Inferno Movie Review, Starring Tom Hanks


Dan brown’s novel Inferno – The same name with the high on history plot. Dan Brown is known for bringing the century old predictions into modern day calamities. The film stars Tom Hanks as the world renowned symbologist, Dr. Robert Langdon.

The movie begins with Professor Langdon (Tom Hanks) wakes up in a hospital in Florence and then begins the unfolding of various decoded messages. Professor is wounded and got an IV drip and a pretty doctor takes care of him. Dr. Sienna Brooks (Felicity Jones) tells Langdon that he arrived at the hospital injured and collapsed on Saturday and now it’s Monday. Professor has no memory of the last two days. He realizes he is not in the university but in Italy. The cops of Florence are looking for him, brooks help professor to escape the hospital and reach her apartments. He finds a bio – tube in his pocket of his coat and it contains something dangerous. His journey continues that dangerous thing does not reach in wrong hands. On the way, he crosses paths with harry Sims (Irrfan Khan). Professor needs to figure out why he is at the center of another manhunt, the clues to which lie in Dante’s famous 14th-century epic-poem.

When Langdon is figuring out why he is being hunted by everyone. Post intermission, Inferno goes down the same path so many other films end up doing stretches on to eternity with restlessness siding on you. The screenplay by David keeps the viewer hooked to the screen for less than an hour.

The movie is not a totally smooth ride and drags in portions. It is billed as a thriller but may not be the edge of the seat thriller but it manages you to watch the movie. At the end of the day, everything in Inferno is just about okay.


Watch the film if you really wish to.

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