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Death on the Nile Movie Review, Trailer, Cast, and Watch Online: Gal Gadot movie is a bit of a stretch, and Kenneth Branagh makes it worse
Death on the Nile movie review: With so many great actors, you’ll wish Kenneth Branagh went ahead with it. And wear a short mustache.
- Death on the Nile Movie Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Gal Gadot, Annette Bening, Armie Hammer, Ali Fazal
- Death on the Nile Film Director: Kenneth Braangho
- Death on the Nile Movie Rating: 3 Star
Kenneth Branagh gives Agatha Christie another shot with Death on the Nile. The setting is more breathtaking, the actors more gorgeous, the clothes more glamorous, there is love or discussion of it all the time, and if it isn’t, there are steamy suggestions of more sensual and, let’s say, pretty friendly pleasures.
In fact, through its opening half, Death on the Nile is just the pyramid-scale ambition that should bring us back to the movies after another brush with the pandemic. An heiress (Gadot) is on her honeymoon, and the party is set against the majestic beauty of Egypt, between Ramses and his queens, sandstorms and kites over the pyramids, what she wants and what she gets.
When the party kicks off on a boat with Branagh’s Poirot as a guest, luxury moves from lobster to caviar, and life oozes sun, sand, and servants.
It’s easy not to envy Gadot for anything, even if she really knows better than the man she stole from a friend, ie. She is a very attractive actress. However, the feeling that it will all come to an end by accident is precisely what hangs on that cruise for the same reason.
When you’re rich, you’re not safe from anyone, Lynette says. And his fellow travelers who have either failed in love because of him or are dependent on his wealth make up a good and long, mixed suspect list.
If Lynette is a man of jealous attraction, it is unfortunate that Hammer is her husband, with two lovely women longing for him and who cannot take his hands off him. Even without the scandal that now taints the golden boy, Hammer has the sleek charm of looking too good for two intelligent women not to see him.
As Poirot, Branagh takes his time leading up to his grand reveal, as bodies move around him. If there’s a slight stretch this time around, Branagh makes it worse by making the entire film about himself again. From the heroism of World War I to the loveable tragedy, there is nothing his Poirot is not capable of.
With so many great actors around, especially in the form of the Okenodo sizzling singer who’s really rocking this cruise, and Bennett who’s woefully short – let’s not forget Ali Fazal, who is this incredibly The inexplicable Brown is a “cousin” in the White family—you just wish Branagh could move on with it. And wear a short mustache.
Source: Shalini Langer, The Indian Express, Direct News 99