Friday, October 28

Review: Inferno


Tom Hanks packs a punch of confusion with Inferno.

Ron Howard and Tom Hanks team up to bring you Inferno. This movie is a continuation of The Da Vinci Code series.
If you go into this movie thinking you don't have to see one of the last two movie, you will be super confusion for the first twenty minutes of the movie. I would highly recommend watching at least Angels & Demons before you go and see this movie.

The story itself it decent. It's just enough twists and turns to keep you guessing on whats going to happen next.
Of course Tom Hanks is the hero of the movie that makes it worth the time to see this movie.

Felicity Jones is a supporting actor in this movie and she brings out her A game in this movie. Although now that I think of it, maybe I only thought it was her A game because she kept the mystery of the movie going as well.

This movie is like the New York Times crossword puzzle of National Treasure. In National Treasure, it's easy for the audience to solve the clues with Nicolas Cage. In Inferno, Tom Hanks can't even solve the puzzle, so we the audience for sure can't solve it.

3 out of 5

What would I have changed? (Spoilers)
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Billy Billy (Editor) - Billy has seen many movies over the years. He enjoys comedies and anything action, including the summer blockbuster movies. You can follow Billy on Twitter here.


6 comments:

  1. I normally look at the trailers so at first it looked a little creepy. Got better for me after a little while. Great loved it. Tom is THEE man!

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  2. Thanks Billy. Glad to know I should re-watch the first two and will do so before I go to see this one.

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  3. INFERNO
    is not a remake of the 50’s 3D flick with Robert Ryan and Rhonda Fleming. This one is the further adventures of Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) as a potential end-of-humanity virus must be located and destroyed. A disappointing double puzzle with not-believable performances but the photography of Florence, Venice, and Istanbul (Constantinople) is beautiful. Any similarity to the book is coincidental!

    GRADE = C+

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  4. I enjoyed this movie!

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  5. The long wait for this movie did not help. No one was asking for another sequel. I saw it but found it tedious and boring.

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  6. I would very much like to see this movie! I did see the Da Vinci Code. Will wait for the DVD.

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