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Re: The Da Vinci Code (2006)
« on: March 20, 2013, 05:24:20 am »
If you remember and maybe not, The book Da Vinci Code was just doing phenomenal. Everyone was reading it. Then the Catholic church tried to poo poo it and that probably just boosted it even more. It was on the charts forever. A movie was inevitable and the hype machine kept on rambling.

I loved the book. It was an easy read and rather fascinating. I read it as fiction, but like everything else, there are extremists and took it as revealing facts and possibly painting a bad picture of the church. Spin control.

I was excited about the movie. I did not see it when it came out, but despite luke warm word being spread, it made a ton of money to become the 2nd highest grossing film of 2006 and forging ahead with the sequel. So by the time it came out on DVD, I finally got to see it. It was apparent the concensus was right. Not much hereÖ move along. Iím not even sure I cared or saw Angels and Demons.

But the Da Vinci Code is one of those movies that by the number did well, but dare say anybody remember it or care?
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