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After waking up in a hospital with amnesia, professor Robert Langdon and a doctor must race against time to foil a deadly global plot.
ActorsStarring: Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, Omar Sy, Irrfan Khan, Sidse Babett Knudsen, Ben Foster, Ana Ularu, Ida Darvish, Paolo Antonio Simioni, Alessandro Grimaldi, Fausto Maria Sciarappa, Robin Mugnaini, Paul Ritter, Vincenzo Tanassi, Alessandro Fabrizi
Critic Reviews About Inferno
The story may not make any sense, but they’re going to throw so much stuff at you — so many jumpy moves, so many tangled story threads — you might not notice (or care).
The film more or less goes through the popcorn motions, but with less technical finesse (and even less mischievous irony) than one might expect.
Returning director Ron Howard gets no mileage from the tale’s picturesque settings, turning them into a rote slide show of someone else’s whirlwind European vacation.
As in the previous movies based on Dan Brown’s books, it seems like smart stuff is happening here, but it’s really all lifeless and empty, despite the scenic locales.
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media
Inferno is one of those movies where the villain seems determined to launch doomsday through the most convoluted manner imaginable … apparently just to give the hero something to do.
As close as the Langdon-Howard cycle has gotten to actually being fun.
In these Langdon movies, Howard does his best to make like a thriller director, but he doesn’t have the perversity, the killer instinct.
History is repeating itself: Tom Hanks is back as Professor Robert Langdon, the historians’ answer to James Bond.
New York Daily News
With Inferno, the Brown-inspired, Howard-directed franchise finds itself in a comfortable, if not terribly compelling, groove.
Less fun than the last installment, unless you thrill to incoherence—even the flashbacks in David Koepp’s screenplay have flashbacks—and relish the spectacle of Tom Hanks looking generally miserable.
Wall Street Journal