Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express

In 1935, when his train is stopped by deep snow, detective Hercule Poirot is called on to solve a murder that occurred in his car the night before.

Having concluded a case, detective Hercule Poirot (Albert Finney) settles into what he expects will be a relaxing journey home aboard the Orient Express. But his train is stopped by deep snow, and he is called on to solve a murder that occurred in his car the night before. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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JeanAntoine B (ru) wrote: Wonderful, it sums perfectly the sad life of lebanese women ,and how they can find their hapiness in little things but mostly from friendship.

Terea M (fr) wrote: One of my favourite!!!

Agus B (us) wrote: dwaaaaaaaaaaaajajjajaja desagradable pesima,horrible pelicula

Sabrina S (fr) wrote: great siam war movies

Majken B (kr) wrote: A both fast and interesting film of the lifes and troubles of the flight controllers. You really sense the drama and the tension between Robert Sean Leonard's on top of his game character and Kiether Sutherland's struggling Jack.

David G (ag) wrote: It has spectacular animation that can still be regarded as amazing. But the creativity is so bland and it's a mess.

Adam M (gb) wrote: The everyman as a smart but ineffectual professional? ...Giannini plays a detective always two steps behind the killer as beautiful ladies disappear from the cast before any female character development is allowed to occur ... The hero's personality is likable but he's hard to sympathize with as he mopes around, making mistakes. Some good shots and a lot of wasted ones. There's a treacherous rooftop chase. Much less treacherous is the tilting and panning from a lampshade in the killer's apartment, which is supposed to be a pre-murder leitmotiv -- it's the lamp shade of death.

Peggy V (ag) wrote: Reflections on post-revolutionary Cuba fueled by the scepticism of the intelligentsia. Great theme in what is considered one of the greatest films of all times - sadly it only engages the brain but not the senses.

Chrissy P (es) wrote: meh. it passed the time. high point: lauren bacall is fab in her small role.

Kevin R (us) wrote: It's very funny at the end!

Private U (fr) wrote: Well written and funny.

Steve B (nl) wrote: Holy crap this was awesome

Campbell P (de) wrote: Jerry Maguire is the perfect balance of a sports drama and romance movie. I was surprised how well the two genres were able to mesh together and NEVER get off topic. This film stars the talents of Tom Cruise, Renee Zellweger, and Cuba Gooding Jr. The story follows Jerry Maguire who is a sports agent who recently was laid off and starts to build his own sports agency with the help of an accountant named Dorothy. Jerry Maguire has multiple themes throughout such as love, hope, ambition, heartache, and determination. What surprised and intrigued me the most about this film was that how well two genres that are more likely to be opposites, came together and made a really great straightforward movie! The acting is phenomenal, Tom Cruise and Cuba Gooding Jr are at their best in this movie, I loved their characters, I loved all the characters! This movie has one of the sweetest romances ever to cross the screen. They built up enough chemistry to make this romance believable and heart wrenching. What makes this film so unique is that it has its cliches in it for sure, but has a lot of different elements added to it so you don't even care about it. All the main characters had developed over time especially Jerry who definitely needed it most and worked out perfectly. The ending was perfect to me in every way, it was sweet, funny, charming, and feel good. Jerry Maguire is a unique film that went under Cameron Crowe's great direction to make this one of the sweetest movies I've ever seen. A-

Cain L (gb) wrote: Fine war scenes and cinematography, but no one to root for.