The Girl on the Train movie review: Is this the best thriller of the year?

The Girl on the Train movie review: Is this the best thriller of the year?
 

Published last year, Zimbabwean-born author Paula Hawkins' novel The Girl On The Train has become a literary sensation, selling in excess of 11 million copies worldwide.
As with Gone Girl, another taut thriller with a gasp-out-loud narrative twist, Hollywood came a-knocking.
Tate Taylor, director of the Oscar-winning civil rights drama The Help, shunts the book's setting from London to New York for this glossy film adaptation.
Erin Cressida Wilson's assured script retains a similar structure to the book, exploring tangled themes of motherhood, revenge and betrayal through the eyes of three... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 32
Source: Daily Post
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