At the tail end of The Da Vinci Code, having traipsed around scenic Paris and London for more than two hours to find out whether the Holy Grail was just an old cup or the womanly seed of Jesus and Mary Magdalene, Tom Hanks's Robert Langdon, ace symbologist, sloped off back to Harvard, though not before wishing the womanly seed (a wan Audrey Tautou) "Godspeed"—a strange farewell coming from an avowed agnostic, but excellent advice for part deux of the Dan Brown franchise, which has roughly the same amount of God, but a lot more speed... More >>>