What was so interesting about it is how they portrayed the eternal dispute over good and evil and how it is justified when perceived from different angles. Even though the story revolved around "the Church" and "the Illuminati" it made you question ideology itself. Religion vs science, logic vs faith and so on. Are the Illuminati a bunch of scholars and scientists that stripped themselves from faith and only believe in findings and only hardcore evidence? Can one be a scientist and a believer in the same time without crossing lines? Science is justified by findings. Religion is justified by faith. No matter how neutral one is they have to cross lines into either side. One argument can tip the scale either side, it is those with strong faith who do not cross the line.
Who are the angels and who are the demons?
If perceived from the scholars perspective, religion and its followers and imposers are the demons because they are leading the human race to believe in an ideology supposedly created by man. But if you are observing the matter from a religious perspective then evidently the demons are the scientists and scholars that have no faith and only base matters on findings hence there is no faith and such leads to atheism.
I might not make sense but our mere existence has always intrigued me and the more I try to justify it the more it will tip the scales, you reach a point where faith must prevail or else you are lost in the world of evidence and justification. Anyhows I think I drifted away from topic at hand, if you are a movie lover then it is a must see, Hanks always deliver so it a good 2 hour watch. If you are like me you watch things and try to see them from different perspectives then it is a must must watch because you will walk out of it provoked to question many issues. All it took was one look up at the sky to settle the matter and made me say il7amdila for my faith or I would be long gone..