The Girl on the Train

The Girl on the Train
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Catherine

long, boring dialogue. point?

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Catherine

Please! Gave up halfway through this movie which I would describe as Noir Woody Allen Wannabee But Ain't! Just because the location is New York and is rife with existential jabbering about life, death, sex and ...well, life, death and sex. Felt so sorry for Cusick who is good actor, does ...Read more

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Charles

I enjoyed this film. I liked the twists in the plot. The narrative of the film left me wondering about police procedures. There is talent in New York. I would recommend this film.

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Seairon

this is a ripoff. Couldnt understand the voices from the beginning and it isnt the book. How could they produce two films with the same title?

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Emily

I kept screaming at the screen, "hey guy, you're not interesting!"

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tony

WTF! I thought there were ethical standards regarding film titles. This has nothing to do with "The Girl on the Train" don't be fooled by the title. this is not even watchable!! Ok, Just found out this film was made a year before the book of the same title. So nothing unethical, just a ...Read more

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Jeanette

Thought it was same as the book . Stopped watching.

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JOSEPH

Waste of film

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Mariann

I loved it

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Lynn

I thought it was going to be about the novel, so was confused and disappointed.

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Yalan

Not the most visually stimulating movie, but the story itself is interesting enough. LOVE THE DIALOGUE.

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