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Review: Director Tate Taylor's "The Girl on the Train"

Tate Taylor's "The Girl on the Train" may be technically set in the Westchester suburb of Ardsley-on-Hudson, but its cocktail of commuter trains, marital infidelity and alcoholism make its proper setting Cheever Country.

The unhappy, martini-stained lives of New York suburbanites have...

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