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Davinci Code

I didn't read the book, so I missed something presumably. Apparently not: third week in it's still showing five times a day at my local cinema (Fulham) and the seats were 75% full (Sunday Bank Holiday.)

But I didn't get the impression my fellow audience were that impressed either: no-one sat riveted in their seats beyond much of the credits.

This film is OLD-HOLLYWOOD: it will make them money, because they didn't invent or need to market the plot, and they still have the distribution network, so it's a safe profit.

The film is lame and has one of those rather sickly apple-pie endings: OK, the Christian Church manipulated history and wars for two centuries by lying and killing, but it's your faith that is the real force for good.

That's nice.




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