Death on the Nile

Death on the Nile

By Kenneth Branagh

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2022-02-11
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 2h 7min
  • Director: Kenneth Branagh
  • iTunes Price: USD 19.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99


Although Belgium’s premiere sleuth Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) plans a spectacular Egyptian vacation aboard a glamorous river steamer, the trip turns into a terrifying search for a murderer after a picture-perfect couple’s honeymoon is cut tragically short. Set against a sweeping landscape of Giza pyramids and desert vistas, Death on the Nile features a stunning ensemble cast. Based on Agatha Christie’s beloved novel, this tale of unbridled passion and incapacitating jealousy is filled with wicked twists and turns that will have you guessing until the shocking finale.


  • Great Who-dunnit!

    By CountBond
    Watch Murder on the Orient Express first, as this builds on that. Loved all the dynamic characters and lavish setting. Keeps you guessing with plenty of surprises!
  • Loved this film.

    By Jthilf
    I believe there’s a political agenda with the people who are leaving negative reviews. You people need to get a life.
  • Movies for geniuses

    By I eat books
    If you didn’t figure out the plot in the first 10 minutes the underfunded American Education system has failed you.
  • Underwhelmed

    By UnusualTrouble
    The cast offers nothing but bland performances and the main character is honestly the Nile.
  • Regret

    By AnUntakenNickname117
    This is a travesty built upon the corpse of one of the best stories written by Agatha Christie. While the acting is good to excellent; the whole film reeks of additions and changes to make it more 'modern'. These modifications, while tolerable in Orient Express, as the core story and characters were left intact; stick out like a sore thumb here with subpar writing. While those unfamiliar with the book will likely be entertained through its runtime and little else, I heartily regret ever watching it. I would would instead recommend getting the book on tape as performed by David Suchet for a far more enjoyable experience.
  • Nile

    By DVR415
    This movie was bad just plain bad save your money
  • Fun!

    By Criz Bee
    Fun! Took a bit for it to get going but it was very enjoyable. I hope they make more.
  • Camp Murder Mystery

    By TheArmaniGregory
    Such a colorful take on a murder mystery. The drama never stopped and the plot and setting of the movie created such a campy experience which is easy to love if you’re not so uptight. I enjoyed Murder on the Orient Express as well. These are just such a fun depiction of Agatha Christies books and nothing to take too seriously.
  • VERY boring

    By Dafinator
    The accent of the inspector was too much and he was way too serious - such a boring dull film and a lot of familiar faces , it’s surprising - no connection to the characters either. Such a shame, I always like a whodunnit movie. BORING BORING PREDICTABLE AND BORING ( and a quite bit annoying too).
  • Stale

    By LGTC
    The scenery was too fake. I just couldn’t transport myself into that world. Moreover some of the scenes seems to drag on too long. For example some of the dance scenes in the beginning just seemed awkward and too long. I just didn’t feel I connected with any of the characters.