Inferno (2016)

by Niki Kefala

“Inferno” is a well-shot movie that manages to keep interest levels high for the two-hour running time. Dan Brown’s novels have never resisted adaptation to the big screen and Ron Howard’s film is no exception. Fancy locations, the always good in his performances, Tom Hanks whose credibility is an asset to any film, and the quite interesting plot that is filled with twists and surprises, is enough to create an entertaining movie. Unfortunately this third adaptation of the mega-selling Dan Brown’s book, doesn’t have the novelty of The “Da Vinci Code” but it offers a satisfying way to pass a couple of hours this weekend.

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