During an annual board of trustees meeting, one of the trustees dies. Miss Marple thinks he’s been poisoned after finding a chemical on him. She sets off to investigate at the ship where he had just come from. The fourth and final film from the Miss Marple series starring Margaret Rutherford as the quirky amateur detective.
- Stars:Margaret Rutherford, Lionel Jeffries, Charles 'Bud' Tingwell, William Mervyn, Joan Benham, Stringer Davis, Nicholas Parsons, Miles Malleson, Henry Oscar, Derek Nimmo, Gerald Cross, Norma Foster, Terence Edmond, Francis Matthews, Lucy Griffiths,
- Director:George Pollock,
- Writer:David Pursall (original screenplay), Jack Seddon (original screenplay), David Pursall (interpretation of Agatha Christie's "Miss Marple"), Jack Seddon
After Miss Marple is made a trustee of a merchant marine training vessel, a fellow trustee is poisoned, and ship's officers are later murdered after she comes on board. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: two night stand wasnt a bad film. the actors miles teller and analeigh tipton bounced off each over well giving convincing and believable characters throughout. however other characters were seen to be made relatively stereotypical for an audience laugh, however it was more funny when it was just the two main characters together. the script was often quite poor providing us with corny lines and predictable next scenes however there was the few nice moments especially around the middle off the film despite the fact the plot itself was completely ridiculous. in all it did suceed its aim to be a off the trail rom com, but didnt provide enough entertainment for different personal tastes.
(ca) wrote: the new "monkeys claw", a modern day story about greed and redemption, and humanities natural servitude to possessions and the need to always push just a little bit father towards the edge.
(jp) wrote: Has some disturbing moments involving sexual assault caused on Barbara Hershey. She was very brave to take this role. Well acted and interesting. Similar to Poltergeist in style and story.
(ca) wrote: Kind of a mess. Boring for adults but the kids liked it enough.
(es) wrote: Great Movie ! Must Watch ... Modern Comedy Cult!
(es) wrote: Sadly above-average for Christian entertainment, doesn't stand up to other psychological thrillers.
(ru) wrote: Hmm what to say, This film was a very good effort on a low production it is worth a watch but do not expect too much. I get a feeling of monty python cross carry on in this film. Hopefully with a bit more work on the script and a bit more money this trio of girls are bound to bring us an excellent film on there next outing.
(nl) wrote: If the raccoon is pitching then I am there.
(br) wrote: John (Ben Chaplin) is a shy, introverted bank teller who has never been lucky in love...or life, for that matter. Having lost faith in the idea of meeting his soul mate at the local supermarket, John gambles on a Russian mail order bride arranged via the Internet. There must have been a screw-up in his order because From Russia With Love delivers something quite different: the enigmatic Nadia (Nicole Kidman), a chain-smoking, cheaply clothed, mysterious young lady whose English vocabulary consists only of yes. Who needs it, though, when there is the language of love... also stars Vincent Cassel, Mathieu Kassovitz, Kate Evans, Rebecca Clarke, Sue Maund, Alan Stocks and Ben Miller. directed by Jez Butterworth.
(nl) wrote: My favorite movie of all time. The best Wes Anderson has made this far (which is saying something, as all of his work is exceptional). Funny and touching, with career highlighting performances for everyone involved.
(de) wrote: A dark comedy where surreal humor breeds and multiplies like rabbits!
(mx) wrote: 6,5/10as a child this was funny af
(br) wrote: The French do cinema well anyway, but they do coming-of-age movies exceptionally well. This movie has gorgeous scenery, gorgeous young actors and actresses, and gorgeous cinematography.
(jp) wrote: The whole 'blind guy and deaf guy take on criminals' premise may just be an excuse for a series of unlikely scenarios but it's a gimmick that made me laugh a lot more than many other comedies have recently.
(it) wrote: It's most likely because I was such a 'Blazing Saddles' fan, but this was always one of my favorite movies as a kid. Sure, it's immature and crude, but the jokes are funny, the characters have good chemistry, and Lainie Kazan is HOT. Granted, her nude scenes were obviously done with a stand in, but her attitude alone adds a lot of sexiness to the movie. Despite the R rating, the movie seems to appeal most to teenage boys, for obvious reasons, which actually led to this movie gaining popularity as a basic cable movie, edited for late night television. In many ways, that's the perfect format for it, as the jokes are still funny, and the best parts remain intact. So if you have the chance, give the movie a look see. I guarantee it'll be funny, and the actors will surprise you with their thoughtful and talented performances, despite the obvious hokiness of the movie itself.
(kr) wrote: Another credible effort for Canadian Director William Fruet has trophy hunter Oliver Reed establishing a telepathic connection with a 'one-of-a-kind' island venomous snake. Peter Fonda pads his already impressive resume as the university researcher hired by Reed. Some good special effects but just not utilized enough.
(au) wrote: It's Richard Pryor ... what more can I say?
(es) wrote: Biologist is transported to Arctic isolation, largely to fend for himself, to research the wolf and the cause of the disappearing caribou numbers. At times strikingly filmed and engrossing as well, from Farley Mowat's autobiographical book.
(nl) wrote: A slasher movie in the style of Scream. Just try not expect Scream 5 and you'll be pleasantly surprised. 57/100
(ru) wrote: I wasn't a big fan of the book, but I wanted to see if the movie was better. Like the book, I thought it was just okay. None of the characters are very appealing, especially Margo. I also don't like how the ending was changed to be more Hollywood.