Cracking the Da Vinci Code
Host and author of international best-seller Cracking The Da Vinci Code, Simon Cox, takes you on an in depth journey through the heart of the mysteries behind Dan Brown's best-selling novel The Da Vinci Code. This comprehensive documentary cuts through the confusion, ultimately cracking Da Vinci's code and revealing the remarkable truth behind the legend of the Holy Grail.
- Stars:Andy Lau, Rene Liu, You Ge, Baoqiang Wang, Bingbing Li, Wei Fan, Yuanzheng Feng, Biao Fu, Ka Tung Lam, Lei Lee, Susan Davies, Stephen A. Hoeller, Mark Oxbrow, Lynn Picknett, Clive Prince,
- Director:Simon Cox,
- Writer:Simon Cox, Geof Petch
Author Simon Cox takes you on a journey to the action sites of Dan Brown's novel and introduces the authors and thinkers that were Brown's inspiration. An EXTRA section delves into a deeper mystery behind The Da Vinci Code. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cracking the Da Vinci Code torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: The "Director" and the "Writer" should be charged with crimes against humanity for making this trainwreck.
(mx) wrote: i almost wanna say that i've seen it...
(es) wrote: This movie inspired me to listen to real good music
(de) wrote: Interesting, but one of Fellini's weakest films.
(it) wrote: Nice to see Ann-Margaret branch out but I still find her shrill and grating, even when she's not singing or doing her bizarre herky jerky style of dance. This is a dopey little potboiler that was probably popular as a drive-in movie. Good performances all around but none of the characters are all that likable so it's hard to care what happens to any of them - even the supposed good guys.
(nl) wrote: I'd like to see this movie!
(nl) wrote: Directed and co-written by Akira Kurosawa, this touching and moving drama was partially inspired by Leo Tolstoy's 1886 novella The Death of Ivan Ilyich. You could almost say this is Kurosawa's take on It's A Wonderful Life (1946), and there are parallels in places. But this was the one that helped put Kurosawa on the map as a internationally renowned talent, and it was onwards and upwards after the success of this. Set in Tokyo, bureaucrat Kanji Watanabe (Takashi Shimura) is a middle aged man who has held the same monotonous position for about 30 years, and nothing has changed in that time. His wife is dead, and his son Sakai (Haruo Tanaka) doesn't have much time for his father, only his money. However, when Kanji learns that he has stomach cancer and will die within a year, something changes in him. He decides not to tell his son, and he ends up spending a lot of time in nightclubs in Tokyo. He starts spending more time outside the office and when he meets office employee Toyo Odagiri (Miki Odagiri), he begins to embrace and enjoy life a lot more. It's a sentimental drama without becoming unbearably mawkish, and it's an ode to the joys of life you can find if you just get out of your daily routine more. This would win a Special Prize at the 1954 Berlin International Film Festival, and for his follow-up, Kurosawa unleashed Seven Samurai (1954).
(nl) wrote: This movie makes me want to go to Italy even more!
(us) wrote: not great but a lot of fun to look at
(us) wrote: A badass movie at best by John Carpenter