PUNQ’s review published on Letterboxd:
So much glamor and so little substance delivered for one of Agatha Christie's most beloved tales. It's like all the focus was on the glitter and not the characters. Empty characterizations from a star-powered cast rushing through their scenes. Still I love the world of Christie and I'm all for other's attempting a Poirot than David Suchet, and I felt Kenneth Branagh was a good one.