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Inferno Movie Review: Fairly Predictable Yet Engaging

Sameeksha | News18.com @s_dandriyal

First published: October 14, 2016, 10:27 AM IST | Updated: 1 week ago
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Inferno Movie Review: Fairly Predictable Yet Engaging
A still from Inferno

Inferno, starring Tom Hanks is based on Dan Brown's novel of the same name. The Ron Howard directorial venture marks the return of Hanks as world renowned symbologist Dr. Robert Langdon. This time, Langdon has to solve and stop a global crisis within a set time frame, saving himself and everybody on his team.

The film also stars Bollywood star Irrfan Khan in a pivotal role. The film is one of the much-anticipated releases of the year. The stakes are high because of the film's impressive star cast. The film also stars Felicity Jones and Ben Foster in key roles.

Will the film be able to live up to the legacy of Robert Langdon series? Will Tom Hanks be able to save the day with the right amount of thrill? Sameeksha from News18 is inside the theater to find out.

10:26 AM: And the film begins with discussing the problems world is facing because of overpopulation #Inferno

10:36 AM: You can sense the panic and paranoia Robert Langdon is going through in the first few scenes. The mystery begins. #Inferno

10:55 AM: The thing Langdon is best with, Anagram, to take you to the next level. Little suspense sets in. #Inferno

11:03 AM: Government, WHO, secret agency everybody wants the plan. Little suspense, more chaos. #Inferno

11:06 AM: History, myth and representations hold a great importance in all Dan Brown works. #Inferno

11:19 AM: The background score compliments the pace if the story. The thrill sets in because of the music. #Inferno

11:31 AM: .@irrfank character in the film is another mystery. Is he good? Is he bad? Let's wait to find out. #Inferno

11:43 AM: The clock starts ticking. Edge of the seat thrills yet to come. #Inferno

11:50 AM: Plot is fine but there's a feeling that everything is going to be all right in the end. Not a good news for mystery thriller. #Inferno

12:02 PM: Deception is always a key player in Brown's work. When will Robert Langdon learn? #Inferno

12:07 PM: Okay. Too much now, we want the end. Emotional drama is killing the mood. 🙄 #Inferno

12:12 PM: Perks of working in a Dan Brown's work based film? You get to see Europe like -noone else. #Inferno

12:18 PM: The climax scene has been shot beautifully. The place is fascinating! #Inferno

12:32 PM: The film is a decent watch and climax is where the thrill is. High on Dante,
the film is fairly predictable. #Inferno

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