The Girl on the Train
- 112 min
- Directed by: Tate Taylor
- Cast: Emily Blunt, Haley Bennett, Justin Theroux
- Website: www.rspb.org.uk
Rachel (Blunt) spies on people from her commute to work, including ice queen Megan (Bennett) and her neighbour Anna (Ferguson). Then Megan disappears. Glossy but strangely unsuspenseful thriller which sticks too close to the book to be unpredictable, but there are refreshingly many decent roles for women, and Blunt is raw and committed as the unglamorous, alcoholic heroine.
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The Girl on the Train3 Oct 2016
Paula Hawkins's bestseller becomes a moderately entertaining thriller starring Emily Blunt
Speeding its way into cinemas hoping to replicate the success of the comparably tricksy, similarly scheduled Gone Girl, The Girl on the Train is this autumn's high-profile whodunit. Based on the bestseller by British author Paula Hawkins, it's a…
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