The game plan is, if you take it fast enough, no one will notice how creaky your story is and how lame your film is. But this just makes the 2016 Ben-Hur thin and unsatisfying, and still dull
No silly haircut for Tom this time round in his second adventure as intrepid symbologist Robert Langdon, uncovering another dark conspiracy plot.
Poland, 1942. After witnessing his parents being killed by invading German troops and his older sister Bella (Dobrev) abducted, seven-year-old Jakob Beer (Kay) runs into the nearby woods to hide.
Last week, the big thriller release was Untraceable. That promised something different and smart but, around 60 minutes in, fell apart as it fell into predictability.