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Thread: The Girl on the Train (Taylor, 2016)

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    Senior Member tylerleigh's Avatar
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    Edgar Ramirez blurting out Spanish out of nowhere might be one of the most unintentionally hilarious scenes I've seen. I had to control myself not to giggle in the theater.

    And that scene where Edgar Ramirez gets pissed when Rachel asks about his accent... was that some kind of social commentary? LOL.

    Anyway, I went in expecting some trashy fun but this was trashy BLAND?! Ugh so disappointing. Weirdly, I thought the story itself had some potential to be at least fun and overall more believable but it failed.


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    omg. emily blunt is so fucking good in this. i could watch some of her scenes (the bathroom mirror rant!) on repeat. i so wish the rest of the movie was as brilliant as she was, but i still found it to be a generally entertaining thriller.

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    Yeah, while I found it to be a pretty mediocre bore the first time I watched it; not bad enough to be so-bad-its-good territory ... I liked it a bit better on a re-watch (NOT a good movie, of course). And the people I saw it with the second time quite enjoyed it. :/

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    It will be a cult classic in 100 years.

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    As for me La-La-land occurred to appear long before its time. I absolutely believe this movie is a masterpiece and it would gain much more recognition (I agree with domyessay.today).

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    Quote Originally Posted by EOLB View Post
    It will be a cult classic in 100 years.
    Nah it will be overshadowed by "The Hand that Rocks the Cradle"

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    I had forgetten that this was released.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EOLB View Post
    It will be a cult classic in 100 years.
    Nah for being cult classic you need iconic and pop references beside not taking seriously as a film (Which this film failed)

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    God, it was a joke! I thought "in 100 years" made it clear enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EOLB View Post
    God, it was a joke! I thought "in 100 years" made it clear enough.
    Sarcasm is hard to tell on the interenet.
    On paper anything could end up as a cult classic one day.
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