Review: 'Inferno' Is Intense, But Uneven

Ten years have elapsed since the first time Tom Hanks took to the screen as protagonist Robert Langdon in the series of movies based off of Dan Brown’s successful novel franchise. With these mysterious, intellectual, and puzzle-driven adventures having brought Langdon all throughout Europe in 2006’s The Da Vinci Code and 2009’s Angels & Demons, it’s certainly welcome to see the character and the world around him return to the big screen. After a seven-year gap between films and a complicated negotiation that nearly cost the franchise their main star as well as their director, Ron Howard, Inferno hit the screen with style, even if it was, as some might say, a bit much.

What a Rush: Ron Howard’s Newest Movie Thrills

Rush is a must see movie for the intense drama and exhilarating ride shown on screen. Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl give a great performance with hopefully an oscar on the horizen for Bruhl. This movie is about more than just fast cars, it contains a multi-faceted cast of characters with a depth of emotion that makes this movie worth watching.