"This third film in Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code franchise is filled with plot twists and surprises, always relying on the solid central presence of Tom Hanks, whose credibility and vulnerability is an asset to any film." - Daily Mail

"Inferno is a Tom Hanks thriller, a Florence-set travelogue and a rare thing in cinema history — the third part in a movie franchise that’s actually better than the preceding instalments. You’d have to go back to Goldfinger or The Good, the Bad and the Ugly to find a 'threequel' that so clearly outclasses its forerunners in the way that Inferno overtakes 2006’s The Da Vinci Code and its sequel, 2009’s Angels & Demons." - (Times UK)

Master code-breaker Prof. Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) awakens in an Italian hospital room with no memory of how he got there... but he quickly learns he's a wanted man.

Forced to go on the run with the beautiful Dr. Brooks (Felicity Jones), Langdon is forced to unravel his strangest case yet, all while learning why he's on the run, who's after him, and why he has no memory of the preceding week.

Directed by Ron Howard (who also directed 'The Da Vinci Code' and 'Angels & Demons', making this something of a homecoming for him and Hanks) and featuring supporting work from Ben Foster, Omay Sy, Sidse Babett Knudsen and Irrfan Khan. - Alamo Drafthouse


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