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Eight reasons the critically-panned Da Vinci Code movie will do better in Utah than the rest of the country:

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8. Theaters are air-conditioned. Kinda hot outside, in case you hadn’t noticed.

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7. Utahns like the idea of a man in his 30s settled down and married'even if it is Jesus.

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6. They’re more inclined to believe Ron Howard and Tom Hanks than angels of Satan like local film critics Scott Renshaw, Sean Means and Jeff Vice. Especially that Jeff Vice.

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5. Any chance to see a religiously themed movie without the “HaleStorm” tag attached, they’ll jump at it.

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4. The new 44-ounce Da Vinci Code collector’s cups at Maverik are sweet.

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3. Film versions of books are always better'like Lord of the Rings or Spider-Man.

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2. Watching people solve puzzles is even more fun than reading about it; they can’t wait for Dan Brown’s next book, The Sudoku Conspiracy.

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1. The Da Vinci Code eventually makes more sense at Brewvies after a pitcher or six of beer.

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