Robert Gardiner’s review published on Letterboxd:
“Scary stories make real life a little less scary“
I found this much improved over Death On The Nile , especially in pace and story execution. Kenneth Branagh once again directs and starts, as the famous sleuth Poirot . In a third whodunnit mystery, based on the works of Agatha Christie. The film starts with Poirot retired in Venice , after two bad trips by train and ship. His retirement is interrupted by an old friend, with a new case about a medium . But the seance is soon shelved by murder, Branagh does a good job of laying out the clues and red herons . So you can play along with Poirot at home, which is the fun side watching whodunnit. Co-starring Kelly Reilly and Michelle Yeoh, watched on Disney + .