Girl in Woods
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After a tragic accident Grace is lost and alone in the Smoky Mountains. Grace's struggle for survival is made more complicated by her troubled past. Battling the demons in her mind may be the only way to come out alive.... (Full plot summary below)

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After a tragic accident Grace is lost and alone in the Smoky Mountains. Grace's struggle for survival is made more complicated by her troubled past. Battling the demons in her mind may be the only way to come out alive.

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Entertainment Weekly - 9/10 by Leah Greenblatt[Taylor] deftly translates the bleak, raw-boned menace and tricky time signatures of Train’s intertwined plotlines, and draws remarkably vivid performances from his cast, particularly his two female leads.
Rolling Stone - 8/10 by Peter TraversThat's Emily Blunt, and she is perfection, playing the hell out of this blackout drunk and adding a touch of welcome empathy.
We Got This Covered - 8/10 by Matt DonatoIt might be a tad light when matched against the wittiest mysteries, but for all intents and purposes, The Girl On The Train is a tightly-wound Hitchcockian ride wrought with tension. Elements of voyeurism, self-loathing and murderous intent mix together in a volatile cocktail stirred gently by director Tate Taylor, who doesn’t dilute a single ingredient.
The Seattle Times - 8/10 by Moira MacdonaldGirl on the Train isn’t likely to haunt its shivering viewers the way the “Gone Girl” movie did. Blunt, however, makes the ride well worth taking.
San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Mick LaSalleThe most exciting contribution to The Girl on the Train is that of Wilson. It’s exciting because it shows that it’s possible, despite the odds, for a distinctive screenwriter to express herself consistently and dominate a film. And it’s exciting because this is a unique voice, and very much a woman’s voice, that our cinema needs.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch - 8/10 by Jane HendersonA taut psychological thriller, just as tense for those who already know its conclusion.
Movie Nation - 8/10 by Roger MooreA tricky thriller whose tricks are less important than its riveting leading lady.
Variety - 7/10 by Owen GleibermanAs a big-screen thriller, The Girl on a Train is just so-so, but taken as 112 minutes of upscale psychodramatic confessional bad-behavior porn, it generates a voyeuristic zing that’s sure to carry audiences along.
The New York Times - 7/10 by Manohla DargisThe Girl on the Train is a preposterous movie but not an unenjoyable one. If that sounds like faint praise, well, it is and it isn’t. There’s always something to be said for an entertainment that sustains its nuttiness all the way to its twisty finish.
The A.V. Club - 6/10 by Ignatiy VishnevetskyTaylor’s direction is cosmetic, focused on well-groomed and well-dressed actors, spotless interiors, and the arty, textured camerawork supplied by cinematographer Charlotte Bruus Christensen, whose gifts are both self-evident and sort of wasted here. It’s artificial without a hint of intentional façade: No home looks lived in and no conversation feels like it could have occurred outside of a laboratory environment.

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