Theatrical Releases: Inferno

OCTOBER 28TH, 2016

inferno-poster INFERNO || Ron Howard and Tom Hanks return for the third film in Dan Brown film series adapted from his books, starting with “The Da Vinci Code” and “Angels and Demons,” and now “Inferno,” which played the famous Robert Langdon character in the middle of a mystery involving Dante’s Inferno. Felicity Jones and Ben Foster fill out the supporting cast, making it clear that I need to see this film regardless of the lack of praise it’s receiving.
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AE DIL HAI MUSHKIL
BEFORE THE FLOOD
A BILLION LIVES
BY SIDNEY LUMET
PASS PASS PASS PASS
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AN EYE FOR AN EYE
FINDING BABEL
GEHENNA: WHERE DEATH LIVES
GIMME DANGER
PASS PASS PASS PASS
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LEAVES OF THE TREE
MR. DONKEY
NEW LIFE
OASIS: SUPERSONIC
PASS PASS PASS PASS
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PORTRAIT OF A GARDEN
RECOVERY THE UNSPOKEN
THE WINDMILL
PASS PASS PASS PASS

THEATER

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  • Inferno (sequel to The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons; directed by Ron Howard, starring Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, and Ben Foster)

STREAM

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  • Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (Bollywood)
  • Before The Flood (Leonardo DiCaprio documentary about global warming)
  • A Billion Lives (smoking documentary about e-cig conspiracy)
  • By Sidney Lumet (never before seen interview with director Sidney Lumet about his body of work)
  • An Eye For An Eye (documentary about death row inmate whose victim rallies for his life)
  • Finding Babel
  • Gehenna: Where Death Lives (underground horror)
  • Gimme Danger (documentary about rock band the Stooges, featuring Iggy Pop)
  • Leaves Of The Tree
  • Mr. Donkey
  • New Life
  • Oasis: Supersonic (documentary about the rise and fall of the band)
  • Portraits Of A Garden
  • Recovery (horror movie about using social media to track and kill two teens)
  • The Unspoken (haunted house horror)
  • The Windmill

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