Release Date : 14 October, 2016 | Duration : 121 Min
Director : Ron Howard
Genre : Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Ron Howard is back with the Inferno which is a sequel to Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons.
Inferno, however is not a total smooth ride. It drags in portions, especially when it comes to Langdon’s personal life. Also it’s flooded with standard clichés that imply the professor being ‘humanity’s last hope’ etc. However, despite a f Read Full Review
Sadly, the attempts to convey Langdon’s altered state conjures up an unholy amalgam of medieval cosplay, deleted scenes from Jacob’s Ladder and a few Kubrick-lite homages. Compare and contrast Hanks’s hectic breakdown in the opening scenes here Read Full Review
Also in this film is our very own Irrfan Khan, an actor who can do anything but, cast here as a smarmy, omniscient Bond villain type, he isn't given quite enough of a challenge here. Save for correcting his assistant and pointing out which of his own Read Full Review