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'The Girl on the Train' Thinks It's 'Gone Girl,' Should Be 'The Boy Next Door,' Isn't As Good As Either

With its shifting perspectives, feminist leanings, and third-act twist, Paula Hawkins' best-selling psychological thriller The Girl on the Train resembles nothing so much as a less-good Gone Girl. Not terrible, by any stretch. A serviceable beach read. But not flips...
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The Girl on the Train Review

Film / New Releases : Coming Soon

"If you loved Gone Girl, you'll think The Girl on the Train is... okay." The post The Girl on the Train Review appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

16 Key Changes Between The Girl on the Train Book and Movie

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From its very first trailer, it was clear that The Girl on the Train movie would be doing something slightly different from Paula Hawkins's best-selling novel. For instance, instead of taking place in the drab suburbs of London, the...

Let’s Talk About the Real Twist at the End of The Girl on the Train

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According to Universal's promotional materials, The Girl on the Train is based on "the thriller that shocked the world." High expectations! If the book version of The Girl on the Train shocked the world, then you might think the fil...

The Girl on the Train Is Better Than a Low-Rent Gone Girl!

United States / Seattle : Slog

by Megan Burbank THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN Technically, she's IN the train. I f you like watching Emily Blunt sulk in beautiful coats, you will enjoy The Girl on the Train, the adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ much-hyped novel of the same n...

Review Roundup: The Girl on the Train Is No Gone Girl

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Vulture

Paula Hawkins’s 2015 suspenseful page-turner, The Girl on the Train, will forever be judged against Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl. Both riffed on the inner workings of a titular "Girl," and utilized unreliable narrators to shine a spotl...

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