Inferno Movie Review By Taran Adarsh, Komal Nahta and Rajiv Masand

Well this weekend Hollywood thriller movie Inferno released at Indian box office with good critics review. The film also starer Irrfan Khan and today movie released at box office. The film adaptation of Dan Brown’s bestseller (Inferno) may not be an edge-of-the-seat thriller but it manages to hold your attention and involve you in its quest. Hanks reprise the role of Langdon for the third time and lend his innate likeability to the character once again.

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Ratings: 2.5/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site: News 18

This is essentially pitched as the brainy version of a James Bond or Jason Bourne film, but to be fair, Inferno is more accessible and packs more thrills than The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons. A clutch of wrong choices, however, derails the film’s breathless pace.But the big problem with Inferno is that it never really creates a palpable sense of danger despite all the chases and gunshots. You know Langdon will crack the mystery in time, and you know everything will turn out just fine. But it never keeps you at the edge of your seat, worried that he’s cutting it too close. I’m going with two-and-a-half out of five for Inferno. It unfolds at a crisp two hours, and despite its shortcomings, there’s enough to enjoy. You might want to give it a chance.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By: Raja Sen Site: Rediff

Hanks has crossed the line with Inferno — Ron Howard’s adaptation of Dan Brown’s novel of the same name — and stepped firmly into Cage territory, by making a sad, schlocky mess of a movie with an inane plot, daft storytelling and bad hair. This is a simplistic, silly mess that tries desperately to appear intelligent by invoking the name of Dante Alighieri a dozen times — when all it really wants to do is be a National Treasure goof.It emerges as neither because Howard and Hanks treat the material as if it makes sense instead of embracing its B-movie heart, as a modern-day Cage movie would. This could have been a glorious so-bad-it’s-good entertainer, but thanks to its self-seriousness, Inferno emerges merely bland and undercooked.

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Ratings: 3.5/5 Review By: Gavin Site: TOI

The film adaptation of Dan Brown’s bestseller (Inferno) may not be an edge-of-the-seat thriller but it manages to hold your attention and involve you in its quest. 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 few flaws, Ron Howard’s film is a competent adaptation and offers mild cerebral entertainment that manages to engage you. Go join the hunt.

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