The Da Vinci Code got a 25% endorsement rating on the film audit total site Rotten Tomatoes dependent on an example of 224 surveys and a normal rating of 4.7/10. The pundits’ agreement states: “What makes Dan Brown’s epic a blockbuster is clearly not present in this dull and enlarged motion picture adjustment of The Da Vinci Code.” The film was inadequately gotten at the Cannes Film Festival, where it appeared.
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Michael Medved gave the movie a negative audit, refering to it as “an assault on religion.” Anthony Lane of The New Yorker tended to the worries of Catholics in his movie survey, expressing that the movie “is plainly obvious, soul bringing down tripe that couldn’t possibly make a solitary individual from the herd divert beside the confidence.” In his Movie Guide, Leonard Maltin called the movie “a disappointment in each regard.” Director Howard noticed that the overwhelmingly negative surveys were “baffling” to him.
Alternately, Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times (who had spoken contrarily of the novel) gave the film three out of four stars, expressing, “The motion picture works; it’s including, interesting and continually appears on the edge of alarming disclosures.” Of the storyline, he likewise remarked, “Truly, the plot is foolish, yet then most motion picture plots are preposterous. That is the thing that we pay to see.” Lawrence Toppman of The Charlotte Observer, who likewise loved the film, gave it three and a half out of four stars and noted, “in contrast to most Hollywood blockbusters, this one accept crowd individuals will be brilliant.”