“Inferno” Trailer

The trailer to “Inferno“…or, perhaps more accurately: the whole movie in 2 minutes and 23 seconds…

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3 Responses to “Inferno” Trailer

  1. Artem says:

    The plot is exciting. Larry Crowne finally finished his MD and tries to answer the million dollars question: how to solve the ancient puzzle, save the World from the bloody Illuminati and most important – how to impress his hot mate. She’s smart and daring brunette with brown eyes (obviously, Dan Browne has a thing about that, but I can’t blaim him), but obviously she is too young to become a love affair for inevitably aging Viktor Navorski. He undertakes a thrilling journey, messes with a cunning secret societiy, evades the mysterious killer and makes a shocking discovery: his young associate is a lost great-granddaughter of Adolph Hitler.
    Alas, this is too much for the poor Richard Phillips. His heart is broken. He sells his kidney, buys a yacht and sails far away to the Gulf of Aden. It’s over. Expect another Academy Award next year. #OscarForTom

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