Angels & Demons

2009

Action / Mystery / Thriller

284
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 37%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 57%
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 240552

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Cast

Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon
Ewan McGregor as Camerlengo Patrick McKenna
Stellan Skarsgård as Commander Richter
Ayelet Zurer as Vittoria Vetra
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2hr 18 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by thos40 1 / 10

Almost as bad as Independence Day

The implausibility of the plot has been noted by several commentators, particularly the immense amount of trouble Fr McKenna would have had to have gone to, and the sheer impossibility of some of the calculations he would have had to have made, including that Langdon was going to decipher each clue in minutes. McKenna is branded; a few seconds later he is giving orders, and a few minutes later, he is running (literally) around in charge of operations -- in real life, he would be in shock. And, as usual in thrillers, the assassin doesn't kill the heroes, giving as his only lame explanation that they were not on the list of those to be killed, as though every other innocent bystander he shot was. I have always used Independence Day as the hallmark of a truly awful film (US President commandeers jet plane and beats off aliens, ha ha), and this effort runs it close. For such an implausible film, Angels and Demons contains a remarkable number of predictable incidents. Who didn't laugh knowingly when the assassin went to get his reward in the Volkswagen? I felt like shouting, "You are going to be blown up". Who didn't know that the heroine was going to find a body in the lab? Who didn't spot the baddie? Technically also, the film was awful. The dialogue was more often indecipherable than clear, while the races across Rome to the next church were accompanied by deafening music. Moreover, many scenes looked like mud. The one redeeming feature was the shots of Rome and what looked like the Vatican -- an achievement, because I am sure that the Vatican officials would not have wanted this dross shot in and around St Peter's -- and the interiors were convincing. Rome is a magic place, and I enjoyed seeing it fleetingly.

Reviewed by melika-beauty 1 / 10

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The film was terribly tedious and long In the third millennium, making such films is a waste of time and a waste of the material resources of a community I think directors and screenwriters of such films should be sanctioned This means that no one will go to the movies for many years The people of the world maybe unemployed, but they are not at the hands of people It was worth nothing to watch free of charge Because my valuable time and my likes took What really worthless things are done for money

Reviewed by DylanW 5 / 10

Luck-Lustre and completely unbelievable

"Angels & Demons" is the first sequel to "The DaVinci Code", with Tom Hanks (playing Robert Langdon) being the only returning cast member. Once again, the film deals with conspiracies surrounding the Pope. This time, it's the Pope, the Illuminati and the Vatican in general. The movie, although filled with a great cast, is luck-lustre and features unbelievable action sequences and somewhat twisted motives. The feeling surrounding this film is not great, and fails as a predecessor to the fantastic conspiracy in "The DaVinci Code". Overall "Angels & Demons", overall, was not as interesting as "The DaVinci Code", and only passes as an OKAY film.

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