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‘The Girl on the Train’ is Dopey, Self-Important Hokum

It’s strange to be completely ignorant of a giant pop culture phenomenon, but that’s the odd sensation this viewer gets every time I head out to see the latest big-screen adaptation of a big genre fiction bestseller. When you haven’t read these books – not out of snobbery or disinterest, mind you, but because there […]
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