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Murder on the Orient Express (2017)

Kenneth Branagh, Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Josh Gad, Leslie Odom Jr., Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Derek Jacobi, Tom Bateman, Marwan Kenzari, Olivia Colman, Lucy Boynton, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Sergei Polunin, Miranda Raison
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Inspector Hercule Poirot tells Caroline Hubbard, "You have a strong intuition, I know." (0:22)

Secretary MacQueen tells Poirot and train executive Bouc, "Prohibition wasn't to my taste..." (0:44)

Bouc tells Poirot, "Not sober anyway." (0:46)

Poirot: "... during all this the victim, vigorous and anxious and full of coffee merely lies still... Barbital. The Mickey slipped."
Bouc, referring to murder victim Ratchett’s gun, ”Drugged him so he couldn't use this.” (0:47)

Grief overcomes Sonia Armstrong when she learns of the death of her daughter Daisy.
Poirot tells Bouc, ”The shock sent her into premature labor.”
Referring to Sonia’s husband: ”He was found dead of a gunshot wound, self-inflicted.” (0:50)

Ratchett’s valet Masterman tells Poirot, referring to Ratchett, "But he'd been very agitated lately..."
Poirot: ”It appears that his cup was laced with barbital.” (0:53)

Poirot tells MacQueen, "You could add barbital, easily access that drug..."
MacQueen, referring to a woman suspect in the Armstrong kidnapping: ”She killed herself.” (1:10)

Poirot tells Countess Andrenyi, "You are always under the influence of...
Close-up of bottle labeled “Barbital”
Andrenyi: ”Barbital. barbital, barbital." (1:15)

Poirot tells governess Mary Debenham, "... I thought you might produce an insight."
Referring to her roommate: ”You drugged her, but the barbital only gave her a headache.”
Dr. Arbuthnot tells Poirot, ”In grief I found Mary...”
Poirot: ”So you drugged MacQueen...” (1:22)

Bouc: "Who drugs Ratchett?"
Poirot, referring to Count Andrenyi: ”... a powerful man, no stranger to rage and violence.”
Referring to wrongly accused maid Susanne: ”... when she took her own life.” (1:29)

Caroline Hubbard places the muzzle of a revolver under her chin and pulls the trigger, but it does not fire. (1:39)

Murder on the Orient Express