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The Girl on the Train [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] [2016]

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    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    91% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1013 out of 1119)

    Special Features


    • Deleted and extended scenes
    • Feature commentary with director Tate Taylor
    • On Board The Train
    • The women behind The Girl

    Synopsis


    The Girl on the Train
    A recent divorcée (Emily Blunt) fantasizes about a couple (Luke Evans and Haley Bennett) whose house she passes each day on her commuter train ride. Soon, she becomes entangled in a mystery involving not only the couple, but her former husband (Justin Theroux) and his new family. Rebecca Ferguson co-stars. Tate Taylor directed this psychological thriller, which was adapted from the 2015 best-selling novel by Paula Hawkins. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Emily Blunt
      Emily Blunt - Rachel
    • Rebecca Ferguson
      Rebecca Ferguson - Anna
    • Haley Bennett
      Haley Bennett - Megan
    • Justin Theroux
      Justin Theroux - Tom
    • Luke Evans
      Luke Evans - Scott



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 1119 reviews

    91%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      good movie

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      sam077
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      I read the book when it first came out, which was a while ago. From what I remember, this is a fairly faithful adaptation. The story, quite honestly, is fairly dark and depressing. Having a main character (Rachel/Emily Blunt) who is an alcoholic doesn't help, although (SPOILERS AHEAD) we find out at the end that her actions while she is blacked out aren't as bad as she thought they were. Still, it is hard to feel real sympathy toward her, or toward the secondary character (Megan/Haley Bennett) who is quite promiscuous, despite being married. Even the third woman (Anna/Rebecca Ferguson), who would seem to be one of the most sympathetic characters, starts out as the mistress of Rachel's husband and, along with Rachel's drinking, is the major cause of Rachel and Tom's (Justin Theroux) divorce. There isn't anyone to root for in this movie (or the book). The best one can hope for is that the truth comes out, which it does eventually. And Rachel finally starts getting her life together. P.S. Totally ignore reviews by people who say they only watched 15 or 20 minutes of the movie. It has quite a twisted, convoluted plot so you cannot evaluate a movie like that in 15 or 20 minutes. I understand why they might not like it - as noted, it is not a cheerful movie so if you don't like movies like "Gone Girl" you probably won't like this one.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great acting, very good movie, w/ decent features

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      Omar
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      ' The Girl on the Train' is based on a book. Judging it separate from the book and you hits very good movie with great acting from lead Emily Blunt. If you like suspenseful mysteries, them I highly recommend this movie. The movie contains the usual features that are common in most releases. I usually ignore them so I have no opinion of them. Small summary of movie. Rachel, a sad shell of a person after a messy divorce who drinks away the day, rides the train everyday. In this train ride, she becomes enamored with a couple in which she fantasizes as them as the perfect couple. When the woman of the couple is reporter as missing, she involves herself in trying to find what happen to the women. Through doing around she finds that both the couple she fantasized as a perfect couple may not be the perfect couple at all, while discovering some truths about the pasts she had trouble remembering.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      One Heck of a Train Ride

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      Longboard
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      Cryptic and absorbing, The Girl on the Train makes of a train ride something much more fun, engaging, compelling, and even sordid. Emily Blunt is outstanding, and certainly she gets a un for her money from Haley Bennett and Rebecca Ferguson who are simply superb! Tangled between reality, fantasy, and hangovers, our heroine can't seem quite to grasp what's really going on in the world around her. She makes you wonder, and falsely guess, and then wonder again. A great ensemble make the film even more atmospheric and hard to detangle. A cautionary tale? An urban story with several sub stories, or simply "women on the verge a nervous breakdown?" There is where the reasons for watching this film reside; one can never be quite sure of hardly anything that transpires from this captivating tale.

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      A good mystery...not a great one.

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      RJPG
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      Emily Blunt does a wonderful job as the recently divorced woman who has trouble adjusting to her new life, and spends much of her time riding the train into the city - the same train she always took from her home when she was married. Her attention is focused on a young woman she sees daily, on the balcony of her house, which is just down the road from her former home. It is a daily ritual until she sees the young woman with a man on the balcony, and then doesn't see the young woman any longer. She wonders what may have happened, and begins a journey that involves opening up memories from her past that she tried to hide. Atmospheric and well-paced, it is a good mystery, but just misses being a great film for reasons you'll have to discover for yourself.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A modern Hitchcock style story, with a twisted end

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      ipsofacto
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      Rachel is divorced, and an alcoholic, she shares an apartment with a friend Cathy but she spends her days commuting aimlessly on a train. From the train she observes the activities of her former husband, Tom and his new wife, Anna, the new happily married couple live nearby her. But she also observes another couple, Scott and Megan who she sees as the ideal couple, that she and her X could never be. Rachel spots Megan kissing a stranger on her balcony, and she becomes obsessed and infuriated by what she perceives as Megan ruining her "perfect" marriage. Megan goes missing and this leads to some trilling encounters between Rachel, her X husband, and his new wife, all of which ultimately solves the mystery of what happened to Megan.

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Interesting story and twist

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      Blue
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      Commuter Rachel Watson (Emily Blunt) catches daily glimpses of a seemingly perfect couple, Scott and Megan, from the window of her train. One day, Watson witnesses something shocking unfold in the backyard of the strangers' home. Rachel tells the authorities what she thinks she saw after learning that Megan is now missing and feared dead. Unable to trust her own memory, the troubled woman begins her own investigation, while police suspect that Rachel may have crossed a dangerous line.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Two Women Kill a Murderer

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      Bubby
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      Anyone who has read the novel should see this film, which stars Emily Blunt, an out-of-work heavy drinker who rides a train and thinks about her former marriage. Her former husband, who belittled her, can't control his sexual urges, especially around his baby's sitter, which results in the woman becoming pregnant. She confronts him, which ultimately leads to him killing her. I can't explain how his former wife confronts him without giving away the ending.

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      digital access

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      coverme
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      This I know is no fault of BestBuy. Yes I buy and use all my digital codes. The great thing about buying Blurays is to be able to access your bought movie without having to lug the entire thing around plus something to play it on. Well mine did not have a code upon opening. Contacted contacted the company direct and oh well they don't care. hard to prove the slip wasn't in it unless i had done a video unboxing, which I don't do for anything. So it is a shame, cant return it cause I opened it, cant get a code because they feel one was in every box. Pity

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