The Da Vinci Code

Rated: PG-13 Running Time: 149 Minutes Year: 2006 Boobs: Zero One Sentence: I am related to Jesus. Now before we get into this one, if I decided to go to school forever and get a PHD in something, it would most likely have been religious studies. So what that means is I pretty much totally geek out on anything like this. I think however many people do as well. The idea of proof or disproof of god is something many people are interested in. Many people do not take the next step to see what is real and what is not in this story, and that is where the controversy comes from. However what I am saying here is that most likely my review is bias just based on the subject matter. As always I have not read the book. So what did I think about the most anticipated movie of the summer, well I mean if you don't count snakes on a plane. I thought it was all right. Not the steaming pile of crap all the "real" critics said it was. It held my attention throughout the whole movie, it was interesting. I like treasure hunts, and puzzles, and holy grail shit, and the whole thing I think plays to a lot of people with certain triggers. However if you are not into this, I could totally see how you would be totally bored with this movie. It is slightly slow, and no one in the movie commands your attention. It is all very low key, and you hope that the audience is into the story and that will keep you paying attention. Luckily for me, I was. I think if you are not into the idea of this type of stuff, you could be fine renting it, actually I think anyone could be fine renting it, I would not rush to the theater to pay for it. Unless of course you have to see Tom Hanks terrible hair cut which is some crazy horrible event in itself that could rip the very fabric of all that our society is based on. Maybe. //” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.

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