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Death on the Nile (1978)

  • Mystery
  • As Hercule Poirot enjoys a luxurious cruise down the Nile, a newlywed heiress is found murdered on board. Can Poirot identify the killer before the ship reaches the end of its journey?

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    Based on the Dame Agatha Christie novel, our favorite Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot (Sir Peter Ustinov), is on a cruise up the Nile. He is surrounded by an interesting assortment of characters, including a wealthy heiress and her husband, on their honeymoon. It appears that everyone hates the heiress.

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    3 years ago

    A later super-popular Agatha Christie adaptation, Death on the Nile (1978), hails from that wonderful period when multi-star movies were all the rage, both with producers and movie-goers. This one assembles a really outstanding cast, including Peter Ustinov and David Niven as the detectives, and the richly rewarding Mia Farrow, plus Angela Lansbury, Bette Davis, George Kennedy, Maggie Smith, Jack Warden, Lois Chiles, etc, as the potential victims. No-one seems to have noticed that Miss Christie uses exactly the same plot device (admittedly with a cleverly convincing variation) that she employed in "And Then There Were None". Not that these quibbles matter very much when we moviegoers are treated to this opulently-filmed-on-location exercise in high-budget entertainment. The Anchor Bay DVD rates 10/10 with me. And it also carries some admirable extras.

    3 years ago

    It's happened on Saturday evening,l and my new girl were at Theatre's door to see "The Graduate" but my girlfriend was under sixteen and it didn't able to see this blamed movie just for mature audiences,well so we had to made another choice nearby "Death on the Nile" so clever Agatha Christie's adaptation to screen,so yesterday l asking to my wife if her had some remembering about this movie which we are about to see on DVD...and she waited a few minutes and.....remember everything!!Well this case shows how cinema is important for those whose fiction mix to real life forever!!! Resume: First watch: 1980 / How many: 4 / Source: Theatre-TV-DVD / Rating: 8.5

    3 years ago

    When done right, mystery movies can be very fun and engaging movies. One of the best mystery authors of the twentieth century was Agatha Christie, and many of her works were adapted to the big screen to varying levels of success. The biggest hit movie was 1974's Murder on the Orient Express. Following in that film's footsteps, Death on the Nile was released four years later with the same formula. The story is essentially the same, but with a different location and brand new set of characters. While the movie is fine, it is also somewhat forgettable. It has not been awhile since I seen this film and I usually remember my films, but I'm having a hard time trying to figure out what exactly happened. That being said, it is a decent watch. The scenery is fun to see and the costumes are cool to look at. The cast is filled to the brim with veteran British actors and they all deliver fine performances.We are aboard the S.S Karnak as it travels down the great Nile River in Egypt. However, there are many people who want the rich heiress Linnet Ridgeway (Lois Chiles) dead. Her riches are sought after by the elderly Mrs. Van Schulyer (Bette Davis), Salome Otterbourne (Angela Lansbury) is an author who has a libel lawsuit brought upon her, Salome's daughter, Rosalie (Olivia Hussey) wants to keep her mother happy, Andrew Pennington (George Kennedy) has been stealing from her family, and an old friend Jacqueline De Bellefort (Mia Farrow) is upset that her fiancé was stolen away from her. After Ridgeway is murdered, it's up to the famed detective Hercules Poirot (Peter Ustinov) to figured out the culprit behind the murder.As you can obviously tell, the film has a large cast full of brand names. So it's no surprise that they all deliver good performances. No one delivers career-best performances, but this is not the kind of film that requires such performances. However, my standout performance goes to Peter Ustinov as the detective. If you read any of Christie's stories, you will be able to tell that he captures the essence of what the character is supposed to be. It's also cool to see an actress from the Golden Age of Hollywood in the movie. I'm talking about the legendary Bette Davis. She delivers another great performance, and it's cool to note how she addressed the change of filmmaking since her heyday in the 30's and 40's. She called films travelogues in the 70's and essentially they are. I would have love to work along the Nile River traveling through ancient history. All of the names mentioned above did great, but there are even more names in the movie with the likes of Jane Birkin, Maggie Smith, and Jack Warden in the movie.So John Guillermin's Death on the Nile is a fun mystery movie even if its a little forgettable. It is formulaic, but the performances are well worth the watch. Seeing Ustinov in action trying to crack the case is what makes this movie a fun watch. It's hard to remember specific plot details, but that is what happens in a movie based on formula. But the film is successful in being mysterious, and that is really all that matters. I liked how the film was shot on location because we got to see exquisite scenery. Also, I really liked the costumes. Overall, this is a little fun mystery.My Grade: B

    3 years ago

    The screen version of Agatha Christie's Death On The Nile would be one of the definitive adaptions of the very old fashioned(but still strangely popular) murder mystery genre. After twenty-seven years the movie holds up very well.The most was made of the Egyption setting of the film as it was filmed mostly on location and the stunning ancient sites of Egypt are filmed beautifully. Tourism in Egypt apparently increased significanlty after the film's release. Not surprising.Also making the film a treat is the wonderful cast. Peter Ustinov stepped into the role of Hercule Poirot for the first time and despite no resemblance to Christie's descriptions of Poirot, made the role his own for the next decade. Ustinov gives a stern but comic portrayal of Poirot which is balanced with the casting of Ustinov's close friend David Niven as Colonal Race, Poirot's sidekick.Heading the feast of suspects is the legendary Bette Davis as a grand dame with a sour Maggie Smith as her paid nurse/companion. There bickering scenes together are a hilarious highlight of the movie. Angela Lansbury is also a scene stealer as a tipsy, uninhibited novelist who does a hilarious tango with David Niven. Mia Farrow delivers a very good dramatic performance, as the women scorned which almost steers away from the usual cardboard stereotype characterisations of Agatha Christie.Director John Guillerman let his great cast have fun with their characters partly because veteran thriller writer Anthony Shaffer wrote the screenplay. Although the murder mystery is a clever one and played out very well Shaffer injected the script with more wit and spice than the original novel had. (The Bette Davis and Maggie Smith scenes being the best example) The soundtrack of the film is an underrated gem with veteran composer Nino Rota producing a grand, sumptuous, inviting and mysterious soundtrack which perfectly complements the setting and the drama. Also his arrangement of the tango tune "Jealousy" is the best I've ever heard.All this makes for a fun, lively old fashioned treat of a film that can be returned to from time to time.

    3 years ago

    I watched this film when it was broadcast on channel four last Christmas and I was so blown away by it that I had to buy the movie on DVD. Coming from a true fan of murder mystery TV shows with my all-time favourite series being Midsomer Murders, I can tell you this has to be one of the best detective dramas ever to be adapted from one of Agatha Christie's novels. Peter Ustinov gives a wonderful performance as Christie's world famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, who along with his sidekick has to solve three violent shootings on a luxury cruise ship sailing off the coast of Egypt. The story is full of red herrings, great and really well acted characters and lots of fantastic humour. It is also very gripping with a crime that is forever tricky to work out and a truly unpredictable killer gives the film a perfect ending. I would suggest to all fans of classic British Murder Myestries to see this 1970's Agatha Christie tale but you will have to be prepared to be blown away by it. I overall give Death on the Nile 8/10 stars.ONE OF THE BEST DETECTIVE STORIES EVER WRITTEN!

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