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The Girl on the Train
A young woman witnesses a murder on her way into work and becomes entangled in the ensuing investigation.
|Studio :||DreamWorks, Marc Platt Productions, Reliance Entertainment,|
|Crew :||Cinematography, Director,|
|Cast :||Allison Janney Emily Blunt Lisa Kudrow Justin Theroux Laura Prepon|
|Genre :||Drama Thriller Romance|
An absolute waste of money
I saw this movie before reading any reviews, and I thought it was very funny. I was very surprised to see the overwhelmingly negative reviews this film received from critics.
The movie's neither hopeful in contrived ways, nor hopeless in different contrived ways. Somehow it manages to be wonderful
The storyline feels a little thin and moth-eaten in parts but this sequel is plenty of fun.
Horrible in every way. Stupid plot, poor timing. A great movie if your life is so boring you wish something like this would happen to you.
I have several problem withthe story I just dont understand why should she be involved in the murder their life wasnt her business. How is it that when ever she pass by train she always see them out or in contact. It kinda doesnt make sense to me even in novel i disnt like the second hundred page and then the story was on track again. And by the way the novel was way better than the movie it couldnt picture the story well and it put 400 page in about 2 hour movie. In story rachel is fatt or not beautiful. In the story things are a lot more sensable
I started watching this movie with no expextations but got pretty intrigued within the first 15 minutes. It kept getting more and more mysterious but also there were a ton of flaws. Its one of those crime movies where the police is a joke and dont do anything while regular people are playing detective. Also the timeline is incredibly confusing. Even though i like confusing timeline movies, this one wasnt done well. Its about a weird murder drama between a drunk woman, her ex-husband, his new wife, their babysitter, babysitter's husband and psychiatrist.
Ah, the private torment of the 'secret' alcoholic - which really isn't a secret at all, which makes things even worse, and has you reaching for the Vodka. Emily Blunt is excellent as Rachel Watson, the main character, in this terrific adaption of Paula Hawkins' successful debut novel of the same name. The skin-crawling description of Watson's daily nightmare is recreated with equal relish here by director Tate Taylor. The moving of events from recognisable English suburbia to America works a lot better than I had anticipated, helped by a cast of actors from both sides of the Atlantic.Happily, Blunt's excellence does not exist in isolation. The ex-husband, the other woman, the other other woman, her ex and the splendid DS Riley (Allison Janney) all utterly convince as a nest of truly flawed characters. Their rough edges keep things interesting and stop events ever sinking into the melodrama they might otherwise have done. Watson's hapless stumbling leads her into and out of trouble, her condition never allowing us to take too seriously any of her wilder accusations. Which is interesting, as some of them may be true ...A fascinating drama then, beautifully shot, both as an adaption and in its own right.