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"Murder on the Orient Express"



Stylish and incredibly well acted, Kenneth Branagh‘s retelling of “Murder on the Orient Express,” the famous 1934 novel written by world renowned author Agatha Christie, is a fine piece of solid storytelling. 341 more words

2017 Film Reviews

Murder on the Orient Express (2017)

“Cheesy is one of the words banned in my world. I’m tired of sincerity being something we have to be afraid of doing. It’s been like that for 20 years, that the entertainment and art world has shied away from sincerity, real sincerity, because they feel they have to wink at the audience because that’s what the kids like. 1,375 more words


Hamilton Comes to London

Hamilton has made it to London! It was of course, highly received by both the general public and theatre critics who were lucky enough to see previews at the Victoria Palace Theatre on Tuesday (5th Dec) and its official debut on Wednesday (6th Dec). 409 more words


Best Christmas Albums

Christmas music. At whatever time of year you start playing this sweet sounding sensation, we can all agree that there is nothing better than a good, solid Christmas album. 345 more words

My Thoughts On

Murder on the Orient Express

Playing Hercule Poirot, Kenneth Branagh does an impression of David Suchet doing a bad Belgian accent in this reboot of the 1930s Agatha Christie whodunnit. 175 more words

Short Movie Review

Murder On The Orient Express

Murder On The Orient Express is much like watching the engine tear past, as its secrets and mysteries are deduced from afar

Belgian Detective Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) is set to return to London from Istanbul and is kindly offered a place upon the magnificent steam engine The Orient Express. 334 more words


TGON Reviews: Murder on the Orient Express

I’m a fan of a good self-indulgent, high-brow,  ostentatious film every now and then — if it’s actually good of course. The thing is, making a really pretentious movie isn’t in itself a bad thing to do. 573 more words