Inferno

Inferno
Famed Professor of Symbology, Robert Langdon, awakes in an Italian hospital with amnesia and no understanding as to why someone could be after him. With no friends to help and an unknown enemy closing in, he decides to rely on Doctor Sienna Brooks. The duo try to put the pieces of the puzzle together as they race against time to restore his memory and attempt to stop a plot to unleash a deadly virus on the world. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for in “Inferno”.

· Robert and Sienna are at her apartment after escaping from the hospital. In the side, wider view, Robert is asking for a cup of coffee. His left hand is holding a glass of water on his left knee. His right hand is on the glass table in front of him. It cuts to a close-up view of Robert when Sienna says, “Sure,” and his left hand is elevated while his right hand is now on his lap.

· Robert discovers the Bio tube in his clothes. Once they agree to open it at Sienna’s apartment, a close-up view of the tube, as Sienna walks in the room, shows Robert is holding it in his right hand. It cuts to a close-up of Robert and he still has it in his right hand. The scene cuts to a close-up of his thumb on the Bio tube, and it’s now in his left hand (notice his finger and thumb). It switches to another view and the tube is in his right hand again.

· Robert has the memory of having the needle stuck in his neck. He grabs his right shoulder with his left hand. His hand is on top of his jacket and shirt collar. It switches to a close-up view and his hand is under his jacket.

“Inferno” (2016) stars Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, Omar Sy, Irrfan Khan, Sidse Babett Knudsen, Ben Foster and Ana Ularu. It runs 121 minutes and is rated PG-13 for sequences of action and violence, disturbing images, some language, thematic elements and brief sensuality.


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