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The Girl on the Train Is a Thriller That Doesn’t Know How to Thrill

Leaving the screening of the mystery-thriller The Girl on the Train, I heard a young woman say to her companion, “That was really good.” I found that fascinating, as I would if someone had said, “It would be fun to slide under a port-a-potty and just, you know, experience the ... More »
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