Angels and Demons is now in theaters. Based on the book by Dan Brown, this is the second movie to bring one of Brown's writings to theaters, the first being The Da Vinci Code.
Like the Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons is filled with just as many historical inaccuracies and myths. But these are easily justified since technically it falls under the classification of "fiction." Nevertheless, though many people realize these writings and movies are fiction, I am surprised by how many put forth the same ideas in discussion as if they were true.
In response to the book and movie, you may want to check out the following:
The Truth About Angels and Demons.com is a website of Westminster Theological Seminary. They previously put together a similar website on The Da Vinci Code which you can check out here.
Melinda Penner of Stand to Reason has written a review of the movie which you can read here.
Roman Catholic apologist Mark Shea has written a free book which you can download here.
Reasons to Believe has posted their own web page in response which you can see here.
Apologetics 315 has posted some audio on the topic here.
Allen Yeh at Scriptorium Daily has written a review here.