Wednesday, May 17, 2006

'Da Vinci Code' Seen As Cursory and Rushed

Christians are outraged and albinos are offended and people around the world who haven't even seen the film are angry simply, it seems, in preparation for being angry. But everyone can just take a deep breath and calm down. Because the "The Da Vinci Code" is finally coming to theaters, and its biggest sin has nothing to do with the supposedly blasphemous nature of the source material, Dan Brown's blockbuster page turner. Rather, its sin is of omission. Even at two and a half hours, director
Ron Howard's adaptation feels cursory and rushed. [More]


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