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The Da Vinci Code


The Da Vinci Code Movie Poster Genre : Drama / Mystery / Thriller

Director : Ron Howard

The Da Vinci Code Cast : Tom Hanks, Audrey Tautou, Ian McKellen, Alfred Molina, Jurgen Prochnow

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The Da Vinci Code Review/Plot :
While an Harvard symbologist, Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks), is in Paris for business, he receives a late-night phone call : the elderly curator of the Louvre Museum has been found murdered inside the museum. The police have found a baffling cipher near his body.
While he works to solve this enigmatic riddle, Langdon is extremely surprised when he discovers that it leads to a trail of clues hidden in the works of Leonardo Da Vinci, these clues are visible for all to see, even though they have been ingeniously disguised by the painter.

As Langdon joins his forces with a gifted French cryptologist, Sophie Neveu (Audrey Tautou), he learns the late curator was involved in the Priory of Sion -- which is a secret society that had noticeable members such as Sir Isaac Newton, Botticelli, Victor Hugo, and Da Vinci, among others.

Langdon and Neveu race breathlessly through London, Paris and beyond to solve the mystery. If the symbologist and the cryptologist fail to decipher the labyrinthine puzzle, the Priory's ancient secret will be lost forever and with it a certainly explosive historical truth.

The Da Vinci Code is certainly a must-see movie since everyone has at least heard about the best-selling (and highly attacked by critics) book.

review by Brian

Runtime : 149 min

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7.3/10 (4 votes)
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  The film simply breaks down
by Antonio Acquafredda

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Comment : You just had to feel a little bad for Ron Howard (a very little bad if you're Catholic) when his latest pet project, that infernal Dan Brown movie, debuted to jeers and derisive jabs at the Cannes Film Festival. Everyone's been buzzing about The Da Vinci Code's controversial religious and historical claims for years now, but it seems like it never occurred to anyone that the movie might end up being just plain bad.

With its outlandish claims about Christ and Christianity, however, it's no surprise that Christian critics share the negative response of mainstream reviewers.

In my opinion, A climactic sequence two hours into the movie seems to bring the film to a conclusion, but there's still more to come. Much more. Unfortunately, there's no momentum, no sense of grand revelation. The film simply breaks down.


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