Hopes For Inferno

Its Official, Inferno will star Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, Irffan Khan plus others


If you are a big fan of Dan Brown’s novels featuring Robert Langdon, then chances are that you weren’t quite satisfied by big screen adaptations of The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons. Brown’s novels are great, filled with so much information that I have to constantly search buildings, artworks or any other facts that he mentions in the story. Film adaptations however are pale in comparison, only saving grace is Tom Hanks, as the Harvard professor.

Now Rom Howard is adapting his latest novel, Inferno. Here are somethings I’d wish they’d consider.

Invest some time in script.

It’s a no brainer really, When you read any one of Brown’s novels, its pretty obvious that he has taken his time to do all the research, think of a story and write it. Inferno comes 5 years after The Lost Symbol, that’s more or less 5 years worth of research…

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For the love of movies

I love films, I always have.

Having seen countless films, I felt a need to let my opinion out there for everyone to read. Nothing makes me more happy than having watched a good film. I feel like giggling like a little girl, want to get on the roof and scream and shout and let everyone know what I have just witnessed. Nothing gets me down as much when my expectations of a film are not met. For films, are a means of escape, indulge and to lose yourself in the world created by artists, both on and off screen. There are so many aspects through which you can critically analyse a movie, be it pre-production elements or post, but for me only one thing and only one thing matters and that is how it makes you feel. Feeling is something that can not be taught and feeling is something that people relate to. It is this that makes us unique. Movies evoke different feelings and feelings makes us.

I love films, I always will.

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