I’ll think I’ll wait for the next train.
A slow burning thriller that (with a little perseverance) delivered a decent pay-off.
A divorcee (Emily Blunt) becomes entangled in a missing persons investigation that promises to send shock waves throughout her life.
Based on the bestselling novel . . . How many more times are Hollywood going to scrape the barrel? I haven’t had the pleasure of reading the Paula Hawkins novel BUT have been told on good authority (by my Mum and Aunt who may or may not be scouting through this review) that it stayed pretty close to its source material.
The slow burning pace and flicking about subdued my griping. The fractured time frame spanning from six months to the present kept things interesting. Mainly because I had no idea what was going on.
BUT that was the main appeal for me as we were told tidbits of a…
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