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Since everyone is deliberately forgetting because facts are inconvenient in a world were it’s…

Since everyone is deliberately forgetting because facts are inconvenient in a world were it’s not about guilt or innocence but controverse and getting likes and followers and hating men as much as possible:

Those are the facts, now move on with your lives and stop trying to get attention by bashing innocent people. His daughter is getting death threats because of it. And if you want to boycott abusers, not that any of you do it because of solidarity but because it makes you look good on social media, boycot her

banesfuture: Murder on the Orient Express – a short review by…

banesfuture:

Murder on the Orient Express – a short review by yours truly

So, MotOE premiered here on the 9th, but I just found the time (and the right company) to go see it, and let me tell you – I’m glad I did.
It is, without a doubt, the most beautiful (scenery-wise) film I’ve seen in a while. Whether it be scenes shot at real locations, or made through CGI, everything was made perfectly, creating a 2-hour eye-candy. I’d be damn disappointed if it doesn’t win any awards because it is truly a cinematographic masterpiece.
Poirot’s mustache and slight OCD delivered a few funny moments, which were, in my opinion, really needed to lift the otherwise electric atmosphere. It is also a good thing the film starts and ends with the detective working (and then being called to work) on yet another case, because it brings the new audience an insight into who this quirky detective is, and why he’s considered the best in what he does.
I’ll try to not give away spoilers, so I’ll just vaguely refer to that one scene in which Poirot explains who the murdered passenger really is, and what he’s done. It’s made in such a way it’s both tragic and bone-chilling, which makes it one of my favorite scenes.
The star-studded cast, no doubt, delivers even more than promised, and they all fit their roles perfectly. Ratchett’s arrogance, the count’s rage, the princesses’ authority – there’s literally no better actor choice for every given role.
The only con I could find is that the end was a bit rushed, with few very important details being explained so fast they can easily slip up unnoticed, while there were some long (and may I say, unnecessary?) scenes in which Poirot talks to himself, or talks the audience, or talks to whomever, which could’ve been cut short.
I’m not going to lie, I went to see this film only because JD is in it, and even though he was in like 3 scenes and 10 minutes total, which in other cases would disappoint me a little, the film itself is worth seeing.
I believe that no matter if you’ve read the book or seen (and liked) the original film, you’ll like this version as well as anyone who doesn’t know what the story is about.
I give it 9/10.

Amber Heard was arrested for abusing her ex-girl and given 2 years probationShe dropped her case…

Amber Heard was arrested for abusing her ex-girl and given 2 years probation

She dropped her case against johnny Depp with prejudice
The police were set to tesify againts her in the Johnny Depp case

And yet some bitter people can’t accept that you can’t keep a good and innocent man dow. Get a life dolls

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sakurafavjd: ‘Murder on the Orient Express’

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‘Murder on the Orient Express’

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‘Daddy’s Home 2’ and ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ impress at the box office [VIDEO]

‘Daddy’s Home 2’ and ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ impress at the box office [VIDEO]:

becauseitisjohnnydepp:

“Murder on the Orient Express” (20th Century Fox) is a remake with a star-studded cast. It generated ticket sales of slightly over $28 million in the domestic market with another $45 million from overseas. These were more than expectations.

The cost of making the film was in the region of $55 million. The cast has names like Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Penélope Cruz, and Daisy Ridley. It is directed by Kenneth Branagh who portrays the role of Hercule Poirot, the inimitable Belgian detective created by Agatha Christie. The movie has appealed to a large section of the audience who were aged over 35.

(…) Movies like “Daddy’s Home 2” and “Murder on the Orient Express” have come as a breath of fresh air, and have impressed the box office. They have also sent a message that old is gold, and the industry must realize that there is an audience for such movies.

Murder on the Orient Express box office:

becauseitisjohnnydepp:

Fox’s Agatha Christie adaptation travelled to a non-final $5.7m (£4.4m) second weekend for $16.9m (£13m) after ten days in play, soon to become Sir Kenneth Branagh’s second-biggest directorial outing in the UK, ahead of Thor.

As expected, it enjoyed a strong first Mon-Thurs period with $4.7m (£3.6m) banked and Murder On The Orient Express should continue to prosper midweek. [x]

‘Daddy’s Home 2’ and ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ impress at the box office [VIDEO]

‘Daddy’s Home 2’ and ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ impress at the box office [VIDEO]:

“Murder on the Orient Express” (20th Century Fox) is a remake with a star-studded cast. It generated ticket sales of slightly over $28 million in the domestic market with another $45 million from overseas. These were more than expectations.

The cost of making the film was in the region of $55 million. The cast has names like Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Penélope Cruz, and Daisy Ridley. It is directed by Kenneth Branagh who portrays the role of Hercule Poirot, the inimitable Belgian detective created by Agatha Christie. The movie has appealed to a large section of the audience who were aged over 35.

(…) Movies like “Daddy’s Home 2” and “Murder on the Orient Express” have come as a breath of fresh air, and have impressed the box office. They have also sent a message that old is gold, and the industry must realize that there is an audience for such movies.