The Da Vinci Code Movie Review
Reprinted from a Communiqué to our Readers
Typical Question being answered: What did you think of the movie "The Da Vinci Code"?
Miguel de Portugal viewed the Da Vinci Code film when it premiered in Portugal one day earlier than in most (if not all) of the world - first showing of May 18th.
Following are his comments.
About Silas, the mad monk... or was it the "over zealous" monk? Of course, the Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei does not have monks but.... as the saying goes "The habit does not make the monk" - May those who have Eyes, See and Ears, Hear.
The movie indeed is a good Public Relations effort for the benefit of Opus Dei because what is presented about them appears to be so far off from any imaginable reality that it will be easily discounted by the general public. While, on the other hand, the blood line of a Jesus' descendant is presented in a very, very believable manner, which, in turn, is a perfect background set up for the presentation of the False Christ. Clever, isn't it?
Comments from the typical "movie goer" perspective:
(2) Not a "cliff hanger" at all; thus
(3) Felt that it was dragging on and on; and
(4) Silas will be a hit with the sado/masochist faction of the gay community. He may even become the "Poster Boy" of S&M.
Additional documents that we suggest reviewing as they relate, directly or indirectly, to Brown's story:
Truth about the aberrant behavior of some Popes.
A return to the pre Vatican II "Good Old Days"?
How far will the Vatican go to increase and maintain power? This far....
Originally sent to our List on May 19, 2006 @ 6 A.M. EST
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