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PeachFreak wrote:the "Death on the Nile" mentioned at the end of the film is the one from the Parker Pyne short story and Poirot stumbles on the end of it before getting wrapped up in the events of the full-length novel
I like that thought
I haven't seen MOTOE but They borrowed the name of Pilar (from Hercule Poirot's Christmas) so maybe there'll be more nods to other AC works?
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Excellent version of a classic story with Ken Brannagh doing a great turn as Poirot and as director .
He brings the usual quirkiness to the role as well as added nuance,depth and physicality which is welcome.
The rest of the actors do good work as well. I want to see again https://www2.1movies.se/
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It was an enjoyable film. I think only thing I thought was cheesy was they "last supper" imagery with the suspects.
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I still haven't seen the film in full.
I've seen bits of it on YouTube in a "Everything Wrong..." video and based on what I saw it looked messy and unappealing.
Also I'm still not sold on Branagh playing Poirot.