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Sarah Marshall This review includes plot details. Consider yourself warned! “Blood!” a fellow audience member shouted as we left the theater after seeing The Girl on the Train. “Blood, blood, blood!” Take this as the first of many spoilers. Or don’t. It’s hard to think of The Girl on the Train without thinking of the bestselling book Gone Girl and its film adaptation, which means anyone buying a ticket to see The Girl on the Train probably has some idea what they’re in for: wealthy beige people living in their beige houses, a palette that only serves to make bloodstains and splatters stand out that much more arrestingly.
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