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The Da Vinci Code (2006)

The Da Vinci Code

So Dark The Con Of Man

20062 h 29 min

When the curator of the Louvre is found murdered in the famed museum's hallowed halls, Harvard professor Robert Langdon and cryptographer Sophie Neve must untangle a deadly web of deceit involving the works of Leonardo da Vinci.

Title The Da Vinci Code
Original Title The Da Vinci Code
Languages English, French, Latin, Spanish
Director of Photography Salvatore Totino
Original Music Composer Hans Zimmer
Author Dan Brown
Adult No
Tagline So Dark The Con Of Man
Budget $125,000,000
IMDb Id tt0382625
Certification PG-13
Release Date 17 May 2006
Director Ron Howard
Revenue $758,239,851
Runtime 2 h 29 min
Movie Subtitles English
Movie Media DVD
Movie Format HD
Movie Language English
Movie Status Available
Movie Rating Excellent

The Da Vinci Code (2006) Synopsis

Louvre museum curator was killed in the Louvre, before died, he left a terrible symbol, and disturbed the symbol expert Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks). During the investigation, Landon met his granddaughter, Sophie Neveu (Audrey Tautou), after several times distress, a close call, gradually fall in love.

With the deepening of the case, they gradually found the murder hidden a big secret, even implicated the mysterious organization which has hidden many years: Priory of Sion. Langdon
look for a noble steed to correspond with the one drawn, he find all the decryption key is hidden in the works of Da Vinci, the most shocking is the story of Sophie becoming complicated, who is she? Priory of sion reappearing, what’s their purpose?

Country: USA | Malta | France | UK

Language: English | French | Latin | Spanish

Release Date: 18 May 2006 (China)

Runtime: 149 min | 174 min (extended cut)

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The Da Vinci Code

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The story is very good, the film can shoot a little better.

Religion – Mysterious – Faith

Not as good as book

The plot is very attractive

Although I know in advance, the greater the hope of a film, often the greater the disappointment after watched it

Almost half given 10 points, half rates 1 points. May be some audience has read the original novel before watch the film, some not read the book.

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