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Action, Crime, Drama

When Robert Langdon wakes up in an Italian hospital with amnesia, he teams up with Dr. Sienna Brooks, and together they must race across Europe against the clock to foil a deadly global plot.

The critical consensus

It’s not the worst of the trilogy, but this is less for fans of thrillers and more for people who are pining after last year’s holiday to Florence.

**(*)(*)(*)Helen O'Hara, Empire Online, 10/10/2016

Early promise proves misleading in a sequel that should be far better than The Da Vinci Code than it actually is.

***(*)(*)Neil Smith, Total Film, 08/10/2016

It’s an unholy mash-up between an Omen-like supernatural thriller and a Jason Bourne chase movie, done OAP-style.

**(*)(*)(*)Geoffrey Macnab, The Independent, 12/10/2016

Once upon a time, this wackiness had some novelty value. Now it’s tedious.

*(*)(*)(*)(*)Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian, 10/10/2016

In the end, Inferno is a competent thriller, lovingly photographed and faithfully acted. It might even be better than its predecessors, but that's not exactly saying much.

***(*)(*)James Mottram, The List, 10/10/2016

It takes real effort to make a film as heroically awful as Inferno.

*(*)(*)(*)(*)Alistair Harkness, The Scotsman, 13/10/2016

This is the third teaming of Tom Hanks, Ron Howard and Dan Brown and it remains a winning combination. You suspect the cinema world has not seen the last of Robert Langdon.

***(*)(*)Allan Hunter, Daily Express, 14/10/2016

The third of Ron Howard’s Dan Brown capers adds nothing to a woeful franchise.

**(*)(*)(*)Wendy Ide, The Observer, 16/10/2016

Where and when?

General release. Check local listings for show times.

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