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Robert Langdon investigates a mystery that is linked to Dante`s `Inferno`.


English, Telugu, Tamil, Hindi
14 Oct, 2016
2 hrs 02 mins
20,372 votes
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Academy Award winner Ron Howard returns to direct the latest bestseller in Dan Brown`s (Da Vinci Code) billion-dollar Robert Langdon series, Inferno, which finds the famous symbologist (again played by Tom Hanks) on a trail of clues tied to the great Dante himself. When Langdon wakes up in an Italian hospital with amnesia, he teams up with Sienna Brooks (Felicity Jones), a doctor he hopes will help him recover his memories. Together, they race across Europe and against the clock to foil a deadly global plot.
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Verdict: Falls short of the benchmark set by the earlier Langdon films. When the world was first introduced to Robert Langdon on screen, we were held spell-bound. Not just by the charm Tom Hanks brought to the role, but by the world of theological and literary trivia that Dan Brown immersed us in. The Da []... ...Read full review
Professor Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) suffers from Retrograde Amnesia and experiences nightmarish visions, when he wakes up in a hospital in Florence. Having lost his 48 hours of memory, he has no idea how he landed up there. Dr Sienna Brooks (Felicity Jones) comes to his rescue. The two must race across Europe to decode cryptic symbols and codes in order to save humanity from a deadly virus created by a billionaire bioengineer, Zobrist (Ben Foster). He intends to wipe-out half the worlds population. To prevent a global pandemic, the duo must delve into Dantes life. ...Read full review
Adapted from the Dan Brown bestseller of the same name, Inferno follows a template that was unveiled all of a decade back in The Da Vinci Code. All those years ago, it felt markedly out of date. Today, it has a thick cobweb-layer on it. Therein lies the principal problem with Ron Howard`s Inferno. In spite of the undeniable all-round technical competence that the old team of director Howard, screenwriter David Koepp, cinematographer Salvatore Totino and composer Hans Zimmer bring to the enterprise, the film simply doesn`t pack the sort of punch that one expects from a jigsaw-puzzle narrative. ...Read full review
There are moments which justify the destruction of Earth and culling its population by half, like when this Armageddon can end Inferno. Ron Howards adaptation of Dan Browns torturous novel by the same name just added another level to hell, and Dante would agree. The only improvement the film manages over the book is that it finishes in two hours. ...Read full review
Inferno, directed by Ron Howard, the third film based on the Dan Brown novels, once again relies on the credibility of its leading man, Tom Hanks, to make up for its occasionally puzzling and frankly preposterous plot. Its a handsomely mounted film with intriguing twists, but even Hanks probably cant help rolling his eyes at all the script contrivances. ...Read full review