Fifth about The Seventh

Inferno (2016)

InfernoInferno: Ron Howard’s film plot is very busy, full of conflicting parties that may or not be trusted; all that to hide the fact that (besides not making much sense), all the characters are doing are chasing their own tales and trying to hit as many different landmarks as possible. To make matters worse, some of those hints could be searched in the internet beforehand, something that comes up at one point. Character motivations, needless to say, are even murkier; the diverse and interesting cast tries hard, but there’s not much any one of them can do with the heavily expository dialogue (that must be a reason why they run so much).

Read also: Angels & Demons

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