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‘The Girl On The Train’ Review: Emily’s Blunt Force Performance Ignites Screen Version Of Best-Selling Book

It should come as no surprise that Universal snapped up the rights to Paula Hawkins’ 2015 best seller The Girl On The Train, and now, a little more than a year later are ready to spring the film version on audiences who made that pulpy fiction a commanding hit on the bookshelves. As I say in my video review, for those fans of psychological thrillers that are more psychological than thrilling, this complex but sleazy murder mystery should be right up their alley.
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