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

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 film version should be equally, if not more, shocking. It's just math. So is ... More »
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