There's no code to decipher. Da Vinci is a dud -- a dreary, droning, dull-witted adaptation of Dan Brown's religioso detective story. show more
Even as a visual aid, though, The Da Vinci Code is a deep-dyed disappointment. Paris by night never looked murkier. show more
McKellen, Hanks and Tautou - and Alfred Molina, as a bishop with an agenda - are no slouches when it comes to emoting, but screenwriter Goldsman's rigorously faithful interpretation of Brown's flatfooted prose stylings is the filmic equivalent of putting big chewy baguettes in the actors' maws. show more
The Da Vinci code is a movie which attempts to show that Christ was evil, and all those around him were evil. Probably most of those who were involved including the author of the book were Jewish and the movie was financed by Jewish movie makers in an attempt to justifiy there religions rejecting of Christ and his teachings.
I\'ve watched it so many times I\'ve lost count. Loved it!!!!
I loved this movie. From the opening scenes to the wonderful conclusion, this rates as one of my all time favorites.