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Murder on the Orient Express (1974)

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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.
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Lumet pulls off an incredible adaptation of a marvelous book.
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Top heavy with suspects but low on thrills.
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All-star murder-mystery fun.
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The real knockout performance comes from Finney, deservedly nominated for an eccentric turn that's unlike anything else he's ever attempted.
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I'm as fond of "production values" as the next fellow, maybe fonder, but I don't wish to be force-fed them by a soulless dietitian who knows what I as a consumer ought to want.
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February 12, 2003

Much of the film truly does belong to Finney's Poirot -- and to his scenes with Martin Balsam and George Colouris --all of which are endlessly entertaining and fascinating.
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Only Finney goes to extra length here to play the finicky Poirot, though for some reason Bergman was singled out for an Academy Award.
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The major fun in watching Sidney Lumet's glitzy version of Agatha Christie is spotting the stars and observing their accents and eccentricties
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Though the ending's pretty obvious, even for those who haven't read the book, you can't deny the power of this cast.
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