|Movie Name||The Girl on the Train (2016)|
|Movie Genre||Mystery Thiller Movie|
|Directed by||Tate Taylor|
|Produced by||Marc Platt Jared LeBoff|
|Music Director||Danny Elfman|
|Star Cast||Emily Blunt, Rebecca Ferguson, Justin Theroux, Haley Bennett, Luke Evans, Allison Janney, Edgar Ramirez, Lisa Kudrow, Laura Prepon, Darren Goldstein,|
|Release Date||07 Oct, 2016 (India)|
|Movie Budget||$ 4.7 Cr. (Estimated)|
|Box Office Collection||$ 17.32 Cr. Approximately (Worldwide)|
|Rating||IMDB: 6.5 Bollywood Product: 6 Rotten Tomatoes: 44%|
The Girl on the Train (2016) is a Hollywood Mystery Thriller which was first premiered on September 20, 2016 in Odeon Leicester Square Cinema, London. Later it was released in USA on October 07, 2016. The movie is directed by Tate Taylor. The movie is based on Paula Hawkins Debut Novel of the same name. The movie is being remade in Hindi in the same name where Parineeti Chopra is playing the character played by Emily Blunt.
Movie Plot: Rachel Watson (Emily Blunt) is married to Tom Watson (Justin Theroux) but soon gets depressed due to her incapability of being pregnant. Her frustration increases more after Tom married to Anna (Rebecca Ferguson). Soon she becomes alcoholic and behaves abnormally with especially with Tom. However, she venerates Scott (Luke Evans) and his wife Megan Hipwell (Haley Bennett) who used to work as Nanny for Tom and Anna.
Once, in a state of drunk, Rachel sees Megan kisses someone else. He confronts with Megan but finally wakes up only to know that Megan is missing and faces questioning by Police. Soon dead body of pregnant Megan is found but the baby is not of Scott. The movie takes lots of twists and turns to reach the climax.
The Girl On The Train (2016) Movie Review: A good mystery to watch but the main shortcoming is its predictable climax and length of the movie which is 112 Minutes what could be shorten by the Director and Editor. However, overall the movie is good to for the great acting skills of Justin Theroux and Rebecca Ferguson alongwith Emily Blunt who did excellently good in the movie and won British Academy Film Awards for the Best British Actress in leading role.