What if the story of The Da Vinci Code could be told from Silas's point of view? And what if Silas were an actual person with albinism thrust into a world of secret codes, mystery, and assassination?





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Cast overview, first billed only:
David Engel ...
Captain Fascist
David Arden Engel ...
Captain Fascist
Jocelyn S. Neptune ...
Mark O'Leary ...
Bob Bangdon
Jeffrey Phillips ...
The Preacher (as Jeffrey B. Phillips)
Brian Silliman ...
Officer Howard
Alyssa Chamberlain ...
English Girl
Sereivuth Eang ...
Officer Grazer
David Hurley ...
Matrix Twin
Eric Mill ...
Hooligan 2
Giovanni Pantaleo ...
Brother Goldsman
Ezra Stevens ...
Hooligan 1


What if the story of The Da Vinci Code could be told from Silas's point of view? And what if Silas were an actual person with albinism thrust into a world of secret codes, mystery, and assassination?

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da vinci code | spoof | parody | albino | See All (4) »


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Short | Comedy



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12 May 2006 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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I admire the effort and enjoyed it more the second time, but I still have some reservations.
28 July 2006 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

I submitted an unfair review of this film about a week ago to IMDb. The movie's director, Aaron Howland, actually contacted me about it. I made some allegations about "false voting" because the movie's rating was about 9.0/10 (or something in that region) and featured two 10-star reviews by authors who hadn't been active on the site since submitting their comments. I said some things I shouldn't have and was corrected by Mr. Howland. It turns out that the reason the movie had so many positive votes is because people who are part of their e-mail list were notified of the movie's entry on IMDb and, as a result, came here and voted for the film as fans would typically do. And it turns out that - to the best of my knowledge - Mr. Mann didn't do much vote boosting here either. Anyway, I appreciated Mr. Howland's comments and decided to give this film another chance. I still have some reservations about it, but this time when watching it I guess I didn't have as much of a prejudice against it from the start and wasn't as hard on it. It's a low-budget independent flick so it would be stupid to criticize it on the level of a mainstream production. Its humor, as I said in my original review, is a bit basic in some portions, but that may appeal to others more so than myself - and I'll admit it was funnier the second time around.

My one complaint I still hold is that the gag reel at the end probably goes on a bit too long. Usually I enjoy a gag reel during credits of movies like "Rush Hour," but sometimes - such as the ten minute + gag reel at the end of "The Master of Disguise" - they just go on too long...especially if the movie is short to begin with. I understand that Mr. Howland probably had a good portion of material he thought was funny - outtakes from the production - but this may not appeal as much to people who were not involved with the production of the film. Of course, I could be wrong and someone else may find it completely hilarious. I suppose humor is really in the eye of the beholder...or something like that.

The acting isn't bad considering its roots as a non-mainstream picture with a mostly unrecognizable cast. There are some clever jokes - more so in the middle than the beginning or end.

I can't find it in myself to lie and say I thought this was very good - I think some jokes fall a bit flat and the general structure is a bit sloppy at times - but then again I am going to be harder on movies because I've been criticizing them on this site for a few years now.

What I appreciate is the cast and crew's apparent enthusiasm for film-making, and as an occasional filmmaker myself who has made a few short features and a documentary film I know how hard it can be to work with limited equipment and supplies.

All considered, I'd give this a slight recommendation for people who are tolerable of independent features. I see some potential and wish Mr. Howland the best of success in the future, because I think if he takes the better aspects of this movie and makes another, using them to his advantage, the result would probably be a bit more consistent.

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