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Da Vinci Code

For those who have already read the book. it should come as no surprise as to how cliched and ridiculous the film is. The fundamental messages and theories are interesting, but that's all. The unravelling of the story itself iin the book and the film, is full of Hollywood drama and stereotypes - if you don't like that, I would advise against seeing/reading either, unless you can withstand the cheese and just focus on the subject matter. Surely any film/book that encourages the younger generation to question the world, and what they are told, is a good thing. How would we progress otherwise? The findings of Gallileo being a fine example.

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