What with the movie version of Dan Brown’s “The Da Vinci Code” upcoming, the Catholics are putting up their dukes to fight against the ideas expounded in the movie… online. In its efforts to debunk various tenets mentioned in the movie, the Coalition of Catholics has launched a site, DaVinciOutreach.com, to fact check the flick. Or, as the press release puts it: “to help readers and moviegoers navigate their way through the web of bogus history and outright lies conjured up by Dan Brown and brought to life by Imagine Entertainment and Sony Pictures.”
If that last bit actually sounds like marketing for the movie, you might also want to check out thedavincichallenge.com, a site set up by the movie’s marketers to give critics a voice. (According to the NY Times.)Maybe Outreach is cut from the same cloth?
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