DVD The Girl on the Train

DVD The Girl on the Train
DVD The Girl on the Train

Run time: 80 min
Rating: 5.5
Genres: Thriller
Director: Larry Brand
Writers: Larry Brand
Stars: Henry Ian Cusick, Nicki Aycox, Stephen Lang
Storyline
A documentary filmmaker boards a train at Grand Central Terminal, heading to upstate New York to interview the subjects of his latest project. A chance encounter with a mysterious young woman leads him on a journey of a very different sort, and within the blink of an eye, Hart is forced to leave his complacent life behind for a world in which the line between fantasy and reality is blurred. As Hart tells his strange story to a police detective he finds himself being questioned as Martin tries to discover whether Hart is the victim or the suspect in the strange affair. Written by anonymous
Details:
Country: USA
Release Date: 25 April 2013 (USA)

3 Comments

  1. I loved this movie. The plot was truly exciting. The acting was great. I do not want to spoil to movie so I am just going to say- GO SEE IT!!!It is an excellent mixture of intrigue and story telling. the movie excites you and really makes you think.

    I really liked the acting especially the main character- Henry Iain Cusick. The interweaving story of all these different people. It is a thriller and keeps you at the edge of your seat.

    There is a holocaust survivor that shares a story that is truly captivating. I mean it is great one of the best stories I have ever heard someone tell.

    It has a lot of twist and turn and is just right!!!

  2. When a movie's described as a thriller, I'm always a little apprehensive, will the movie actually be a horror movie? Well this was a true thriller, a movie that from start to finish made you wonder what was going to happen next.

    What makes this a great movie is the power of the stories. The stories are so interesting and vivid you can't wait to hear how they end.

    It is so rare to find a movie where you really don't know what the ending is going to be, this movie is not at all predictable. You're constantly trying to put the pieces together, figure out where is this going, why are people doing these things, why is this story important to the plot.

    The ending is so wonderful, when everything comes together and you see the big picture it's sort of like an ha ha moment.

  3. When the train leaves the station this girl has no idea how deep it intends to go down her tunnel.

    The opening scene is a majestic display of honest emotion while "the Girl" verbally abuses her young daughter Mary-Elizabeth Mastrantonio over the state of her pubic mane. After the verbal dressing down The train girl delivers several firm wallops to her daughters backside. The movie really takes a turn when we find out that it wasn't her young daughter, but a hobo's pet lemur. Just complete tom foolery.

    Then comes the bible references listed in order of relevance to double penetration scenes. It really opens your eyes to the world of pre-teen milf incest bang outs. You will think Jesus squirted holy b hole juice all over your lips.

    Now we finally learn the true identity the men running the man meat Train and they are all hungry teens from the upper middle class.

    Her hair diaper glimmered with a new coat of man milk.

    Hold your breath for the sequel, it will probably fill your trousers.

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