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The third film based on the character of Robert Langdon from the Dan Brown novels, Inferno follows on from The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons. Once again, Prof Langdon must race to solve a series of clues to unravel a mystery, this time pertaining to a deadly virus which threatens to wipe out most of humanity. However, Langdon (played by Tom Hanks) is handicapped by severe memory loss and is not sure who he can trust as he races to decipher the clues and to try and remember the last 48 hours.
Directed by Ron Howard (of Happy Days fame), Inferno breezes along at a fair old pace, with some fabulous scenery, interesting historical titbits, some unexpected plot twists and is a diverting couple of hours, if little more. There is some mild violence, moderate swearing (one F bomb) and some disturbing imagery relating to the impending viral outbreak Langdon is racing to prevent, so maybe not a film for younger children.
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