quarta-feira, maio 17, 2006
Os críticos de cinema começaram ontem à noite a ver o filme Codigo Da Vinci, um dos mais esperados do ano, que terá receitas brutais. A Variety já publicou uma crítica, bem negativa. Dentro de 30 minutos sou eu que vou ver o filme!
The Da Vinci Code
By Todd McCarthy
A pulpy page-turner in its original incarnation as a huge international bestseller has become a stodgy, grim thing in its exceedingly literal-minded film version.
Tackling head-on novelist Dan Brown's controversy-stirring thriller hinging on a subversively revisionist view of Jesus Christ's life, director Ron Howard and screenwriter Akiva Goldsman have conspired to drain any sense of fun out of the melodrama, leaving expectant audiences with an oppressively talky film that isn't exactly dull but comes as close to it as one could imagine with such provocative material; result is perhaps the best thing the project's critics could have hoped for.