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Murder on the Orient Express - Agatha Christie (review)

‘The murderer is with us – on the train now…’

This novel follows the famous Belgium detective Hercule Poirot on board the Orient Express. One night one of the passengers is viciously killed and Poirot is hired to find the passenger who did it. 556 more words


Murder on the Orient Express: A Classic Whodunit

Murder on the Orient Express, based on Agatha Christie’s novel (1934) and directed by Kenneth Branagh, is a beautiful and entertaining journey that leads to a wonderfully intricate conclusion. 443 more words


Murder on the Orient Express (2017)

Plot: The ace detective Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) has closed yet another tough case, but he is ready for a break and some much needed rest. 648 more words

Movie Brew: Murder on the Orient Express

I will admit, going in to Murder on the Orient Express, that I have never read the Agatha Christie book and only seen bits and pieces of the previous films over the years. 624 more words


Movie Review: Murder on the Orient Express (2017) *The Scenery Is Nice, But The Ride Is Bumpy*

It’s difficult to know how to review Murder on the Orient Express.  Should it be judged against the 1970s film?  Should it be held against the Agatha Christie novel it adapts?  716 more words


Murder on the Orient Express (Kenneth Branagh, 2017)


Directed by Kenneth Branagh, Murder on the Orient Express is a film adaptation of the 1934 novel of the same title written by Agatha Christie. 570 more words

Murder on the Orient Express: My expectations going into tonight's release.

Murder on the Orient Express is a reboot of the 1974 movie that was critically acclaimed, and Agatha Christie’s murder mystery book written in 1934. The first movie in 1974 also had a huge cast (for that time period) with the likes of Sean Connery, Albert Finney, Lauren Bacall and more. 357 more words