It's no secret that the HowStuffWorks staff likes to take things apart and see what makes them tick. Some of us are also the kind of sticklers who point out science and technology mistakes in TV shows and movies, much to the chagrin of the people listening. But when we heard about the controversy surrounding "The Da Vinci Code," we couldn't resist picking it apart.
In this article, you'll learn what happened when we took a close, hard look at "The Da Vinci Code" and how it uses science, technology, art and history
Before you go out and watch the "The Da Vinci Code", read this. Impress your date by telling her things like, "You know, that can't happen. The Louvre uses liquid soap in their restrooms. Not soap bars...".
I hear the theaters here in the Philippines are packing them in. Except of course in the city of Manila where it is reported that empty headed, hypocritical politicians banned the movie at the behest of catholic nut jobs who think that the FICTIONAL movie is porn.
I may have finally stumbled upon the real reason Catholic priests are against the movie. You see, the movie made the assumption that Jesus Christ is married and may have had children which is as untrue as the assumption that most Catholic Priests are straight and do not molest children...