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Plucking the same violent, occult strings as "Da Vinci" while avoiding its leadenness, Angels keeps the action coming for the best part of 139 minutes. Read full review
The new movie is an opulent-bordering-on-hysterical mass of chitchat and chase scenes. Read full review
A far sight nimbler than its plodding predecessor, where the Holy Grail turns out to be a Holy Girl. The sequel is a little like CSI: Vatican City. Read full review
The movie can be enjoyed for the hell-raising hooey it is. Read full review
Despite the overlong running time, the action moves smoothly and swiftly. Read full review
Watching what Howard has done with the book - covering up the lewdness, blunting the snobbery, and spackling the amazing plot holes - is dismaying. This adaptation has the stink of superiority about it. Read full review
Preposterous. Read full review
Angels doesn't know when to quit: Just when you think it's over, it continues. Read full review
Presumably in response to criticism that "The Da Vinci Code" was static and talky, director Ron Howard has made Angels & Demons frantic -- and, well, talky. Read full review
Angels & Demons is a serious slog. Still, it's an odd kind of a slog that manages to keep you partially engaged, even at its most esoteric or absurd. Read full review
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