4.5 Angels & Demons MattCavalli | 12/12/2011 | See all MattCavalli's reviews (13) The thing I like most about this film is how they changed it to be a sequel and work when the Angels & Demons book is actually the first and The DaVinci Code being the sequel. Another thing is that if you haven't seen The DaVinci Code, you can see this film and completely understand it as there is only one little reference to the first film.The film mainly focus' on the difference between science and religion, and one would think that one of those things would have a higher percentage of the film, but I am delighted to say that the film is balanced almost perfectly with as much attention given to CERN as it does to the Vatican with full respect. Story wise it's simple and pretty easy to follow as everything is explained right in front of you on screen by the characters. The story also moves alone a lot quicker than the previous film did but slow enough to see and understand what has happened with a fantastic twist at the end that not everyone will see coming.The most surprising thing I found was the cast, especially Ewan McGregor, who gives one of his best performances for quite some time, although at times his accent sounds a little weird. As usual though, Tom Hanks is superb and with a brilliant supporting cast, this film is really good entertainment.