Dan Brown's Inferno lacks originality

November 8, 2016

Returning once again as famous symbolist Robert Langdon in Dan Brown's Inferno, Tom Hanks delivers yet another “thrilling” film.

 

 

 Tom Hanks (Robert Langdon) and Felicity Jones (Sienna Brooks) in Inferno, Dan Brown's third installment of the series.

 

 
Following up his adventures from the previous films Angels vs. Demons and The Da Vinci Code, Langdon wakes up in the hospital with memory loss and with visions of an apocalyptic world. 


He is informed of a plague created by billionaire geneticist Bertrand Zobrist.

 

The reason why he creates the plague is to reduce one-third of earth’s population. 


Not only does Langdon decide to take on the job to locate the plague , but he soon discovers how he is actually connected to Zobrist’s plan. 


Originally, this plot would intrigue Dan Brown fans who have looked forward to see this trilogy on the screen only to not deliver all the thrills.

 

Like previous films, Langdon is taken around the city, this time Florence, in search for clues. 


We see it in the Da Vinci Code, in Angels vs. Demons, and again in Inferno.

 

The film not only lacks originality, but also chemistry between Langdon and his partner in this film Dr. Sienna Brooks played by Felicity Jones. 


 This film could have been a good movie, but all those things that were lacking made it a less than average film. 


Furthermore, it seems like Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween has had more impact in the box office than Inferno. 


I give this third installment movie  2 out of 5 stars.

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