Death on the Nile
Mystery • PG • 1978 • 2 hr 20 min
Its exotic locals and a stunning masterclass of actors. Makes this agatha christie adaptation a must see.
A great Agatha Christie murder mystery. Always a fun time
Big diff in the Poirot show episode & this version as will B the new remake 4 sure, but they are equally enjoyable if U R a Christie freak!
Strong accuracy to the book, great performances and a stunning aesthetic that holds up well for being from the 70s.
Ustinov might be more Ustinov than Poirot but you can't help but adore the fun and style in this star-packed adaptation.
Mia Farrow is incredible in this follow up to “Murder on the Orient Express.” Sells the suspense and spine tingles better than the remake.
If the ending isn't spoiled, this is a gem.
Even though this is a slow-going movie, i did not get bored of any part of it. Furthermore it has lots of outstanding actors.
An absolute crime and mystery classic. Despite being slow, it's full of great actors and has a dynamic narrative structure.
A fabulous cast in this adaptation of one of Christie's classic. I loved Angela Lansbury the most
As Hercule Poirot enjoys a luxurious cruise down the Nile, a newlywed heiress is found murdered on board. Can Poirot identify the killer before the ship reaches the end of its journey?
An opulent beach resort provides a scenic background to this amusing whodunit as Poirot attempts to uncover the nefarious evildoer behind the strangling of a notorious stage star.
Actress Jane Wilkinson wants a divorce, but her husband, Lord Edgware, refuses. She convinces Hercule Poirot to use his famed tact and logic to make her case. Lord Edgware turns up murdered, a well-placed knife wound at the base of his neck. It will take the precise Poirot to sort out the lies from the alibis - and find the criminal before another victim dies.
During a murder hunt game at a country house, to which Hercule Poirot is invited as an "expert", a real murder occurs.
In Acapulco, Hercule Poirot attends a dinner party in which one of the guests clutches his throat and suddenly dies. The causes seem to be natural until another party with most of the same guests produces another corpse.
Emily Boynton, the stepmother to three children, blackmails the family lawyer into destroying a second will of her late husband that would have freed the children from her dominating influence. She takes herself, the children, and her daughter-in-law on holiday to Europe and the Holy Land. At a dig, Emily is found dead and Hercule Poirot investigates.