is so large, it has its own page on Wikipedia! Some of its nominations include Best Visual Effects at the Satellite Awards. Best Actress (Portman), Best Writing, and Best Science Fiction Film at the Saturn Awards. At the Teen Choice Awards, the movie was nominated for Choice Action Adventure and Choice Actress (Portman). At Rotten Tomatoes, the movie has a score of 73% Fresh.

About the Role: In the dystopian political thriller, Natalie Portman plays Evey, a young woman who get entangled in V’s mission. V is portrayed by Hugo Weaving, an anarchist freedom fighter who wants to start a revolution by any means necessary.

Simply the Best: Visually stunning and wonderfully performed, V for Vedetta is one of the best movies of all time in general, and it’s in part thanks to Natalie Portman.