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Jul 16, 2021Having recently read the book this is based on, I found many of the changes to be both unnecessary and, just, bad (esp. how they changed Rose's circumstances), like the writer or director or whoever desperately wanted to be edgy and "real." This is a take on Poirot that loses all his charm in favor of a darker, grittier, less mustachioed , sadder re-boot, which felt unnecessary. I do think people unfamiliar with Poirot might like this, however, as a slow, methodical crime series.
Feb 11, 2021Whatever it is, it isn't Agatha Christie and it isn't Poirot.
Jan 20, 2021Possible the worst Poirot adaptation ever made, this bears virtually no relation to the original story what so ever. If you want to make something else, make something else and call it something else. Please don't trash much loved stories.
Jan 03, 2021If you're going to adapt a novel into a TV show, changing major parts of the plot is just going to ruin it for those who know the novel. This is also extremely slow, and really quite boring. I'm a fan of Malkovich, but playing a Belgian detective in 1930's Britain is a step beyond his talents.
Apr 01, 2019Dreadful. They butchered Agatha Christine story.
Feb 18, 2019Terrible version of the original. The acting was brilliant but changes from the original and addition of xenophobia was unnecessary.
Feb 12, 2019First episode was slow moving but the subsequent episodes hooked me!
Feb 10, 2019Terrible adaptation of the great Agatha Christie's work. Malkovich is not Hercule Poirot, slow and no personality. The twists were too drawn out to make a longer series. Very disappointing.
Jan 31, 2019It is only three episodes?! Maybe it should be called a mini-miniseries.
Jan 12, 2019A darker, brooding take on Agatha Christie. Malkovich's Poirot comes off as much more human, though the genius and attendant arrogance is still present. Overall, it's a welcome change from the Christie adaptations of the past. Very chilling.