Inferno (2016) film review. Imagine Entertainment, LStar Capital, Columbia Pictures. Directed by Ron Howard. Distribution by Columbia Pictures. Certificate 15, running time 121 minutes.
I have to say most of the film was a plodding mess that just involved Tom Hanks over acting, and running slowly, then again he is in his early sixties now. The film does bring up some interesting points about human population, and the fact that since 1970 the population of the world had increased from two billion people to six billion, so if this trend continues in another 40 years over 20 billion souls could be alive, which will stretch the natural resources of the world, and unless the population has some extinction event, we will all die from starvation. This is the basis of this film, a billionaire environmentalist has created a mutated pathogen called rebirth, that will be released into the
The film is available on DVD and Bluray, both with an ultraviolet code for your online library, and with surprisingly great extras to enjoy.