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Inferno Movie Review

Inferno Movie Review English Movie Review
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Movie story for the film "Inferno"
Runtime: 2 Hours 02 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 14-10-2016
Genre: Mystery, Thriller
3.25 / 5.0

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Inferno is the third adaptation of Dan Brown’s series and is directed by Ron Howard. Now let’s see what this movie Inferno has in store for us.

Plot

Tom Hanks is affected by temporary Amnesia and goes on to experience dangerous visions when he is awake from a hospital. He has no clue as to why he is there in the hospital in Florence since he has lost 2 days of his memory. Felicity Jones, who is a doctor, tries to help him (Hanks has to rely on her for his mission). Tom Hanks as Robert Hangdon is back and is seen going around scenic tourist spots for clues. Well, what they are upto? What is their mission? Watch the movie to get answer to these questions.

Star Performances

Tom Hanks, who takes up the role of Langdon for the third successive time, has his charm at its best in the film. Felicity Jones is competent in her role. Though Irrfan Khan appears late in the film he does a wonderful job and impresses us with his witty one-liners. And not to miss his good work in action sequences too. Well, this movie is a feather in his illustrious cap.

Analysis

This is the movie adaptation of Dan Brown’s Inferno, which is a best-seller. For those who have watched Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons this movie follows their path.

What’s there?

  • Screenwriter David Koepp (who had also written for Angels and Demons) has completely captured the flavor of the source.
  • Hans Zimmer’s BGM is commendable.

What’s not there?

  • The never-ending walking towards the right clues will test the patience of the audience sometimes.
  • Certain sequences are dragging.

Verdict

The film cannot be considered as a complete thriller. However, it is an able adaptation of Dan Brown’s classic and can be watched once.

 

 


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