....of the DVC can be found here.
A small snippet:
The first hour, though very busy (and bloody), is so packed with verbal exposition and so lacking in character dynamics that it plods laboriously. It feels like a droning afternoon class, where you have to pay attention because this is going to be on the test. A bright spot is the editing, which is impressive right from the opening sequence, as the film cuts between scenes of Sauniere's murder and those of Langdon's book lecture. But if the first thing you can find to praise in a film experience is the editing, the second is likely to be theater décor.