murder in the orient express

Bullitt - Peter Yates | Action & Adventure |293313534

Peter Yates
Genre: Action & Adventure
Price: $14.99
Rental Price: $2.99
Publish Date: January 3, 1969

Action star Steve McQueen (“The Getaway,”“The Magnificent Seven”) is at his dynamic best as a San Francisco cop assigned to guard a star witness who soon ends up dead. The definitive detective thriller, featuring one of the screen’s greatest car chases and razor-sharp Oscar-winning editing. Co-starring Jacqueline Bisset (“Rich and Famous,”“Murder on the Orient Express”), Academy Award-nominee Robert Vaughn (“The Magnificent Seven,”“The Towering Inferno”) and Academy Award-winner Robert Duvall (“A Civil Action,”“The Godfather”). Recently selected by the prestigious American Film Institute as one of the 400 greatest American films of all time.

© 1968 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Solar Productions Inc. Renewed 1996

I was tagged by @urbs-urbis-feminine thanks friend!!

Rule: tag 10 people you want to know better

Favorite anime/manga: um i havent really watched any in a while but Voltron (if that counts), A:TLA and Legend of Korra, Fullmetal Alchemist, and Soul Eater (also Soul Eater Not! its a spinoff)

Favorite Video Games: I play minecraft alot, CoD (mostly MW3 and advanced warfare), Injustice: Gods Among Us (its SOOO fun with friends), Darksiders II, and idk i like playing video games so a lot but i do like pretty looking games a lot.

Favorite Books: (its like trying to ask a fav child) World War Z was really good, The Book Thief, Welcome to Night Vale Novel, Wool, Murder on the Orient Express, Harry Potter, A Dog’s Life, anything by Rick Riordan (this is basically books i read this past year)

Favorite tv shows: Supergirl, Voltron, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Sherlock, etc

Last song I listened to: On My Own from Les Mis (not a huge fan of the song myself but my friend was playing it)

First language: English

I tag: @myteenangstbullshithasabodycount @glipathor @twinkletoeshowell @21stofjanuary2015 @xermarope and anyone else that wants to

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I want to read all of these

Thank you! Part of the trouble is that everything wants to turn into long, multi-chapter fics of insanity and there’s just no way I would ever finish everything if I let them xD. I think I’ve wrestled the gothic au and beauty and the beast au into something reasonable so it’s just a matter of writing them, now.

Ptch, easy.

anonymous asked:

Hi! Love your blog! I was wondering what your favorite book is?

Thank you so much ♥

I don’t have one fav book so I’ll write about all of them.

Agatha Christie - The Mirror Crack’d from Side to Side,  Murder on the Orient Express, Endless Night - She’ll always be my favourite author. I loved reading her books especially the ones I mentioned. All of them left me speechless.

Andrzej Sapkowski - The Witcher Saga - This world is so wonderful. I love his writing style especially because I didn’t read translations - only what Sapkowski wrote.

George R. R. Martin - Song of Ice and Fire - I read 4 or 5 books and all of them were good so far. I love all those intrigues and that characters die - it makes an effect.

Terry Pratchett - Discworld - I read second book but it’s the perfect world for me ♥ I love that smells can have their colours. Also the translation is very good.

William Wharton - Birdy - It was… something. This book is mostly directed to more mature receivers but if you like books which make you think then it’s something for you.

Stefan Wul - Remedium (Remedy?) - I couldn’t find it’s title in English. Weirs. Anyway, I didn’t like it at the beginning but my mother insisted on me to do so and… wow… it was good…



The set of six stamps were created by Jim Sutherland of Studio Sutherl& and illustrator Neil Webb and include elements that react to UV light and heat

2016 marks the centenary of Agatha Christie writing her first detective story – The Mysterious Affair at Styles. The Royal Mail is marking the occasion with a set of six stamps representing some of her best-known novels – Murder on the Orient Express, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, The Body in the Library, And Then There Were None, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd and A Murder is Announced.

Each stamp sums up one of Christie’s complex plots in a single frame illustrated by Webb, with clues that point to the murderer hidden in the artwork. These ‘hidden clues’ are revealed with exposure to UV light or heat, and of course, the use of a magnifying glass.

Christina Hendricks, Gillian Anderson y Terence Stamp se sumaron a Max Irons y Glenn Close en este próximo film de Gilles Paquet-Brenner (Dark Places), adaptación de la novela de Agatha Christie

Los libros de Agatha Christie han vendido más de 2 mil millones de copias a nivel mundial y su obra es una fuente inagotable de adaptaciones desde hace poco menos de un siglo. Hay en preparación siete nuevas transposiciones televisivas, mientras que Kenneth Branagh desarrolla una remake de Murder on the Orient Express y Ben Affleck hará lo suyo con otra Witness for the Prosecution. A través de Deadline llegan noticias sobre Crooked House (La Casa Torcida), uno de los pocos títulos que nunca pasaron por la pantalla, dado que acaba de comenzar su rodaje en Londres y convocó a varias figuras a su elenco.

Max Irons (The Host) y Glenn Close (Fatal Attraction) ya estaban a bordo como protagonistas, pero ahora se les sumaron Christina Hendricks (Mad Men, Drive), Gillian Anderson (The X-Files), Stefanie Martini (Doctor Thorne, Emerald City), Terence Stamp (Superman II) y Honor Kneafsey (Miss You Already). Gilles Paquet-Brenner (Sarah’s Key, Dark Places) tiene a su cargo la dirección, a partir de un guión que firmaron Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey, Gosford Park), Tim Rose Price (The Serpent’s Kiss) y el propio realizador.

Tres generaciones de la familia de Arístides Leónides, multimillonario griego, conviven en Inglaterra, en una curiosa mansión de estructura inclinada que el magnate hizo construir para este fin. Una multitud de personajes se entremezcla en los pasillos y las estancias de la casa, pero la paz hogareña se trunca cuando Arístides es envenenado. Su nieta Sophia le exigirá a su prometido -el narrador, Charles Hayward- que que haga lo posible por esclarecer el asesinato, ya que no podrá casarse con él hasta que el asunto haya sido resuelto.

“Crooked House” contará con las actuaciones de Christina Hendricks, Gillian Anderson y Terence Stamp
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Monday September 19, 2016

Book-a-Month Story Time @ 4pm

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Tuesday September 20, 2016

Movie Mysteries at Moorer @ 5:30pm

Murder on the Orient Express

Enjoy wonderful classic Who Done It films with commentary and fun facts provided by Frank. This month’s feature is Murder on the Orient Express.

Like many of Agatha Christie’s mysteries, Murder on the Orient Express is predicated on an actual event, in this case the Lindbergh kidnapping. In the movie, everyone on board the Orient Express seems to have concluded that hateful financier Ratchett was behind the abduction and murder of the infant daughter of a famed aviatrix. Thus, when Ratchett is himself found murdered, everyone is suspect.

The film runs 128 minutes and is rated PG.

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Game On! @ 10am

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It’s nice to see Ryukishi at least trying to give a real world explanation, but no, she’s named Yasu because of a meme.  Portopia Renzoku Satsujin Jiken was a game from 1983 where you played the detective, and had an assistant named Yasu.  In the end, sorry for spoiling, it turns out your assistant is actually the killer.  “Yasu is the culprit” became an early meme, sort of in the same way “they all did it” is for Murder on the Orient Express.  I have no doubt Ryukishi naming his own culprit Yasu gave him endless joy.

Dangan Ronpa V3 thoughts

If NDRV3 takes place in prison is there gonna be warden monokuma instead of principal monokuma?? What will the prison be? Will it be for talented super criminals??? Like how arkham has a wing purely for the rogues gallery? What will their titles be? Super Criminal Level?
What if they’re all the mastermind, like murder on the orient express? What if there is no mastermind? Maybe it’s just some futuristic death row, where all the inmates execute each other, and the last one standing gets something like a reduced sentence?

anonymous asked:

Top five favourite books? :)

This is the most unfair top 5 question I’ve ever gotten! How can I choose?

1. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
2. Ogre, Ogre by Pierce Anthony
3. Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
4. The Maze Runner series
5. Web of Deception by Jane Peart
Thank yoh for asking!

The Luminous Ingrid Bergman. One of Jimmy’s Favorite Actresses of all time with an incredibly diverse Filmography Intermezzo ★ Casablanca ★ Gaslight The Bells of St. Mary’s ★ Spellbound Notorious ★ For Whom The Bell Tolls Joan of Arc ★ Anastasia ★ Murder on the Orient Express ★ Autumn Sonata plus an Emmy winning performance as the Prime Minister of Israel Golda Meir in A WOMAN CALLED GOLDA … Ingrid’s Final Film performance (1982) ★★★ Such an illustrious list of acting honors 3 Academy Awards ★ 4 Golden Globes 2 Emmy Awards ★ Tony Award for Best Actress (Play) ★ 3 David di’ Donatello Awards (the Italian Oscar) ★ Honorary Cesar Award (the French Oscar) ★ and a BAFTA Award, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (British Oscar) ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

Movie Recs Please

Yo my dudes, so not even anime related but I just watched Murder on the Orient Express and the film Clue and they were pretty good, however I was wondering if anyone could recommend any similar whodunit movies. I’m having trouble finding some because Google is showing me a bunch and they have descriptions that make it sound like they cast isn’t isolated. I’m looking for the kind where all the suspects are isolated so they have to figure it out with the murderer still present. I feel like there’s probably a Nancy Drew or Hardy Boys book like that but I’d like films. Recommend any and all, I’ll find time to watch them. I think Haruhi actually had an episode based on this plot and it was pretty good though I would’ve watched it years ago.