Tom Hanks returns for a third outing as symbologist Robert Langdon. This time, Langdon awakens in an Italian hospital with no memory of the past few days and suddenly finds himself in a race to stop a madman from unleashing a plague on the world.

Evie Totty: “It was ok.”

Another interesting question of 'what would you do?'

Inferno is a virus that could kill a significant amount of the world's population - but if we keep growing the population at this rate we will reach critical mass in a decade and the entire human race could become extinct.

Would you do it?

And this movie has the usual DaVinci Code puzzling stuff you are used to and who doesn't love Tom Hanks?

− December 30, 2016 • more by Evielog in or create an account to reply

Scott Hardie: Sounds like a variation on the trolley problem. Interesting dilemma. This movie didn't sell a lot of tickets (in America anyway), but mainstream popcorn movies could stand to get more thought-provoking. − December 30, 2016 • more by Scott

Evie Totty: Ahhhh! And upon reading the description I come across this part:

However an earlier version, in which the one person to be sacrificed on the track was the switchman's child

And this involves the Monkeysphere. Definitely makes the decision harder. − December 31, 2016 • more by Evie

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