A great deal of fun. I like mysteries anyway and this one is done very well. Great cast. Great production values. Very re-watchable.
Leonard Maltin/Plot synopsis:
Elegant all-star production of Agatha Christie's whodunit set in the 1930s, with unrecognizable Finney as super-sleuth Hercule Poirot, and all his suspects on the same railroad train. Colorful entertainment, but awfully sluggish; sharp viewers will be able to guess the denouement, as well. Bergman won Best Supporting Actress Oscar. First of several lavish Christie adaptations; followed by DEATH ON THE NILE.