Starring Emily Blunt, The Girl on the Train is brought from pages to the big screen in a nicely done fashion. Rachel (Emily Blunt) loves to watch Megan and her husband from the train every morning. She envisions them as the perfect couple and envies them for their happiness; her own life has not turned out the way she hoped. Her husband cheated on her, and now his wife and daughter are living in the house they bought together. She is a drunk, which does not offer her any favors at turning her life around. One day, while on the train, she notices that Megan is kissing some other man. Because of the pain she has gone through in the past, she is furious with Megan. Instead of going to work, she gets drunk and on the way home decides to confront the woman that she has never met. The next morning, with no memory of what happened last night, she wakes up bloodied and bruised only to find out that Megan is missing.
This movie changes from the past to the present to the night of incident. It shows that Rachel is very
"If that boy were an apple, he'd be a delicious"
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