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The Girl on the Train

The Girl on the Train

What you see can hurt you.

Rachel Watson, devastated by her recent divorce, spends her daily commute fantasizing about the seemingly perfect couple who live in a house that her train passes every day, until one morning she sees something shocking happen there and becomes entangled in the mystery that unfolds.

Release Date : 05 Oct, 2016
Duration : 1h 52m
Thriller Mystery Drama Crime
Vote Average : 6.435 Vote Count : 5,514 Popularity : 35.387

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$ 45,000,000


$ 173,200,000


A review by ColinJ

Written by ColinJ on 16 Feb, 2017

Relentlessly grim yet unengaging, despite a committed performance from Emily Blunt at the centre of it. Fractured narrative can work brilliantly when a master like Christopher Nolan is in charge. This just felt like a boilerplate chick-lit murder mystery thrown into a blender to hide the thinness...

A review by kastigar

Written by kastigar on 19 Apr, 2017

ColinJ was right, there's nothing I would add....

A review by Reno

Written by Reno on 30 Jul, 2017

**The mystery man and the gone girl!** It is one of those films that I thought I saw everything from its trailer. Not just me, many others said the same. Those we were never read the original source. Yes, it was based on the book of the same name. I really liked it. Unpredictable, but once it rev...

A review by Wuchak

Written by Wuchak on 30 Aug, 2019

***Tortuous, tedious and unpleasant psychological crime drama*** A divorced alcoholic (Emily Blunt) who regularly travels the train that parallels the Hudson River north of New York City is fixated on a house in her old neighborhood. When the woman of that house comes up missing, the girl on the ...

A review by Filipe Manuel Neto

Written by Filipe Manuel Neto on 06 Oct, 2023

**A very feminine film with a good mystery, but is no better due to several small problems and the total absence of dramatic tension.** Good books usually give rise to good films… if they have people who are skilled enough to translate them intelligently onto the screen. I heard great things ab...