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Poirot searches for a killer on a snowbound train
While traveling from Istanbul to London aboard the luxurious Orient Express, Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) encounters a ruthless businessman who offers him a large sum to expose the person threatening his life. Poirot declines, not caring for the man or his money. But when he is stabbed to death, the detective is determined to find the killer. With the help of an amateur sleuth (Samuel West, Van Helsing), Poirot begins to piece together the chain of events leading up to the murder.
GUEST STARS INCLUDE Eileen Atkins (Cold Mountain), Toby Jones (Frost/Nixon, Infamous), Hugh Bonneville (Iris), and Barbara Hershey (Hannah and Her Sisters)
Suchet is Poirot, and Poirot is Suchet, his understanding of the character is impeccable.
I understand creative license but this film abused it, resulting in a dismal remake of a story AC originally wrote as more lighthearted.
She values justice but views it as being a little different from a literal interpretation of the law.
This is one of the worst portrayals of Poirot in the whole series.
Actually all episodes of Poirot the film collection series 4,5 and 6 are very very bad. Read more
Not your fault. I ordered Blu-Ray by Mistake and can't play it. I did order the right format and love it.Published 3 months ago by Phyllis Flohr
I have to disagree with the reviewers who panned this movie. I have read the books and watched the different versions. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Pilgrim47
Seriously what fool came up with idea to change this . The original Christie novel is a detective classic for a reason , seriously so many changes were made for no reason but to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Z.M.Jamison
Murder on the Orient Express is one of Dame Agatha Christie's greatest mysteries. Read more
Oh, Mr.Suchet why did you betray Hercule so?!
From start to finish this seems more like Hercule Poirot has gone into the darkness and gloom.Judgemental, terribly acted,. Read more