The Girl on the Train

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An adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ novel which follows a recently divorced woman called Rachel struggling with her life and sinking into alcoholism to try to cope. She sees a seemingly perfect couple from her London train ride every day and starts to fantasize about their lives. But things take a turn when she returns home covered in blood after a blackout drunk spree, and may have become intertwined with their lives.

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What makes a movie adaptation of a book succeed? The quality of the source material matters, of course, but it’s hardly a guarantee; a lot of great ­novels have curled up and di...
35d ago
Director Tate Taylor doesn't quite hold his cards close with The Girl On The Train, but he plays them like a winning hand nonetheless.
35d ago
Girl on the Train isn’t likely to haunt its shivering viewers the way the “Gone Girl” movie did. Blunt, however, makes the ride well worth taking.
35d ago
Paula Hawkins' bestseller about depressed, daydreaming commuter gets just the right lurid-adaptation treatment.
35d ago
C+/A+
And yet, despite the aforementioned faults, The Girl on the Train feels destined for a long life on small screens, both television and computer, for many days to come.
35d ago
70/100
Emily Blunt excels as the broken-down heroine of Paula Hawkins' bestseller: a fragmented thriller soap opera of sex, booze, violence, and postfeminist empathy.
35d ago
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