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Inferno (2016) - Review

✯½

We’ve gotten this far ahead inside of a world where Robert Langdon is thought to be potential for an iconic film character and yet his previous two films are either laughably ridiculous with the turns of their mysteries or horrendously boring at their worst. 792 more words

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"Inferno" A Movie Review by Liz Warner

“Inferno”  A Movie Review by Liz Warner

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There hasn’t been a lot of love from reviewers (or the box office) for “Inferno,” but I’m not going to be as rough on this flick.  698 more words

Review: Premium Rush


An enjoyable fast-paced ride through the streets of New York!

A bicycle courier in New York finds himself hounded by a crooked cop for the package he is delivering. 414 more words

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Film Review: "Inferno" (2016) ★★★

A jar with overflowing water will spill. One closet simply cannot store all clothes that you may have in the house. The same is with the planet. 469 more words

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INFERNO review

Well, here’s a movie I almost didn’t recognize.

For those of you not in the know, this is a sequel to the 2006 film THE DA VINCI CODE. 1,392 more words

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Racing to Prevent an “Inferno”

Ten years ago, the movie “The Da Vinci Code” (based on the 2003 best-selling novel by Dan Brown) generated alarm amongst religious conservatives, some of whom called for its boycott. 654 more words

Tom Hanks

The better angels of our nature

Inferno, the third installment in Ron Howard’s series of Dan Brown adaptations starring Tom Hanks, arrives in theaters this weekend. Like Jack Reacher, it’s a franchise that doesn’t exactly have an enthusiastic following, and it seems to exist largely as a strategic component in the careers of its star and director. 1,085 more words

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