Here’s a selection of Inferno Reviews. The film, based on the novel by Dan Brown, stars Tom Hanks who is reunited with director by Ron Howard.

In the movie Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) must solve another historical mystery to save billions of people in the present.

Inferno theatrical release dates

  • Australia and New Zealand: October 13th 2016
  • UK: October 14th 2016
  • US and Canada: October 28th 2016
Inferno - Ron Howard and Tom Hanks
Inferno – Director/Producer Ron Howard and Tom Hanks relax between takes in the Grotto at Boboli Gardens ©2016 CTMG

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Inferno – Harry Khan (Irrfan Khan) and Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) ©2016 CTMG

Inferno review by Soren Anderson

The chase, chase, chase pace is tiring, not least because it’s not clear who many of these people are and what agendas they’re following.

The amnesia scenes’ blurry imagery and jolt-cut editing may make the viewer wish to lie down in a dark room with a cold cloth on fevered forehead.

Rating: 2.5 Stars (out of 5), Original rating 2/4 Full Review