UltraHD! Watch Murder on the Orient Express (2017) Kenneth Branagh Penélope Cruz Willem Dafoe CLICK LINK : http://hd.megafoxmovies.com/movie/392044/murder-on-the-orient-express.html Sinopsis :Genius Belgian detective Hercule Poirot investigates the murder of an American tycoon aboard the Orient Express train. Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Josh Gad, Leslie Odom Jr., Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Derek Jacobi, Lucy Boynton, Sergei Polunin, Olivia Colman, Tom Bateman, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Marwan Kenzari, Miranda Raison, Hayat Kamille, Joseph Long, Adam Garcia, Honey Holmes, Alaa Safi, Lasco Atkins, Bernardo Santos, Bern Collaco, Jason Matthewson, Ziad Abaza, Jill Buchanan, Nick Owenford, James Pimenta, Tony Paul West, Asan N'Jie, Alan Calton, Tom Dab, Elena Valdameri, Ekran Mustafa, Fran Targ, Tate Pitchie-Cooper, Scarlett Archer, Charles Streeter, Gerald Maliqi, Raj Awasti, Emanuel Coelho, Andy Apollo, Alejandro Rodriguez Chavez, Lampros Kalfuntzos, Dardan Kolicaj, Nina Kumar, Zeynep Rose Kina, Rami Nasr, Tom Rodgers, Sid Sagar, Rodrig Andrisan, Michael Rouse, Christopher Mulvin, Matthew Hawksley, Adrian Danila, Kate Tydman, Ben Gonzales, Benjayx Murphy, Festim Lama, Pip Jordan, Yasmin Harrison Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery Production: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, The Mark Gordon Company, Scott Free Productions, Latina Pictures, Genre Films, The Estate of Agatha Christie Keyword: #based on novel #remake #murder #whodunit #train The exquisite cinematography alone was breathtaking. Combine the visuals with deft, smart writing and you get an award worthy script. Each performance by the multitude of great actors was inspired. If you appreciate seeing a movie with more than just chase scenes and mass killings, then this is a must see for you. This is a double thumb-er in my opinion. ? ?♥️♥️♥️ "An often breathtakingly-beautiful movie" is not a common description of a murder mystery, but for me, while this movie had other remarkable features, it was first and foremost often breathtaking beautiful. I'm glad I opted to see it in a theater, with a huge HD screen at that, because it certainly added to the pleasure. Some of what we see is computer graphics, but I don't know when I've seen them used so well. The cinematography in general is wonderful and often very creative here. Close-ups of faces that make them look just astonishingly beautiful and at the same time full of character. Interesting camera angles. This movie is certainly a joy to watch. And then there is the acting. I thought Branaugh, a great actor, made Poirot too much of a caricature, but the rest of the actors do a great job with their roles. The camera often shoots their faces close-up, as in older movies, but it can, because these actors all know how to act with their faces. At times the script seemed too full of clues that we weren't allowed enough time to think about. Perhaps, now that I know the end - which certainly comes as a surprise! - the clues would make more sense on a second viewing. Still, a wonderful movie, and one that should definitely be seen in a theater. So much of it would be lost on a small screen.