A perfect mystery jumps the rails in the star-studded Murder On The Orient Express

Shot on 65mm, the new adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic Murder On The Orient Express is diverting and glitzy; one should expect no less from a locked-room mystery set on board a luxury train in the mid-1930s. But suspense remains a foreign concept for actor-director Kenneth Branagh. His erratic direction—more…

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And Then There Were None to intrigue a new generation of moviegoers

Considering Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None is the best-selling mystery novel of all time, it’s a little surprising there hasn’t been an English-language movie adaptation since 1989. That’s about to change, thanks to The Imitation Game’s Morten Tyldum, who was apparently successful in pitching a take that…