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Death on the Nile (2020)

  • Crime Mystery Drama Thriller
  • Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot boards a glamorous river steamer with enough champagne to fill the Nile. But his Egyptian vacation turns into a thrilling search for a murderer when a picture-perfect couple’s idyllic honeymoon is tragically cut short.

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    Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot's vacation aboard a glamorous river steamer turns into a terrifying search for a murderer when a picture-perfect couple's idyllic honeymoon is tragically cut short. Set against an epic landscape of sweeping Egyptian desert vistas and the majestic Giza pyramids, this tale of unbridled passion and incapacitating jealousy features a cosmopolitan group of impeccably dressed travelers, and enough wicked twists and turns to leave audiences guessing until the final, shocking denouement. —jesusblack-91294

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    Originally set to release in December of 2019; the long-delayed cinematic retelling of Agatha Christie’s “Death on the Nile” has finally arrived in cinemas. The last cinematic version of the classic book arrived in 1978 and this time; Director and star Kenneth Branagh beings his version of Master Detective Hercule Poirot to Egypt after a chance encounter with his friend Bouc (Tom Bateman) while on vacation; Poirot attends the wedding of wealthy socialite Linette Ridgeway (Gal Gadot) and notices that she has married a man named Simon Doyle (Armie Hammer). The wedding is a bit of a shock to many as just six weeks prior Doyle was engaged to Jacqueline de Bellefort (Emma Mackey), and Poirot observed the two of them in a London club and how Ridgeway was introduced to Simon by her friend Jacqueline. The wedding reception is disrupted by the arrival of Jacqueline and Linette and Simon confides in Poirot that she has been following them around the world and asks the Detective to encourage her to leave them alone so they can get on with their life. Jacqueline is highly disturbed and pleads her love for Simon and shows a gun which leads Poirot to encourage the newlyweds to abandon their overseas plans and go home. Simon and Linette press on and decide to take their wedding party on a cruise of the Nile in an attempt to get away from Jacqueline. The plan seems to be working well until Jacqueline shows up as a ticketed passenger at a stop along the way. When a near-fatal accident occurs followed by a murder; Poirot must investigate the guests to find the killer. Naturally, there is plenty of motivation to go around, and as the deaths mount; Poirot must use his genius to find the killer. The movie takes its time getting started but the CGI-enhanced scenery and the strong cast are very compelling and set the pieces in place very well. While I was able to solve the mystery about halfway into the film, some of the details around it were cleverly concealed and there were plenty of twists that had me consider other possible suspects. Some may find the film a bit slow but that is the nature of a good mystery as time is given to developing the characters and their motives which adds to the suspense of the film. In the end, the film is an engaging mystery that recalls the classic movie mysteries of old and it will be very interesting to see if audiences will embrace the film in the same way as they did with “Murder on the Orient Express” and audiences will get more Poirot adventures from Branagh in the near future. 4 stars out of 5.

    _Death on the Nile_ crawls towards a resolution you don’t feel invested in. Poirot’s backstory is interesting and there are some solid performances especially from the female cast, but the film otherwise feels like an unwanted game of Guess Who after you unwillingly chug two bottles of NyQuil and are asked to predict who the killer is after two long hours of tediousness. **Full review:** hubpages.com/entertainment/Death-on-the-Nile-2022-Review-A-Drowzy-Whodunit-Loaded-with-Mediocrity

    FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://www.msbreviews.com/movie-reviews/death-on-the-nile-spoiler-free-review "Death on the Nile retains the problems of its predecessor, containing an even less mysterious central mystery and even less interesting multiple storylines. Kenneth Branagh is the great savior, offering a distinctive directing style and an iconic performance as Hercule Poirot. Despite some good displays and a couple of pleasant arcs, Michael Green's screenplay relies too much on its heavy exposition, not managing to escape the forced, dull, redundant dialogues. The audiovisual environment surrounding the entire film reeks of digital deception, sweating its green screen throughout the runtime. A whodunnit is worth more than merely finding the criminal, but the resolution literally being the first option that the first act suggests leaves an inevitable taste of disappointment." Rating: C-

    It's probably best to start by saying that this adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel has virtually nothing at all in common with the 1978 Ustinov/Niven iteration (which I really like). Sir Kenneth Branagh starts off by giving us a little of the somewhat tragic WWI backstory to the famous Belgian detective before we are introduced to the newlywed "Doyle" couple Gal Gadot and Armie Hammer, his disgruntled ex girlfriend "Jackie" (Emma Mackey - whom I could have sworn was Margot Robbie) and an assembled cast aboard the luxury Nile paddle steamer "Karnak" where murder and mayhem ensue. A great deal of care has been taken with this production, and it looks great. That said, though, I found the characterisations pretty sterile; there are stars here but not (Annette Bening notwithstanding) big stars, and we get to know little of the personalities or grudges of the suspects. Tom Bateman reprises his role as "Book" from Sir Kenneth's other, equally flawed, "Poirot" outing back in 2017, but that stretches coincidence just a bit too much! There is little, if any humour, and though I did initially enjoy the 1930s Blues music it started to intrude a bit as the film progressed. Patrick Doyle's rather bland score reminded me of "Kingdom of Heaven" (2005) and though there is a fair degree of location photography, there is an equally fair degree of pretty obvious CGI too. Somehow, Sir Kenneth just isn't "Poirot" for me. His performances are always just a little bit too theatrical - he always has to be centre stage. The whole pace of the film really does lack any accumulating sense of menace and though it is certainly better seeing it on a big screen, I was really somewhat underwhelmed.

    From a technical standpoint it's not bad and does feature a good cast and fine performances, but it's also rather predictable (kind of called the twist early on) and it's fairly slow to the point it I was losing interest (even though it's less than two hours long sans credits). Only glad I watched this for free on HBO Max as this was a one-time viewing for me (as was Branagh's Murder on the Orient Express, which I found only mildly entertaining but also overlong). **2.75/5**

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    1 month ago

    I wasn't anxious to see Kenneth Branagh's version of DEATH ON THE NILE. I thought his remake of MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS was a poor imitation of Sidney Lumet's masterpiece, and his mustache awful. Previews of this movie made it apparent that he had changed mustaches, by gluing one on top of another; this made him look like Eddie Izzard. When the movie started with the Belgians going over the top against the Germans during an anachronistic gas attack in World War One, I felt even worse. Did Branagh think that stretching out the movie with Poirot's back story would make something out of a collection of tics that Agatha Christie used in place of learning how to write a character? Was this supposed to add depth to the stereotypes and make of this more than another of her perfectly plotted impossible murder mysteries? Was I going to care about any of these waxwork figures?And by the end I did. Whether this is simply a matter of having my expectations set so very low, or Branagh's understanding of Shakespearean drama and how to supervise a flawless Nilotic location shoot, I cannot tell. Some star casting was wasted, although it's nice to see French & Saunders back together again. Gal Gadot's native Sabra accent comes and goes; Letitia Wright gets to score some points, and by the end we regret every murder, victims of their own weaknesses. And despite the awkward ending, Poirot comes off as someone more than a collection of little grey cells who wants to retire and raise vegetable marrows.

    1 month ago

    "Death on the Nile" is an co-production between America and the United Kingdom and a 2022 release, so still really new and fresh this one here. The language is English for the most part and there are some segments in French too. In the closing credits you can read that this is a Kenneth Branagh production. I think this says it all. Branagh did not write the screenplay here, but he was still the man in charge of the film, of the entire project behind the camera. Truly amazing year he is having of course with Belfast too. For that film he actually wrote the script, but was not seen in front of the camera. Here it was the other way around. The writer here was Michael Green and well I really, really loved Logan, the film he was Oscar-nominated for, but I did not see too much in Blade Runner 2049, so everything was possible in terms of the story and how much I would (dis)like it. Story is key of course. Always for me. I have not read the Agatha Christie novel, so I also was not sure what was going to happen here and that proved the perfect background. But I will get to that later on. Let's stay with the basics for now maybe. The film runs for slightly over two hours and you will find many familiar names and faces in the cast. You also have to give props to Branagh because he does what he wants and will not let anybody tell him otherwise. Look at the decision to cast Katy Perry's ex Russell Brand as one of the less significant supporting characters, maybe the most serious character of the entire film. Unusual casting decision. I don't like Brand, so not gonna say anything really encouraging here, but I am genuinely in awe of Branagh for casting Armie Hammer after everything that was happened to him recently. So nice to see Hammer back in a big movie. I hope his career will keep going for a long time still. Always like to watch him and it is especially embarrassing how those who loved Call Me by your Name did not side with him at all. But that is another story. So I mentioned a few cast members already. Gal Gadot, Tom Bateman, Annette Bening, Sophie Okonedo... there's more. Also some not so big names, but almost every actor who is in this film has an alright amount of screen time pretty much.This is the second time I think that Branagh plays Poirot and I watched the first film too and I was not too impressed with that one, even if it wasn't a bad film either or anything, but this one here is clearly an improvement. If there is a third at some point and I guess there will be, then it would be nice if they can maintain the high level from this 2022 release. I was drawn in quickly here. I was curious about almost every single character what would happen to them and if they are maybe the killer. So mission accomplished you could say. I was really curious who did it. But I was also curious already about who would be the victim. It would take quite some time here until the first killing finally happens. I must admit that when we see Gadot's character as a corpse it was the only time I found her attractive. Sorry if this sounds harsh. Further killings happen in the second half of the film and this was basically when I found this to be a great and not just a good movie. So much tension. I did not care that much about Branagh himself or his character, maybe because he is not too likable, but also not really flawed in an interesting sense. I cannot say how close to the books they made him here and in general. But the other characters are totally enough to carry the movie. The film even starts with an introduction from decades earlier that showed us that Poirot's wits were also there already when he was a young man, young soldier. He basically helped all his fellow soldiers, but he could not save his commander and that haunted him for quite some time. Just like his partner not listening to him in terms of when she would come and visit. We also find out that he was severely injured in his face and that was the reason for his memorable moustache and in the end he loses the moustache, but that did not feel as memorable as it could have been. It seems Poirot has some kind of romantic interest in Okonedo's character and maybe losing the moustache was a sign that he also let go somehow when it comes to the woman who was the love of his life perhaps and who died at a very young age.There are many exaggerations in this film, but they do help the matter in fact I would say. Of course, nobody could have been as great in seeing everything that Poirot saw, for example who his buddy is crushing on. I am not just talking about the solution who is behind the killings. Many other moments. One criticism I had initially was that I was not too happy about this random encounter between Poirot and his friend near the pyramids. That seemed too much of a coincidence, but then again we do get an explanation there and it was not a coincidence at all, so all is good. I have to dig really deep here to find flaws. Maybe the scene near the end before the solution when all the doors close, so nobody could get away was a bit too much. But Poirot is vain and loves to self-promote himself, so it does make sense too. If I have to mention one issue it is the explanation who threw the boulder from up there. That he did it, but also that he immediately admitted to doing it while even crying like a boy right after, before that, not admitting anything and being really determined to be completely innocent. Poirot's best moment for me was a bit of a tongue-in-cheek scene I must say. It was clearly the writer and Branagh toying with us for a moment and even mocking the material that every single character has to be a suspect in these films/novels. You know which moment I mean when you hear it. So best is to not take this film really seriously and if you manage (not) to do so, you will enjoy it the most. I mean just look at how Poirot's friend was the one who stole the priceless item. And saw that Gadot's character was dead. Or how said friend is killed right before he can reveal the killer's identity. That had a touch of James Bond almost.The solution with the color red and what the water of the Nile had to do with it all was so-so. Also did not really convince me I must admit because this was really the only piece of evidence. I have to mention Emma Mackey in here. She is such a femme fatale eventually and even if I had no idea who was it that did the killing, in the end it is pretty accurate that it was those two who really had the safest alibis. Rose Leslie is also alright. Pretty deveastating for Gadot's character really because she is not totally mad at her former friend and even praises her on one occasion that sher former friend was the only one who was not after her money. How wrong could she be! Of course, not the entire film was a winner and it also felt a bit too complacent at times with the ways how it depicted same-sex romance and race issues. In the 21st century, the murderer could not be one of the Black characters. As for the same-sex romance, this was also a bit of a struggle for me to accept that Poirot really saw through all of that. But it's okay. His gloating was still entertaining I suppose. I must say the film really reminded me a bit of Knives Out here and there in terms of the entire tone. But a few more words on Death on the Nile. Of course, the film is set in Egypt, but except the pyramids you will not see too much really interesting stuff from the geographical point of view. This is not a film that will make you want to travel to Africa immediately. Northern Africa I should maybe say because this is not set in an area where many really Black people are living, even if you find some in this film, also cast-wise, and the music (genre) is accordingly. Overall, this film succeeded the most thanks to solid attention to detail. Look at the moment when Bening's character realizes her color red is gone. Or when Hammer's character makes a statement about how many times he had sex and corrects Gadot's character even. A bit of a power play. The latter may have felt superior there, but she really had no idea. The discussion between the two women was already really interesting early on and I personally would never pick Gadot over Mackey either, but that is of course entirely subjective.Okay, that's it then. I think this film is very easy to appreciate, also on the small screen. You should watch it on the big screen if you still have the chance to do so, but I think that in movie theaters it is ending its run now, so doesn't matter where you watch it as long as you give it a go somewhere. For me never in doubt here that I would give the outcome a thumbs-up. Branagh also did wisely (or actually the writer did) in not giving Poirot too many scenes in which he feels unlikable. I mean the film relies on Poirot solving the mystery, but it does not rely on the audience wanting him to do so. He is not Columbo. It rather relies on the audience being really curious who did it. I know I was. So was everybody else at my showing I felt. And I think you will be as well. I wonder if having read the novel takes away from it. Now I also wonder if I was maybe just tired when watching the first film because I preferred this one here a lot and maybe I will give that older film a rewatch too at some point. But not right away. Maybe when a third comes up. As young as Branagh looks in real life, here he (or his character) actually looks around the age of 60. But go see for yourself. Also nice sets and costumes here. I would not have been mad at an Oscar nomination for Death on the Nile, but it wasn't meant to be. Pity. Or is it only eligible for the 2023 Oscars? Could very well be the case. I hope some remember it then still. This film was executed competently in pretty much every production department. It very much deserves to be seen and the weaknesses are really just minor. I give it an enthusiastic thumbs-up. I was really nicely entertained here. (tt7657566)

    1 month ago

    The famous Karnak, the murder boat sets sail for a third time, I have really waited for this, it has a lot to live up to, Ustinov's adaptation being one of my all time favourite films.Was it worth the wait?For the most part, I'd say yes, plenty of positives to focus on, first off, the visuals, Oscar worthy in my opinion, this was breathtakingly beautiful, landscapes, clothes, buildings, people of course, a real feast for the eyes.The acting was fabulous, several names to make you raise an eyebrow for one reason and another. First off, Russell Brand, I honestly thought he was excellent here, as were Sophie Okonedo, Tom Bateman and Emma Mackey.Branagh is terrific here, a superb performance, and dare I say more accomplished than in the first film.A few elements I didn't like quite so much, some of the characters had perhaps wandered a little too far from the original source material, I say that not as an Agatha Christie purist, I just enjoy the eccentricities from the likes of Bowers, Salome Otterborne and van Schuyler.The film's focus was a little frustrating at times, it could have perhaps gone a little heavier on the whodunnit element, rather than the drama of the relationships.It remains a thrill seeing Agatha Christie on the big screen, now that we've had the two big blockbusters, what's next for Branagh, will his Poirot hang up his (in)famous moustaches, or will we get Evil under the sun?Overall, I enjoyed it, 7/10.

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