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Dante's Inferno (2007)





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Director Sean Meredith's animated entry into the 2007 Newport Beach Film Festival details one man's curious voyage into the deepest depths of the underworld. Upon awakening in an unfamiliar part of the city after an especially rough night, Dante asks the first person he spots for a little help in gathering his bearings. When the man responds that he penned an ancient poem called The Aeneid, the perplexed Dante recalls that particular piece of prose being penned two thousand years ago. But with no one left to turn to, Dante has little choice but to follow his enigmatic guide. When the man reveals that it is his duty to lead Dante on an extensive journey through a dreadful world of "horror and torment," the weary traveler becomes convinced that his only hope for survival is to follow his host into the scorching heart of Satan's vast inferno.

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Paul Zaloom
as Lucifer
Tony Abatemarco
as Farinata, Lying Defendant
Scott Adsit
as Hirohito, Judge Minos, Paolo, Copter Pilot, Spiro Agnew
Matt Besser
as Curtis Le May
Bill Chott
as Ciaccio
Andrew Daly
as "Right on" Glutton, Ulysses' Naysayer, Lucan, Airport Screener, Jim Jones
John Fleck
as Brunetto Latini
Dana Snyder
as Strom Thurmond, Ulysses
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Part art house film and part, well, horror comedy, one really has to see for themselves how this comes together. Don't let the poster art for the film turn you off, this was fun to watch. I expected to be half-bored with it thinking the technical aspects may be cool, but Dermot Mulroney and James Cromwell have just the right chemistry to keep its' central characters interesting. It always amazes me how an actor can sometimes bring so much to a part in the way he delivers his lines. You can even hear the irony in Cromwell's voice when he says, "I hate puppets". Each circle of hell is as entertaining to learn about as the next, with a musical number thrown in for good measure. A really good one, at that. I was kinda bummed out when it was over since it was such a joy to watch in the middle of the afternoon. Photobucket

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