Three Act Tragedy

August 29, 2015 - Comment

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E S K says:

disappointingly changed I really enjoyed all the earlier seasons of these David Suchet Poirot mysteries, but in this episode plus some other later ones I’ve seen, Poirot has had a personality change. He tends to be shrill and loud whereas in earlier episodes he was more often gentle and quiet. This goes along with the overall tone of the production. It seems as if it was decided that the Poirot mysteries had to be like every other show on TV in the last several years which is nerve screechingly dramatic and tense…

Hank Matthews says:

Don’t give up on this–it has merit! I have been an Agatha Christie/Hercule Poirot reader and lover for over 40 years. Orient Express is, of course, a classic–and agruably Christie’s finest Poirot adventure. And though I find merit in most of the reviews, I would like to offer some counter-points. 

J. Fisher says:

Disappointment with Death I, too, was disappointed in the drastic changes to the storyline in this version. What was the matter with the way Christie wrote it? The characters were totally different, including unnecessary additions (the nun, Lord Boynton) and the plot was barely recognizable. The nervous downtrodden children of Mrs Boynton (Lady Boynton in this version) are portrayed very differently in this rendition and don’t seem to fear her much at all. And they made her character some sort of financial mover and…

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