Wednesday, 27 December 2017


Director: Kenneth Branagh
Cast: Kenneth Branagh , Johnny Depp , Michelle Pfeiffer , Willem Dafoe , Penelope Cruz , Daisy Ridley , Josh Gad , Derek Jacobi ,  Judi Dench , Manuel Garcia-Rulfo , Leslie Odom Jr. , Tom Bateman , Lucy Boynton , Adam Garcia , Olivia Colman , Miranda Raison , Sergie Polunin
Plot: A remake of the 1974 classic movie of the same name, based on a novel by Agatha Christie. It follows a Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, who is investigating the murder of an American tycoon aboard the Orient Express train.

My Movie Review: The movie is mystery crime thriller that will keep guessing until cut-off short the suspense was killed right away when the truth set free turn out they all commit the murder:( This Agatha Christie novel remake is intriguing the concept was brilliant gives chill to the bone! Murder On The Orient Express is a must-see despite the let down end it features star-studded cast that is rarely seen this movie has classic elegance and no one can deny the rich treat feel. Hercule Poirot owns the spotlight as the rest follow his lead into the dazzling pattern while the Gangster past hunts him with seeking revenge by the family and friends on his previous victim!
My Favorite Characters: Count Rudolph Andrenyi & Countess Andrenyi

Sergei Polunin is Count Rudolph Andrenyi, who travels luxuriously on a Hungarian diplomatic passport and is fiercely protective of his wife. A very defensive man who tries to conceal the true identity of his wife, Countess Andrenyi. The Count takes his wife's place in the murder. Lucy Boynton plays Countess Andrenyi, a young dark haired beautiful and timid woman who maintains elegant fashions. The sister of Sonia Armstrong, did not murder Ratchett. Because the Countess a quiet young duchess is closest to the Armstrong case, she attempts to conceal her identity by dropping grease on her passport and smudging the name label on her luggage:(


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