[Associated Press] CANNES, France - "The Da Vinci Code" drew lukewarm praise, shrugs of indifference, some jeering laughter and a few derisive jabs Tuesday from arguably the world's toughest movie crowd: critics at the Cannes Film Festival.
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One especially melodramatic line uttered by Hanks drew prolonged
laughter and some catcalls, and the audience continued to titter for
much of the film's remainder.
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When the credits rolled, there were a few whistles and hisses, and
there was none of the scattered applause even bad movies sometimes
receive at Cannes.
Read the whole thing here. About what one would expect, I suppose; though I suppose its not really anything to rejoice over, as a movie's being terrible doesn't usually seem to stop people loving it. [Or, I bet, believing it.]