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Agatha Christie's Marple: Series 1 [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Geraldine McEwan, John Owens, Jana Carpenter, Tim McInnerny, Siobhan Hayes
  • Réalisateurs : Andy Wilson, Charlie Palmer, John Strickland
  • Scénaristes : Agatha Christie, Kevin Elyot, Stephen Churchett, Stewart Harcourt
  • Producteurs : Anthony Dominici
  • Format : Coffret, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stéréo)
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Nombre de disques : 4
  • Studio : Acorn Media
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 24 mai 2005
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 2.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B0007Y3XRG
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There are a lot of brilliant actresses that have played Aunt Jane in movies and TV programs. Each brought their own personalities yet they still lined up with the character from the book. There have been many remakes of the stories. These two generally followed the books storyline with a few adoptions for the media. We al have favorites.

It is the duty of the industry to try and top the last version. Poetic license can also come into play.

Unfortunately some one rushed this series. Aunt Jane she is supposed to be a person of depth and the catalyst to have others come up with solutions has been replaced with a flighty char lady with no depth and a squeaky voice. The story lines have been stripped to the point that they are like reading a condensed book and you have to guess what when on in-between scenes.

Even if one did not know there was better this series is a waste of time as it has not entertainment value. Everything is spoon fed to you with no mystery. Answers to questions not asked pop out of the ether. And the sets are second rate.

This animal is just not watchable.

I tried again on "Sleeping Murder" and it has the same rushed problem and lacks character. The background music does not match. Much farther away from the written story than the Joan Hickson Aunt Jane version. Has a more of an old Perry mason TV program feel. They should not have changed the story so munch that they have to stench to make ends meet. Once again xxx makes a scrawny unrealistic Aunt Jane who makes great leaps of illogic.

This animal is just not watchable.

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HASH(0x9d394174) étoiles sur 5 Too many changes. 5 juillet 2005
Par Katherine - Publié sur
Format: DVD
I watched the new Miss Marple series, excited to see what Geraldine McEwan would do with the role. Unfortunately, I don't like what they've done with this latest batch of Christie's. Mrs. McEwan is a fine actress and she brings a "fluffiness" to the role that is missing from the Hickson version. Still, there is too much tampering with the plotlines to suit me. There are significant changes made in a couple of the stories, most notably in "The Body in the Library" so let the buyer beware. This isn't a minor change either as it involves the resolution of the case. They also add an odd, on-going storyline involving Miss Marple's own past love life that is simply not part of the books and isn't even close to being in keeping with the character of Miss Marple. As Agatha Christie is arguably the most acclaimed and accomplished mystery writer that ever lived, these changes were pretty outrageous. Her books stand the test of time and need no updating simply to satisfy 21st century ideas. I was surprised at this as the British are usually the ones who can be depended upon to leave good stories alone. So, if you just want a few hours of light entertainment, have at it, but if you're an Agatha Christie purist, you won't like this dvd so save your money.
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HASH(0x9d530198) étoiles sur 5 If you love Agatha Christie's books, you will writhe in agony at these movies 22 juin 2012
Par snowkatt - Publié sur
Format: DVD
My goodness, maybe it was a bad idea to watch the Joan Hickson version back to back with the current version. Plots have been changed, lesbian love affairs crop up out of nowhere, people who were married suddenly aren't and are alcoholics with missing children and no wife, the Nazis are bombing everyone and everyone is traumatized by the blitz, Jane Marple had an affair with a married man and still pines for him, (which is why she's a spinster, because being single is unnatural,) clues are handed out like free coupons and explained with a huge sledge hammer to the face, (instead of subtle hints along the way,) detectives who usually blunder along suddenly tell the audience what it all means, murderers are changed around and motives are tampered with, and Jane Marple's brilliance is dimmed.

I could go on!

My main objection is this: Agatha Christie's books have sold millions and millions of copies, because she worked and agonized to ensure that the plot would come together into a great story. And here, with this ghastly series, we have writers and directors who make things up out of nowhere, seemingly to follow their own agenda of improving on a masterpiece. It is fine to add your own flavor, but why would you completely change who the killers are and why they murdered someone? Why invent romantic interactions that did not exist and have no point? Agatha Christie was a MASTER of commenting on human interactions and motivations. Learn from her writing and ADD to it, don't mess with it and make it into something atrocious and candy-coated. Simply ludicrous!

If you love Agatha Christie's books and feel like torturing yourself over ridiculous changes, by all means, watch this series.
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HASH(0x9d3e13d8) étoiles sur 5 Not Christie's Story 9 mai 2005
Par Robert North - Publié sur
Format: DVD
I have not read Agatha Christie's A Murder is Announced. I can only compare this new adaptation, staring Geraldine McEwan, to the 1985 Joan Hickson adaptation. Perhaps that's the problem. Hickson seemed spot on in the role of Marple, and the adaptations so classy, perhaps I cannot imagine someone else in the role. (Imagine someone other than Suchet doing Poirot.)

Or, perhaps this new interpretation just isn't good -- That could be it.

What bothered me about this new version of a Murder is Announced:

1)Some characters were removed while new relationships were added. This includes an affair that never existed in the old book.

2)More scenery chewing than during the making of Mr. Ed. Really, this is hammy stuff.

3)More yelling, knife pulling, etc. than required to make a Miss Marple blush; the climax-confrontation with the killer is badly done, an odd series of emotional ventings.

4)A spunky Miss Marple in the vein of Jessica Fletcher, as another reviewer mentioned (as apposed to the Miss Marple Christie created). I like Jessica Fletcher, but Miss Marple is a different character.

Clearly, those making these adaptations began with a flawed concept: Agatha Christie's work needs to be updated for our modern standards -- there needs to be more conflict ... Much, much more conflict. Maybe you agree? If so, then you might like this series.

However, if you like sitting down to a good mystery, I really recommend the Joan Hickson version of this story. It's a terrific realization of the character.
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HASH(0x9d563dec) étoiles sur 5 Really awful 20 août 2007
Par Margaret M. Duffy - Publié sur
Format: DVD
The new Miss Marple series is truly awful. Not only is Geraldine McEwen completely miscast as the elderly spinster sleuth, but the stories themselves have been distorted to make them "politically correct" in the modern sense. The result is a confusing mess. Ms. McEwen is a fine actress and I have enjoyed her in other roles, but as Miss Marple she's a disaster. Her Miss Marple, with the little smirks and little girl voice, could hardly be described as Nemesis. Nor would she ever have gained the respect of any law enforcement professional. She's really Ms. Marple light.

If you want the real Miss Marple, read the books, or see the Joan Hickson versions. After all, Miss Hickson was Agatha Christie's own choice for the role.
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HASH(0x9d5a339c) étoiles sur 5 So You Think You're a Better Writer Than Agatha Christie? 1 juin 2013
Par Martha Powell - Publié sur
Pointless and clumsy plot and character changes damage a great Agatha Christie story. It is beyond me that some screenwriter imagines they are better at plot and character than Agatha Christie. Really! The vicar, his wife, and the cat who helped Miss Marple solve the mystery have disappeared along with the colonel's wife, and he's got some new silly back story about being an alcoholic and a romance with Mrs. Swettenham. Edmund Swettenham is no longer a Communist writer in love with Pip. This Miss Marple is weepy and wrong. The wit, humor and brilliance has been wrung out of this story for no apparent reason, other than perhaps the misguided notion that today's unimaginative and politically correct minds can improve Agatha Christie. They are wrong.
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