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  1. 'Murder on the Orient Express' suffers under so-so directingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | Manhattan Mercury

    ... Ryan: Shadow Recruit" and a version of Mozart's "The Magic Flute." The action movies are not first-rank. Maybe his "Sleuth" tells the story of his limitations best. Branaugh's version of the 2007 film was based on the Anthony Shaffer play adapted ...

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  2. 'Murder on the Orient Express' review: A mystery train, 13 suspects longRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 15 | The Maryland Gazette

    ... Also - and this is big - there's an inherent difficulty in remaking any whodunit, as Branagh learned with his go at "Sleuth." With whodunits or twist-dependent thrillers, you may give a new version a shot for comparison's sake, as millions do when a ...

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  3. 'Murder on the Orient Express' review: A mystery train, many suspects longRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 8 | Chicago Tribune

    ... Also - and this is big - there's an inherent difficulty in remaking any whodunit, as Branagh learned with his go at "Sleuth." With whodunits or twist-dependent thrillers, you may give a new version a shot for comparison's sake, as millions do when a ...

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  4. The New Movies of November 2017, In Order of AnticipationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 3 | Film School Rejects

    ... Plus, movies set on trains are awesome! Cons: Branagh's directorial career has also seen some lows with the likes of Sleuth and Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, and the film also stars Johnny Depp. "Denzel Washington stars as Roman Israel, a driven, ...

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  5. 'The Little Prince', 'Moana',...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 24 | Deadline

    ... Branagh directs and stars in as Detective Hercule Poirot. Zambarloukos and Branagh began their partnership on 2006's Sleuth and have worked together on all of Branagh's directing efforts since, including the upcoming family adventure Artemis Fowl . ...

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  6. Shot on Film Featurette for Branagh's 'Murder on the Orient Express'Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 19, 2017 | Firstshowing.net

    ... , director of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein , Hamlet , Love's Labour's Lost , As You Like It , The Magic Flute , Sleuth , Thor , Macbeth , Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit , and Disney's Cinderella previously. The screenplay is written by Michael Green; ...

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  7. Second Trailer for Branagh's 'Murder on the Orient Express' RemakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2017 | Firstshowing.net

    ... , director of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein , Hamlet , Love's Labour's Lost , As You Like It , The Magic Flute , Sleuth , Thor , Macbeth , Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit , and Disney's Cinderella previously. The screenplay is written by Michael Green; ...

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  8. Pat Williams reflects on loss of iconic executives Jerry Krause, Dallas GreenRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2017 | Chicago Tribune

    ... standing between former players Shaquille O'Neal and Nick Anderson. On his way out of the theater after seeing "The Sleuth" one night in 1972, a familiar face kept popping into Pat Williams' mind as he considered actor Michael Caine disguising ...

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  9. The cover of Johnny's new book. It pictures him doing a stunt for Sir Michael Caine in - Sleuth.'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 20, 2017 | Richmond and Twickenham Times

    Hampton resident Johnny Morris had a long career in the British film industry - starting out as a lighting technician before breaking into 'front of camera' roles. He 'doubled' for John Lennon in the first two Beatles movies, 'A Hard Day's Night' and 'Help!', and went on to be Sir Michael Caine's regular double and stunt man for over a decade, working with him on 'The Ipcress File', 'The Italian Job', 'Sleuth', and other classic pictures, as well as arranging the stunts for 'Get Carter.'

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