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Absolute "must-see" murder-mystery classic. Definitely an oldie but a goodie! One of those movies that really needs to be seen at some stage in your life, and the scenery in Egypt is breathtaking.
This is a great film interpretation of Agatha Christie's classic novel. Although Peter Ustinov is not considered the most accurate Poirot, he does great justice to the character and his acting is superb... Read more. The film features a range of great actors include Lois Chiles as the focus character and many award-winning performers.
Brilliant who dunnit. Apart from the fact there is no sci-fi this film hasn't aged at all. The scenery is brilliant and the movie is full of top stars.
A wonderful ensemble cast inhabit this enjoyable classic. The Egyptian setting is gorgeous and majestic and provides a wonderful backdrop to this murder mystery. I prefer Suchet's Poirot but Ustinov... Read more nails the fussiness of the character. As a period piece it hasn't dated like many seventies films do so worth watching even if you've seen the 2004 Suchet version.
An excellent old classic! Even though this is the old version I found it very interesting and good to see the great acting of the movie greats. An enjoyable movie.
Quite a high body count in this one! These films really are classy affairs. Great scenery. Would suggest a gin and tonic with a slice of lemon while watching. Recomended if you are into who-dunnits... Read more. The plot was kind of preposterous - but the acting was so good you somehow forgot about it.
An oldie but a goodie. Packed with stars who are a pleasure to watch with an excellent twist in regard to the murder(s).
I have seen this before 20 years ago and it was well worth a second watch. Not fast moving but kept your attention. Can certainly see why it has stood the test of time. Well worth viewing.
This movie was bit drawn out and boring no real action but i guess if you like to see some old stars was ok.
Brilliant. Agatha Christie at her best. Great performances and the final twist at the end keeps you on your toes.