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When Robert Langdon wakes up in an Italian hospital with amnesia, he teams up with Sienna Brooks, a doctor he hopes will help him recover his memories. Together, they race across Europe and against the clock to stop a madman from unleashing a global virus that would wipe out half of the world's population.
Publisher: Culver City, CA : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, [2017]
Edition: DVD.
Branch Call Number: ACTION 791.43652 INFERNO
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (122 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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Jan 17, 2018

Excellent read. Very well researched book. The author manages to keep the reader tantalized by skillful juxtaposition of historic material in between carefully crafted suspense. The true nature of major characters in this novel is beautifully handled keeping the reader guessing about "Who is what" or "Whodunnit". There is also a fundamental message for the humanity in this age of power hungry governments who consider human beings as mere numbers.

Dec 26, 2017

I'm not an avid follower of the books or the movies but this was okay. Not a total timewaster and there are a few turns along the way.

Nowhere near as good as the book! Haven’t seen the previous movies, but the plot drifts way too much from book.

Nov 28, 2017

They deviated too much from the plot of the book in this movie. The beginning showed promise and seemed to stay true to the book, however the farther the movie progressed the more deviations there were culminating in a totally botched ending. This is the third movie in the Langdon series and probably the worst one. Langdon wakes up with no recollection of the past day or so and appears to be looking for a plague that has been set to be unleashed on the populace.

Sep 08, 2017

Not one of Tom Hanks better film. The plot is overly convoluted and has a lot of holes.

Sep 05, 2017

I don't agree with some of the previous comments. I think Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones both did excellent acting jobs in this movie. The "visions" that Tom Hanks experiences is also very well shown. The only part where it really falls apart for me is why does the final fight end up with the characters who are in it when their is so many special ops police on site???

Jul 14, 2017

If it wasn't for Tom Hanks this film would not even deserve a half star. In my humble opinion, the story was so unpalatable as to be utterly unwatchable.

Jul 10, 2017

I thought this was the best film yet and really had my attention (I do agree you have to pay attention or you get lost) - Tom Hanks is Professor Langdon.

Jun 22, 2017

I appear to be in the VAST minority here in that I both enjoyed it and found it to be intriguing. It isn't as good as DaVinci Code of course but what could be?! I was surprised by the twist - which is all you can expect from a twist, I maintain - and the acting was very good. Go into this without any preconceived notions and you may be pleasantly surprised, as we were. As always though with Dan Brown's work, you have to pay attention.

Jun 07, 2017

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Nov 28, 2017

Frightening or Intense Scenes: frightening scenes with disturbing imagery

Nov 28, 2017

Violence: typical suspense movie violence, guns etc.

Frightening or Intense Scenes: Some scenes may be too intense for youngsters - particularly those who pass out at the sight of blood.

Sexual Content: One minor sex scene suggested.

Violence: Stabbings, shootings, and murders.


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Mar 05, 2017

The Ponte Vecchio from book P1 of P3:
Vasari Corridor was like a broad serpent, snaking through the buildings, all the way from the Pitti Palace, across the Arno, into the heart of old Florence. The narrow, whitewashed passageway seemed to stretch for eternity, occasionally turning briefly left or right to avoid an obstacle, but always moving east … across the Arno. The sudden sound of voices echoed ahead of them in the corridor, and Sienna skidded to a stop. Langdon halted, too, and immediately placed a calm hand on her shoulder, motioning to a nearby viewing portal. Tourists down below. Langdon and Sienna moved to the portal and peered out, seeing that they were currently perched above the Ponte Vecchio—the medieval stone bridge that serves as a pedestrian walkway into the old city. Below them, the day’s first tourists were enjoying the market that has been held on the bridge since the 1400s. Today the vendors are mostly goldsmiths and jewelers, but that has not always been the case.

Mar 05, 2017

The Ponte Vecchio from book P2 of P3:
Originally, the bridge had been home to Florence’s vast, open-air meat market, but the butchers were banished in 1593 after the rancid odor of spoiled meat had wafted up into the Vasari Corridor and assaulted the delicate nostrils of the grand duke. Down there on the bridge somewhere, Langdon recalled, was the precise spot where one of Florence’s most infamous crimes had been committed. In 1216, a young nobleman named Buondelmonte had rejected his family’s arranged marriage for the sake of his true love, and for that decision he was brutally killed on this very bridge. His death, long considered “Florence’s bloodiest murder,” was so named because it had triggered a rift between two powerful political factions—the Guelphs and Ghibellines —who had then waged war ruthlessly for centuries against each other.

Mar 05, 2017

The Ponte Vecchio from book P3 of P3:
Because the ensuing political feud had brought about Dante’s exile from Florence, the poet had bitterly immortalized the event in his Divine Comedy: O Buondelmonte, through another’s counsel, you fled your wedding pledge, and brought such evil! To this day, three separate plaques—each quoting a different line from Canto 16 of Dante’s Paradiso—could be found near the murder site. One of them was situated at the mouth of the Ponte Vecchio and ominously declared: BUT FLORENCE, IN HER FINAL PEACE, WAS FATED TO OFFER UP UNTO THAT MUTILATED STONE GUARDIAN UPON HER BRIDGE … A VICTIM. Langdon raised his eyes now from the bridge to the murky waters it spanned. Off to the east, the lone spire of the Palazzo Vecchio beckoned.


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Nov 28, 2017

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Nov 28, 2017

Tom Hanks plays Professor Robert Langdon in the third film in this series, based off of the novel by Dan Brown. Robert Langdon wakes up in Florence with a head injury and no recollection of how he got there. It appears as if he is being hunted by the police/outside forces for reasons unknown. He teams up with a young doctor Sienna, and they attempt to unravel a series of clues from a projector which seem to point to a plague which is intended to curb population growth. Of course with a movie if this type there is a large twist close to the end.

Feb 25, 2017

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