Murder on the Orient Express movie review

Murder on the Orient Express movie review

Recently a new Who-Dun-It movie is in the theatres, hence this post is about the Murder on the Orient Express movie review.

Murder on the Orient Express movie review

Murder on the Orient Express movie review

The movie sets in the 30s and we see that the detective Hercule Poirot is solving a case in Jerusalem. After solving the case he needs to travel to London to solve another case. He gets an offer from his friend to take the Orient Express train. The journey takes 3 days and a man on the train, Ratchett, asks Poirot to be his bodyguard during the trip. Ratchett fears for his life, since he received some strange letters. Poirot declines the offer to be a bodyguard for Ratchett. During the night an avalanche blocks the tracks and strands the passengers on the train. On the next morning it appears that someone is murdered. Who is the killer? Everyone is a suspect.

My thoughts on the Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express movie review

I am not going to spoil the whole movie for you guys, but there are some things I want to comment on. Firstly, the detective Hercule Poirot, Kenneth Branagh is great in his role. He is quite a funny man and shines in his role.

Secondly, the cast is great, there are tons of great actors in this movie, which makes it very entertaining to see them all together. Actors such as Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Daisy Ridley and Josh Cad. Some of their roles are small, but I like each and every of them.

At last but not least, the story itself is very interesting. It will keep you wondering, who did it? Of course I won’t be telling you guys.

Murder on the Orient Express is an entertaining crime, mystery movie and I highly recommend it. The movie has lots of humor and mysteries. If you like crime investigating movies, don’t miss out on the Murder on the Orient Express!



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