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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 212121828
UPC: 043396292178
UPC 14: 00043396292178
Rating: Game Rating Code
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The Holiest Event Of Our Time. Perfect For Their Return.
In Ron Howard's thrilling follow-up to The Da Vinci Code, expert symbologist Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) follows ancient clues on a heart-racing hunt through Rome to find the four Cardinals kidnapped by the deadly secret society, the Illuminati. With the Cardinals' lives on the line, and the Camerlengo (Ewan McGregor) desperate for help, Langdon embarks on a nonstop, action-packed race through sealed crypts, dangerous catacombs, and the most secretive vault on Earth!

"...Angels keeps the action coming...  Deborah Young, The Hollywood Reporter
"...earns its wings as an intelligent action movie.  Roger Tennis,
"...a beat-the-clock chase through Rome (nicely evoked in Salvatore Totino's lush cinematography).  Andrea Gronvall, Chicago Reader

Editor's Note
Dan Brown?s novels are packed with fascinating historical tidbits which he ingeniously twists into plots that are so intricate and complex that there is a constant need to inform the reader with exposition, often leaving little room for character development. There is a bit of this stilted quality to ANGELS AND DEMONS, the second of Brown?s novels to be brought to the big screen by the tandem of Ron Howard and Tom Hanks, but more than enough intense action to keep the eyes of the audience as busy as their minds. The details of the plot are as diabolical as any in Hollywood history: after the pope?s death, a nefarious organization stashes an antimatter bomb somewhere in the Vatican, threatening to annihilate the conclave of cardinals who are meeting to elect the papal successor. To pass the time until the bomb will detonate, the enemy begins to torture and kill a few of the individual cardinals, but there is a pattern to the grotesque executions, involving hidden sculptural symbols and secret architectural clues. Unfortunately for the church, the man most capable of deciphering the code is the American "symbologist" Robert Langdon (Hanks), who happens to be an affirmed atheist. The script is filled with amazing details about the centuries-old conflict between the church and the Illuminati (whose members included Galileo, Michelangelo, and Bernini), which Hanks uncovers as he breathlessly races between various landmarks in Rome, always a step behind the sinister assassin. The secondary cast consists almost entirely of European actors, including Ewan McGregor, Stellan Skarsgaard, and Armin Mueller-Stahl, who betray so little emotion that it is impossible to tell who is a part of the conspiracy until long after the explosive climax.


Video Features Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 2.40:1, Dolby Digital (5.1), English, Subtitled, French, Dubbed & Subtitled, No Longer Produced

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Sony
Video Release Date Release Date: 9/18/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 284 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2009
Video UPC UPC: 00043396292178
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 2

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Video Color Spec Video: Color

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Video Aspect Ratio Standard  1.33:1 [4:3]
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review Angels and Demons - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: Sherry Lipp Reviews
Published on: 12/10/2009 1:11 PM
Having never seen The Da Vinci Code I went into Angels & Demons with both advantage and disadvantage. I was not able to compare this movie with its predecessor. In some ways that worked to my benefit because I was able to judge the movie on its own merit. On the other hand I cannot say whether Angels & Demons is superior or inferior to The Da Vinci Code. Having read several of Dan Brown’s books, including Angels & Demons, I can see the challenge in transferring the stories to film. While the books are very entertaining, they involve a lot of thinking. I don’t mean thinking about the plot (though that is usually required too); I mean the characters are thinking through solutions. There is always a lot of deciphering of symbols and researching texts. It doesn’t exactly make for thrilling the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Tom Hanks
Video Cast Info Ayelet July Zurer
Video Cast Info Pierfrancesco Favino
Video Cast Info Stellan Skarsgaard
Video Cast Info Ewan McGregor
Video Cast Info Armin Mueller-Stahl
Video Cast Info Nicolaj Lie Kaas
Video Cast Info Akiva Goldsman - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Ron Howard - Producer
Video Cast Info Hans Zimmer - Composer
Video Cast Info Salvatore Totino - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Daniel Orlandi - Costume Designer
Video Cast Info Dan Hanley - Editor
Video Cast Info Mike Hill - Editor
Video Cast Info Dan Brown - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info John Calley - Producer
Video Cast Info Todd Hallowell - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Brian Grazer - Producer
Video Cast Info David Koepp - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Dan Brown - Source Writer
Video Cast Info Ron Howard - Director

Professional Reviews

Hollywood Reporter
"[A] thrilling, faster-paced walk in the park....The story line is brilliantly simplified into Langdon's search for the four cardinals....Hanks fits more comfortably into the role of Langdon here..." 05/04/2009

Entertainment Weekly
"ANGELS & DEMONS barrels along with a confidence -- and, more fundamentally, a pulse....There's forward movement here, an energy focused by the necessity of managing two plotlines of equal urgency..." 05/09/2009

Chicago Sun-Times
3 stars out of 4 -- "[W]ith fabulous production values. The interiors of the Sistine Chapel, the Pantheon, churches, tombs and crypts are rendered dramatically..." 05/13/2009

Box Office
3 stars out of 5 -- "It's your basic ticking time bomb scenario and Howard jumps in with nimbleness....This is extremely well-mounted, runaway train filmmaking..." 05/14/2009

3 stars out of 4 -- "Howard keeps this one moving at an accelerated pace and drops tons of interesting historical tidbits along the ride." 12/02/2009

Chicago Sun-Times 7 of 10
Since Angels & Demons depends on a split-second schedule and a ticking time bomb that could destroy the Vatican, it's a little distracting when the Camerlengo, a priest entrusted with the pope's duties between papacies, breaks into the locked enclave of the College of Cardinals and lectures them on centuries of church history...These men, many of them elderly, may face death in minutes, which the Camerlengo knows. The Commander of the Swiss Guard thinks he can evacuate the Vatican and the hundreds of thousands of faithful waiting in St. Peter's Square in 15 minutes before an explosion vaporizes "a big chunk of Rome," but frankly we in the audience think a lot of monsignors back home are going to receive promotions real soon...It's based on a novel that came before The DaVinci Code in Dan Brown's oeuvre. Prof. Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) is at Harvard when he is summoned from a swimming pool by an emissary from the Vatican, and flown to Rome to face a crisis. Earlier, we learned, a rare, sealed vial of anti-matter was stolen from the CERN Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, and a note taking credit comes from the Illuminati, a secret society that has long hated the Catholic Church because of the days when it persecuted Galileo and other scientists...The professor has a fascinating exchange with the Camerlengo, who asks him if he believes in God. He believes, he says, that the existence is God is beyond his mind to determine. "And your heart?" asks the priest. "My heart is not worthy." Agnostics and believers can both find something to agree with there; director Ron Howard does an even-handed job of balancing the scales...So good, indeed, that even after Howard accused the church of refusing him access to Vatican locations, and although the dependable William Donohue of the Catholic League has attacked his film, Angels & Demons received a favorable review from the official Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano, which wrote it is a "harmless entertainment which hardly affects the genius and mystery of Christianity." - Roger Ebert

ReelViews 7 of 10
The term "god awful" should be used sparingly in connection with motion pictures. With Angels & Demons, however, it seems oddly appropriate. Not only does this prequel-turned-sequel to The Da Vinci Code make its predecessor seem like a masterwork of pacing and plotting, but it may represent a nadir for director Ron Howard and is probably the worst instance of acting from star Tom Hanks since back in the days when he was struggling out from under the shadow of Bosom Buddies. Interestingly, this is also the first sequel with which Hanks (as a live-action actor) and Howard (behind the camera) have been involved...One difference between an effective thriller and one that crashes and burns is easily identified: are the contrivances and coincidences noticeable only once the theater is vacated or are they obvious during the proceedings? Sadly, in the case of Angels & Demons, it's the latter. This movie takes preposterousness to new levels; there are times when the proceedings become so ludicrous that one is tempted to laugh aloud at the sheer audacity of the plotting. Antimatter? A body count in the Vatican with deaths by earth, air, fire, and water? A plot so convoluted that not even Machiavelli would have followed it? The biggest mystery of all is how so much talent (David Koepp, Akiva Goldsmith, Ron Howard, Tom Hanks) could band together to create something this dumb, limp, and lifeless...To add insult to injury, not only is Angels & Demons pitched at viewers who are half-asleep, drugged, drunk, or simply uncaring, but it offers an embarrassing homily about the importance of science and religion co-existing. Yes, after spending two hours trouncing Catholicism and trashing legitimate science, Angels & Demons wants to send viewers home with a moral. Let me offer this alternative: if you want a movie with antimatter, this is not the one for which you should buy a ticket. - James Berardinelli

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