Inferno

Critics Consensus

Senselessly frantic and altogether shallow, Inferno sends the Robert Langdon trilogy spiraling to a convoluted new low.

23%

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36%

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User Ratings: 28,647
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Tom Hanks reprises his role as Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon in director Ron Howard and screenwriter David Koepp's adaptation of author Dan Brown's bestselling novel Inferno, which finds Langdon using Dante's The Divine Comedy as a tool in the race to prevent a devastating global pandemic. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Cast

Tom Hanks
as Robert Langdon
Felicity Jones
as Sienna Brooks
Irrfan Khan
as Harry Sims
Omar Sy
as Christoph Bouchard
Ben Foster
as Bertrand Zobrist
Sidse Babett Knudsen
as Elizabeth Sinskey
Ana Ularu
as Vayentha
Ida Darvish
as Marta Alvarez
Paul Ritter
as CRC Tech Arbogast
Jon Donahue
as Richard
Alessandro Grimaldi
as Florence Hospital Taxi Driver
Vincenzo Tanassi
as Boboli Gardens Policeman
Alessandro Fabrizi
as Gallery Guard
Simone Mariani
as Security Director
Fortunato Cerlino
as Entrance Museum Guard
Attila Arpa
as Local CRC Agent
Kata Sarbo
as Gate Keeper
Kata Sarbo
as Florence Airport Gate Agent
Francesca Inaudi
as Venice Museum Guide
Philip Arditti
as Professor (Istanbul)
Vincent Riotta
as Death Mask Guard
Cristian Stelluti
as Bouchard Agent
Alberto Basaluzzo
as Bouchard Agent
Luca Fiorilli
as Video Technician
Gábor Nagypál
as Student (Istanbul)
Gianni Annoni
as Video Room Guard
Yang Haiwen
as CRC Tech
Mirjam Novak
as CRC Tech
Gabor Diossi
as Handless Beggar
Peter Schueller
as Concert Patron
Lili Gesler
as Concert Patron
Sardar Tagirovsky
as Handless Beggars
Mario Acampa
as Death Mask Hall Guard
Gabor Atlasz
as Handless Beggar
Pasquale Corrente
as Angry Motorist
Xavier Laurent
as Bouchard French Agent
Peter Linka
as WHO Cistern Agent
Felipe Torres
as Concert Patron
Emilio Dino Conti
as Death Mask Hall Guard
Kerem Ozen
as Turkish Control Tower Agent
Buyukkol Mehmet Onur
as Turkish WHO Agent
Balint Adorjani
as Turkish WHO Agent
Zsolt Páll
as WHO Cistern Agent
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Critic Reviews for Inferno

All Critics (246) | Top Critics (48) | Fresh (57) | Rotten (189)

  • Inferno is better than The Da Vinci Code or Angels & Demons, but both of those films set the bar reprehensibly low.

    Nov 14, 2016 | Full Review…
  • It's a lot more like a tweed-jacket version of Bond or Bourne or most any other thriller out there. But if Langdon is distinguished from the other globe-trotting saviors by his PhD, why aren't his movies smarter?

    Oct 28, 2016 | Full Review…
  • Unless you are a Dante scholar, and perhaps not even then, following Inferno is a wild goose chase - without the goose.

    Oct 28, 2016 | Rating: C | Full Review…
  • Ron Howard's mostly lame adaptation of Dan Brown's wholly lame novel.

    Oct 28, 2016 | Full Review…
  • You know you've made some poor cinematic choices when you have to make Dan Brown characters less complex.

    Oct 28, 2016 | Full Review…
  • A stylish but tedious thriller that never does catch fire.

    Oct 28, 2016 | Rating: 2.5/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Inferno

  • Oct 11, 2018
    The third film of the Langdon trilogy starts out a bit messy, mirroring the protagonist's lack of memory, but soon finds its footing. What follows is a fast, breathless riddle hunt through several European cities, Florence getting the most attention )and beautifully detailed so). That doesn't always make sense when you take a step back and think about it. but is pretty damn entertaining and offers quite a few surprises. The showdown plays out rather weirdly, though.
    Jens S Super Reviewer
  • Apr 24, 2017
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    Anthony L Super Reviewer
  • Feb 04, 2017
    With some of the least clever puzzles in the Brown oeuvre, "Inferno" proves that even hell can be made boring.
    Christian C Super Reviewer
  • Dec 16, 2016
    I fail to see why critics hate these movies as all three films (So far) are very good but I have not read the books, The film itself is very gripping from start to finish, It's pretty easy to follow but with a film that tries to be this smart you can't have any plot holes but there are a few but nothing too major for them to spoil the movie, I loved the twists in this film and it was well acted too, It's better than The Da Vinci Code thanks to the easy to understand plot and it's better than Angels & Demons thanks to the better story, So if you're a fan of either of them then this should be on your to watch list.
    Jamie C Super Reviewer

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