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Certification12 Our Rating

Robert Langdon is back and this time he's bringing the full force of his slightly ponderous lateral thinking to the dark secrets of the Illuminati. After the death of a pope the cardinals lock themselves away to decide upon a successor, but it soon becomes clear there is a killer in their midst, and, as the bodies pile up, Langdon must follow the clues and race against time to uncover not only the murderer, but to find an ingenious bomb that will destroy the Vatican City. Apparently based on a v find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A young architecture journalist stumbles upon a unique building in the process of being demolished under the supervision of an old college mate. Erotically drawn to his friend's fiancee he is pulled into a complex web of events relating to an act of extreme violence 30 years past. Arty thriller. find out more...

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Have any of you managed to dodge the book? Well for those lucky few the basic outline has symbologist Robert Langdon in search of the Holy Grail and Jesus Christ's last living descendant. Unfortunately for the unwitting Robert the shadows are littered with fanatical secret religious societies and before he knows what he's stumbled across he's running for his life, helped by the rather more able cryptologist, Sophie Neveu. The Da Vinci Code is a very big budget action adventure; ridiculous, over find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A suprisingly snappy and intelligent, if Hollywood generic, conspiracy thriller. Clive Owen plays the manically driven British interpol detective determined, along with Naomi Watts' New York DA, to nail the bosses of a powerful international bank that launders dirty money, deals arms and murders to cover its tracks. A classic shoot-up scene takes place in New York's Guggenheim Museum and there's a nifty chase through Istanbul's Grand Bazaar. find out more...