Friday, August 04, 2006

Observation on last night's movie
(The Da Vinci Code)

I've probably said it before, but it's still true. It's always a bad sign when the audience cracks up laughing at the emotional climax of the film.

3 Comments:

Morton T Fogg said...

The audience reactions were the best part of the movie, I think. Personally, I was having a hard time staying awake for the last ... oh, I dunno ... 2 or 2.5 hours of the movie.

shrinkykitten said...

I've heard that a lot of people laughed at "inappropriate" spots. Why on earth did you go see it though? The US has so many better film exports.

StyleyGeek said...

Free films (university film club: pay $50 and get free entrance to all their films for the year-- of which there are 8 or 9 shown a week).

When free stuff is involved, I can't help myself. But the movie theatre was REALLY packed. So a lot of people must have been expecting it to be good.