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Mariana 4 years ago
Amazing movie!!
Fabio Augusto Vanegas Bovea 2 years ago
Good thriller Waiting until the last to see who is the killer
Fabio Vanegas 2 years ago
Good suspense movie
Rachel Marshall almost 3 years ago
Very choppy film - the book was better but still not great. Good twist poorly executed.
Sasha over 3 years ago
Nothing very interesting or special. Tired of this genre.
Athena over 3 years ago
The book was not really good but still better than the film.
Marina Đukanović over 3 years ago
A lot like Gone Girl, but not that good....Emily was great!
Robyn Hamilton almost 4 years ago
The book was pretty meh and so was the film. Emily Blunt was great in the role though.
nicole 4 years ago
A heavy, sad story with some redemption in the fantastic plot twist
Christopher McLean 4 years ago
Started confusingly but ended very strongly. Interesting look at alcoholism and family
Juan Miguel 4 years ago
Just for Emily Blunt!
Lucia Straňovská 4 years ago
Graet acting. Good plot. Thrilling. Kept my attention but dont feel like rewatching it.
Nick Fenton over 4 years ago
Tense. Erratic. Thrilling. Enjoyed it a lot but not for everyone
Katarzyna G over 4 years ago
Without reading a book it is almost imposible to understand the plot!
Annie James over 4 years ago
I give such a high rate only because of the actors play. the film is horrible to me!
emilio murillo over 4 years ago
Emily Blunt performs brilliantly. The story has quite thrilling plot twists.
Damian Campo over 4 years ago
It tells the story of an emotional shock of a woman who's left because of alcohol problems
Brandon Keck over 4 years ago
Some intense scenes that led no where. Blunt is a good drunk...
Tony Gandía over 4 years ago
A bit too conventional for such a potentially unique psychological thriller
Emily Brown over 4 years ago
Blunt is really fantastic. Found it a bit slow in middle, but saved by its strong ending.
Rachel Watson, an alcoholic who divorced her husband Tom after she caught him cheating on her, takes the train to work daily. She fantasizes about the relationship of her neighbours, Scott and Megan Hipwell, during her commute. That all changes when she witnesses something from the train window and Megan is missing, presumed dead.