Yahoo User Movie Reviews: The Da Vinci Code
You wouldn't think that a story about Tom Hanks trying to figure out a secret religious conspiracy involving an evil priest would be accused of being anti-Christian, but Yahoo users found a way. Plus: general fury!
not good movie hard to understand
by sickasscriminals May 19, 2006
5 of 27 people found this review helpful
din not like it is not a good movie for entertainment because it involes things that should belong to the script
Josh: I know what you mean -- some things are pretty hard to understand.
by firstname.lastname@example.org May 19, 2006
5 of 23 people found this review helpful
THIS MOVIE IS NOT MUCH LIKE THE BOOK. IT CONTAINS INFORMATION THAT WAS NOT IN THE BOOK.
by woodelectric24 May 19, 2006
7 of 32 people found this review helpful
it was a made up dump story, with all fictional story telling
Anti-Christian Lemming Movie
by big_fat_red1 May 19, 2006
14 of 55 people found this review helpful
That's all this fluff movie is. It has tons of anti-christian sentiments and fairy tales which the atheist and other anti-religious lemmings love to believe without any facts or rational thoughts.
Captain Irony: Who summons me?!
by maucal May 19, 2006
4 of 21 people found this review helpful
this story is terrible really.....bad visual effects, people dont recive a message, the actors are very poor, this film sounds like a Harry Potter film for adults
Ron Howard: Damn it, I knew we shouldn't have named one of the towns Shmogwarts!
Waste of money and distortion of Christianity
by fallenangle9999 May 19, 2006
23 of 96 people found this review helpful
Even though the film is based on the fictional book by Dan Brown, it stills depict the distortion of Christianity which is totally the opposite of the truth about Jesus. This will confuse young Christians and Christian children's faith and make them put doubt on the Holy Bible.
Child who was forced to watch the movie: MOMMY I'M CONFUSED THE BIBLE MUST BE WRONG
Dan Brown attended Sunday School, Sang in Church!
by carryingthetruth May 19, 2006
1 of 3 people found this review helpful
Brown sang in the church choir, attended Sunday school, and spent summers at church camp. There was no television, and the social environment was mostly Christian. He must have rebelled as a young adult and resulted in works of anti-Catholic propaganda. Check it out for yourself (cut and paste): www en. wikipedia. org / wiki / Dan_Brown I did a search engine and found this info. I don't want to watch a movie by a Man who obviously has issues with his past!
Josh: Dan Brown, how could you? SO DARK THE CON OF MAN
I will Not see The Movie.
by yldflwers5 May 20, 2006
I will not pay for something that is untrue, it is like just paying satin
Josh: I for one would rather pay for a fine fabric than see a movie that isn't even true!