Him J Branch (Him)
Attention All Viewers: PLEASE...Play close attention to this movie because it has a wide selection of subliminal messages spilling out the real honest truth about the secrets in today's society (world) #Truth #Illuminati #Kills #GodsPeopleAndWill
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Well... The ending was a little confusing and not very synced up to the book -Max Kohler, Leonardo Vetra, and CERN anyone?? (I was really looking forward to seeing the space jet) -The Hassassin was not arabic (nor did he get pushed off of a ledge). -Baggia survived?? -Carlo already knew the Pope was his actual father and didn't mention his mother. -The romance was absent between Robert and Vittoria. -The opening was a little off. -The whole antimatter case scenario was off, and Vittoria tired to recharge it on the spot. -The helicopter scene would've been better if Robert jumped on like he was supposed to. BUT +The acting was amazing! +The cinematics were great! +The antimatter explosion was amazing and so were the visual effects of it all! Point is, it was still great. If you want depth and deeper plot, read the book! If you want action and excitement, watch the movie! Although it was not exactly synchronized with the book, the movie still made an amazing job at portraying an interesting story! Would've been a lot better if Robert narrated the story and included all of the facts, though. That would've really helped.
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I found this to be a good movie! The pace was kept at a constant rate, hardly a dull moment much like the book. Tom Hanks known for his accurate character portrayals reflected the Robert Langdon of the books very well! Ron Howard has a great eye for detail in all of his movies and this one I believe he can proudly add to his collection as a success despite what both professional and amateur critics may say!
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