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Current Rating: 4.26

Current Rating: 4.26

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  • 4 stars Great story line
  • 5 stars I thought the photography, ambiance and story line were excellent!!
  • 1 stars Worst movie looks like their under budget since the setting was only in the train no suspense at all
  • 5 stars Wow , haven't seen a great movie for such a long long time!!!!! The cast was perfect and the scenery was very beautiful! Totally enjoyed it!
  • 5 stars We have been so very disappointed with most of the terribly made movies in recent and "Murder on the Orient Express" surprised us overcoming us like a breath of fresh air! It is absolutely a fabulous movie with beautiful cinematography and excellent acting especially that of Kenneth Branagh who plays Detective Poirot!
  • 1 stars With the talent arranged on screen you would think it would garner at least three stars, but it's like bad song sung by a lot of musicians for fundraising. Yeah, they're all there but you really don't care for it.
  • Kenneth Branagh was miscast as Hercule as he was a quite unbelievable as the French detective. Otherwise the movie was pretty good but I found some of the dialogue was mumbled and hard to make out.
  • 4 stars very well done however, did not really care for Poirot character
  • 4 stars Good entertainment with quality actors that clarified this action mystery story for me as to who/why done it on the Orient Express.
  • 4 stars Kenneth Branagh's adaptation of Agatha Christie's most famous work is a breathtaking and faithful one, but with its own flare. The film added action and elements for shock value absent from the book, with some actually giving their desired effect while others felt unnecessary and hindered the flow. While Christie's novel ends abruptly, the film stretches it out to bring that extra bit of emotion to its conclusion which was one of the few additions that actually enhanced the already perfect reference material. The main differences between the book and the film are its characters with a few changing to add diversity to the otherwise caucasian list of suspects. Penelope Cruz's Pilar Estravados replaces the novel's Swedish Greta Ohlsson with Manuel Garcia-Rulfo's Biniamino Marquez replacing the Italian Antonio Foscarelli. John Arbuthnot switches ethnicities to be played by Leslie Odom Jr. These changes make no difference at all, if anything, it strengthens it by addressing racism (and we get the iconic rosé quote from Daisy Ridley because of it). The powerhouse cast is so perfect and every one of them deliver exceptional performances. The real triumph of the film lies with its exquisite cinematography capturing Istanbul's sprawling Byzantine architecture and the alpine wilderness of Western Europe, in addition to the camera work (namely the overhead and tracking shots) and production design which all deserve Oscar recognition.

Murder on the Orient Express

Genre:  Drama, Thriller
Running Time:  114 min.
In theatres: November 10, 2017
Digital: February 20, 2018
DVD/Blu-ray: February 27, 2018

Current rating: Rating: 4.26
based on 556 votes and 83 reviews
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Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Michelle Pfeiffer, Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Derek Jacobi, Josh Gad, Penélope Cruz, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Olivia Colman, Willem Dafoe, Daisy Ridley, Leslie Odom Jr., Lucy Boynton, Sergei Polunin, Tom Bateman, Marwan Kenzari