Deaf critic movie review of Inferno
Inferno is an American mystery thriller film. The film is based on the novel of the same name.
Inferno is written by David Koepp and directed by Ron Howard.
The film stars Tom Hanks (as Professor Robert Langdon), Felicity Jones (as Dr Sienna Brooks), Ben Foster (as Bertrand Zobrist, the scientist) and Irrfan Khan (as Harry, head of a private security firm) in important roles.
The story revolves around Professor Robert Langdon who has to interpret hidden symbols to save humanity from a toxic virus.
The virus created by Zobrist aims to kill billions of people across the world.
To prevent the release of the virus, Langdon alongwith Dr Sienna Brooks have to explore the life of a famous Italian poet Dante.
Tom Hanks' serious performance as Langdon makes the character believable and keeps the viewers engaged.
Irrfan was at his best with his funny one-liners. He equally deserves appreciation for his short but important role.
The film is a decent watch for its interesting plot, thrilling special effects and well-balanced screenplay, camera work and background score.