REVIEW: THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN
Questioning everything she knows, a woman must face her terrifying past in the wake of a darkly mysterious event to piece together the truth in the provocative thriller, The Girl on the Train. Based on USA TODAY's 2015 Book of the Year and the #1 New York Times Bestseller by Paula Hawkins, the suspense comes home when The Girl on the Train arrives on Digital HD January 3, 2017 and 4K Ultra HD™, Blu-ray™, DVD and On Demand January 17, 2017 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment and DreamWorks Pictures.
SYNOPSIS: Emily Blunt (Sicario, Edge of Tomorrow) delivers a riveting performance as Rachel, a woman devastated by divorce, who spends her daily commute fantasizing about the seemingly perfect couple who live in a house that her train passes every day. The mystery unfolds as she becomes increasingly un-hinged and serves as the unreliable sole witness to a tragic disappearance in Director Tate Taylor's (The Help, Get on Up) suspenseful film adaption that Entertainment Weekly has hailed "the darkest, sexiest, most daring thriller of the year." The Girl on the Train Blu-ray™ and DVD includes never-before-seen deleted and extended scenes and exclusive bonus features allowing audiences to go behind the scenes with the cast for the ultimate in-home movie experience.
The film is
presented in widescreen in a 1.85:1 aspect ration preserving its
theatrical format. The picture is just flawless. Not only the
picture looks great in this release, also the sound it is good,
a 5.1 Dolby Digital in English that provides a good complement
to the picture. It also includes English subtitles.
Widescreen (1.85:1) 16x9
English DTS:X Master Audio, French (Canadian), Portuguese (Brazilian) and Spanish (L.A) DTS Digital Surround 5.1
English SDH, French (Canadian), Spanish (L.A), Portuguese (Brazilian)
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Deleted and Extended Scenes
The Women Behind The Girl : Author Paula
Hawkins and screenwriter Erin Cressida Wilson discuss
their thoughts on writing the novel, the adaptation
process and the importance of maintaining character
integrity. Director Tate Taylor discusses working with
these two incredible writers to make sure his vision for
the film was represented in the script.
On Board The Train: A behind-the-scenes look
at the strong ensemble cast of The Girl on the Train.
Director Tate Taylor and Producer Mark Platt discuss the
specific nuances associated with each of the cast members'
performances and Emily Blunt, Rebecca Ferguson, Haley
Bennett, Allison Janney, Laura Prepon, Lisa Kudrow, Justin
Theroux, Luke Evans and Edgar Ramirez take fans through
the process of creating their incredible characters.
Feature Commentary with Director Tate Taylor