Inferno (review)

Inferno (review)
Inferno (review)
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The 3rd time is definitely not the charm as Tom Hanks returns to solve another puzzle in the Dan Brown series. This time he races to stop a virus that may destroy most of the world’s population. The first 30 minutes are pretty compelling: full of disconcerting imagery and a promising pace. By the climax, there’s been such a swirl of twists and chases (and some dull emotional moments) that you just want it to be over (the music during the climax is overbearing and wrong). Despite some grand locations and an interesting concept, the pastiche of intrigue is cluttered and ultimately unrewarding.


2.5 out of 5 stars (2.5 / 5)


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