Dialogue has never been sharp or creative, making you feel never thrown together. It was a thing for me. The mysterious films that revolve around the dialogue must have a clear and fast-moving dialogue.
Without any spoiler I saw the end very frustrated and never reached the end point. They all felt pretty soft. The ending was contrary to everything Poirot had created. None of it was natural.
In general, I am frantically disappointed with how this appeared. Kenneth Branagh did a good job with this movie look and directed him; but the victim’s fall was also pacing. If you’re looking for a fun murder thriller with Murder in the Orient Express, this is not a movie for you.