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    The Girl on the Train

    Rachel Watson (Emily Blunt), an alcoholic who divorced her husband, catches daily glimpses of a seemingly perfect couple from the window of her train, until one morning she sees something shocking happen there, which promises to send shockwaves throughout her life.
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    Movielover  Anonymous
    If he got u by cheating, definitely he'll cheat on you too! Nice movie and nice ending!
    2018-06-30 20:06

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  • Actors of "The Girl on the Train"

  • Characters of "The Girl on the Train"

    Rachel Watson. Character of The Girl on the Train
    Played by: Emily Blunt
    Megan Hipwell. Character of The Girl on the Train
    Played by: Haley Bennett
    Anna Watson. Character of The Girl on the Train
    Tom Watson. Character of The Girl on the Train
    Played by: Justin Theroux
    Scott Hipwell. Character of The Girl on the Train
    Played by: Luke Evans
  • Directors of "The Girl on the Train"

    Tate Taylor. Director of The Girl on the Train
    Tate Taylor
    Birthdate: 3 June 1969, Jackson, Mississippi, USA
  • Creators of "The Girl on the Train"

    Erin Cressida Wilson. Director of The Girl on the Train
    Erin Cressida Wilson
    Birthdate: 12 February 1964, San Francisco, California, USA
    Paula Hawkins. Director of The Girl on the Train
    Paula Hawkins
  • Critic Reviews of "The Girl on the Train"

    BuzzFeed News
    October 10, 2016

    The Girl on the Train is not weirdly great, or even good, though it doesn't really aim to be, positioning itself unabashedly as a knock-off Gone Girl.
    October 08, 2016

    If it came across your desk, you would probably give it a C-, along with feedback on how to improve on the next assignment.
    October 07, 2016

    The flashback structure isn't wholly satisfying, and the climax leaves an abundance of questions, so much so that the movie might have benefited either from taking the time to further flesh those revelations out or stripping them down.

    The Atlantic
    October 07, 2016

    Tate Taylor's new adaptation of The Girl on the Train takes the worst parts of the novel (excruciating dialogue, paper-thin plotting, ludicrous twists) and amplifies them.

    The New Republic
    October 07, 2016

    The Girl on the Train plods along, playing like a lifeless wax museum version of a real thriller.

    March 23, 2017

    A formidable thriller, and more impressively, an adaptation that actually improves on the blockbuster book it was based on.

    Spokesman-Review (Washington)
    March 15, 2017

    Playing the troubled Rachel, whose trek toward the truth is agonizingly slow, could not have been easy. It certainly doesn't make [Blunt] look glamorous. But it does show what it takes to become an A-level movie star.

    Malibu Times
    March 09, 2017

    While it's not a great movie, I found it absorbing for the most part, an intriguing use of the unreliable narrator (which has been over-used in the past few years), gorgeous photography and a fine script by Erin Cressida Wilson.

    Film Inquiry
    February 22, 2017

    Where The Girl on the Train distinguishes itself, though, is in its forthright presentation. With unbearably over-the-top performances and direction, in addition to an unfocused purpose underlying the story itself, it is an almost unwatchable mess.
    February 16, 2017

    If you loved Gone Girl, you'll think The Girl on the Train is... okay.

    Laramie Movie Scope
    January 19, 2017

    Women finally wise up and take control at the very end of the story, and that is supposed to make up for all the voyeurism and passivity that goes before. I resent having to suffer through all that nonsense for such a brief payoff at the end.

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