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Film Review: THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN

Paula Patton’s runaway hit novel The Girl on the Train is coming to theaters, courtesy of her own adaptation and direction by Tate Taylor (the director of The Help), and the end result is three parts girl and two parts train—wreck. It’s no Gone Girl—it is entirely more predictable—but it is nonetheless a valiant effort at complex material. When the title of the piece has “girl” in it you know you’re in for aggressive, even murderous females, and this film is no exception.
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