REVIEWSTHEATRICAL RELEASESGIRL ON THE TRAIN, THE

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN REVIEWED IN 100 WORDS OR LESS “The Girl on the Train” is about a drunk woman finding the strength to rewrite her personal history. When the opportunity arrives to become the hero of her own story, she ruins the lives of others to make it so. Another middle-of-the-road Chick Lit adaptation from Tate Taylor proves that the market might be shallow. Still, I’d watch Emily Blunt in anything. Check it...
October 24, 20161 min

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN REVIEWED IN 100 WORDS OR LESS

“The Girl on the Train” is about a drunk woman finding the strength to rewrite her personal history. When the opportunity arrives to become the hero of her own story, she ruins the lives of others to make it so. Another middle-of-the-road Chick Lit adaptation from Tate Taylor proves that the market might be shallow. Still, I’d watch Emily Blunt in anything. Check it out soon or it’ll get bounced out of theater by Dr. Strange time.

FILM STATS

  • R
  • 1 hr and 52 mins
  • Universal

RELEASE DATE: 10/7/16

  • 70%
    Film Score - 70%
70%

The Plot Thus Far

A divorcee becomes entangled in a missing persons investigation that promises to send shockwaves throughout her life.

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