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Agatha Christie's Poirot - Season 10 [Blu-ray] [UK Region Spanish Import]


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Spanish (UK Region) import with original English audio. Episodes: The Mystery of the Blue Train; Cards on the Table; After the Funeral; Taken at the Flood.

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Another four feature length cases for Hercule Poirot to solve, with usual attention to the period dress, social mores etc. Plus a few bonus features.
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By MR ANDREW PEPPITT on 2 Aug. 2014
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EXCELLENT ITEM. CAN'T WAIT TO WATCH IT.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Unexpected Stunning Quality 3 Feb. 2014
By Emmett Glenn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Remastered for a high-definition presentation, the video and audio quality are astounding. Now the viewer can see and hear every obscure clue that Monsieur Poirot eventually uses to identify the murderer in the room (who always happens to be sitting among the other suspects, despite Poirot's infallible reputation as an investigator who never fails in catching the bad guy).

I'm teasing.

Contents:

THE MYSTERIES (in original U.K. broadcast order):
1. The Mystery of the Blue Train
2. Cards on the Table
3. After the Funeral
4. Taken at the Flood

BONUS:
Behind-the-scenes featurette (46 min.) and Photo Gallery

DETAILS:
4 mysteries on 2 Blu-ray disks
Total Length: 388 min. (not including Photo Gallery)
1080p (Bonus footage: 480i)
16:9 color
2.0 DTS-HD MA
SDH subtitles
24 of 29 people found the following review helpful
Poirot: "...if you can induce a person to talk to you for long enough...sooner or later they will give themselves away." 16 Sept. 2013
By brian komyathy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The gem of this bunch is Funerals are Fatal. At one point in that story Poirot mentions something that someone said, but shouldn't have said. "That was stupid of her, wasn't it?" asked Rosamond Shane, a niece to one of the deceased characters herein. Poirot shook a forefinger at her. "It shows you, Madame, the dangers of conversation. It is a profound belief of mine that if you can induce a person to talk to you for long enough, on any subject whatever, sooner or later they will give themselves away."

And in Funerals are Fatal it was something one person said which could not possibly be true and once you realize that, that this person is the murderer, the explanation of the crime falls rather easily into place. Of course, if you miss this one sentence then you will find yourself in big trouble as to who did what to whom. Of course Poirot, unlike readers such as myself sometimes, never misses anything.

Cards on the Table and Taken at the Flood round out the balance of this set (along with the Mystery of the Blue train which is afflicted by a stale performance by the otherwise accomplished Elliot Gould).
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Well written 30 Nov. 2013
By Carl E. Johnson Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This series continues the quality established by prior Agatha Christie Poirot productions. David Suchet remains the crafty Belgian detective we have all come to love and each show is entertaining and satisfying to the end. If you liked previous Poirot episodes, you will like those that follow, although I do miss Captain Hastings who has not appeared in the later shows.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Series 10 25 Nov. 2013
By NewAgeMama - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Poirot Series Ten kicks off with four brand new episodes. In the Mystery with the Blue Train, a wealthy woman is murdered on a train ride, and Poirot has to find both her killer and her missing jewels before they reach their final destination. In Cards on the Table, there is a murder at a dinner party during a game of cards. After the Funeral was my favorite of the four. Two siblings both die under mysterious circumstance, and Poirot heads to their elite family home to seek out clues to their undoing, only to discover a sinister family plot is afoot. Finally, Taken by the Flood is about a rich family with a lot of skeletons in their closets and only Poirot can find way to put them to rest once and for all.

I really enjoyed Series 10 of Poirot. It's packed with lots of mystery and intrigue, but this time around, there wasn't as much humor as there was in other seasons. It seems to be taking a slightly darker turn, but Poirot is still an engaging character with a lot of personality (and a really cool mustache) . There were also a few of my favorite characters missing from the cast this time around, including Mrs.Lemon. It was still an enjoyable season and I look forward to Series 11!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Re-master of previous A&E DVDs is a major improvement! WIDESCREEN restored. 5 Mar. 2014
By Paul J. Mular - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
Series 10 was filmed in WIDESCREEN and the previous A&E DVDs cropped the sides off to give a square picture.
A&E also censored the audio for language they felt offensive and re-edited the shows to put in commercial breaks.

But now we can rejoice! Acorn has gone back to the original British masters, restored the widescreen image as it was produced, and the audio is uncensored.

These new transfers also refine the picture, sure there is some film grain but it is a lot sharper than the previous A&E DVDs and the colors are brighter.
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