I don’t know why I post these things at another blog. But I feel that the Multiplyâ„¢ format fits movie reviews best. Or I can blame Rachel. Anyways, the review is over here.
That seems to all end with the craptacular Da Vinci Code. There are only a handful of movies that I have turned off before they finish. After a good solid attentive twenty movies I just simply couldn’t convince myself that I cared anymore. I got bored and I turned it off. I think it was the hair. What the fuck was up with his hair? And flagellates. Yuck. It doesn’t surprise me that every idiot in the world loved this book.
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You know, I read “The Da Vinci Code,” and I felt that after every chapter, the author wanted me to gasp out loud. Well, I didn’t. I thought it was a mediocre book that was simply written so it could eventually be sold as a screenplay. Take THAT, Dan Brown!
Consequently, I never saw the movie. Plus, I love Audrey Tatou and “Amelie” so much, I’m just going to pretend she was never in “The Da Vinci Code.” I’m wiping her slate clean of that mess.
capote was one of my favorite movies last year
it was beautiful and brutal