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Cracking the Da Vinci Code (2004)

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Author Simon Cox takes you on a journey to the action sites of Dan Brown's novel and introduces the authors and thinkers that were Brown's inspiration. An EXTRA section delves into a deeper mystery behind The Da Vinci Code.

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Author Simon Cox takes you on a journey to the action sites of Dan Brown's novel and introduces the authors and thinkers that were Brown's inspiration. An EXTRA section delves into a deeper mystery behind The Da Vinci Code.

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19 January 2006 | by (United States - Pacific time zone) – See all my reviews

Hey, Simon Cox, don't give up your day job. The most boring documentary I've ever seen! It may have been the droning, monotone voice of the male narrator reading a continuous snaggle of dates and names from medieval times that became a sleep-inducing hum. Or it could have been the weird music on the front channel that overwhelmed some of the commentary which, btw, was so poorly written it would have taken an Olivier to make it pop. Or it could have been the home-movie-quality of the cinematography. I've seen documentaries using still photos and art that had more life. Interviews with so-called experts consisted of much high-faluting vocabulary about "possibilities." The only exception was the woman author of a book about the Templars, who was the only reason I hung in to the end. She at least had something interesting to say for the few minutes she was on camera. There is nothing to recommend this film which is astonishing considering the subject is so fascinating. One star for the few random tidbits I picked up about DaVinci. I got this as a free rental so at least no money was wasted. I would have demanded a refund otherwise.


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