The Da Vinci Code (12)

PUBLISHED: 16:47 19 October 2006 | UPDATED: 11:03 06 May 2010

The Da Vinci Code

The Da Vinci Code

DAN BROWN S novel makes it to the big screen and although the film version is far superior to its rather ridiculous parent, it is still a rather mindless affair. Even without the aid of reading the book beforehand the action is predictable and a disappoin

DAN BROWN'S novel makes it to the big screen and although the film version is far superior to its rather ridiculous parent, it is still a rather mindless affair.

Even without the aid of reading the book beforehand the action is predictable and a disappointment, and it doesn't presume that its audience wants to think about what they are watching.

The Da Vinci Code falls short of those two vital ingredients of mystery/chase movies - suspense and excitement.


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