WHAT’S ON THE BOX?! NETFLIX EDITION

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This week I have some of my current Netflix faves for you! Here’s what I’ve been loving this week:

Project Runway – I never really watched this when it was on TV but I started watching it during a bout of insomnia a couple of weeks ago and was instantly hooked, getting through a season in two days! The mix of creative, competition and fashion is just amazing and I love this, I’m totally hooked and halfway through the next season already! A bit like RuPaul;s Drag Race, one of my previous loves, It’s an entertaining easy watch and I’m so happy there are a few seasons here for me to get stuck into.

American Crime Story – The People vs O.J. Simpson – I was hooked on this story and trial in real life as it was happening. I was about 12 when this happened I remember that first car chase and later the court TV was broadcast late at night, my mum and I were hooked on it and would stay up will the early hours watching. This series was absolutely like reliving it, the tragedy of the lives lost, the courtroom drama playing out and the shock at the verdict. The cast were phenomenal (shout out to my fave Sarah Paulson who killed it as Marcia Clark, once again proving she can do no wrong!) it’s completely gripping, emotional,  thought provoking and a complete must watch.

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My last (but by no means least!) choice this week is The Santa Clarita Diet, this comedy / zombie horror / family drama is just the funniest, goriest thing I have seen in ages and I’m so happy I’m currently getting to watch it a second time as I managed to persuade B he needs to watch it (he’s not a fan of zombie / gory stuff usually) although this is gory though it has a very ‘normal’ element to it as it’s all set within a normal suburban family life. I laughed out loud even on the second run through. The characters are superb and it has zombies which is always a no brainer (ha!) for me. Fingers crossed for a second season of this one (please, Netflix!)

I’d love to know your fave Netflix picks, leave me a note in the comments and if you watch any of these, let me know what you think!

Sarah x

What’s On The Box?! With Team Hurley

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Now this week I have been watching a real variety of shows, it has been real tough finding the time to squeeze them all. In the last couple of weeks we have seen some exciting favourites come back onto our screens, so let us tell you what some of our favourites are.

 

Broadchurch

Broadchurch returned to our screens last week for the third and final series of the mystery drama. Olivia Coleman and David Tennant reprised their characters DS Ellie Miller and DI Alec Hardy, who are now called to investigate a sexual assault on Trish Winterman played by Julie Hemondhalgh, otherwise known as Hayley from Coronation Street. The first episode show cased the very real process that sexual assault victims go through after they have reported the assault to the police, DS Miller showed her sensitive side talking Trish through each and every stage. We were also introduced to some of our potential suspects including Trish’s friend Cath and her husband Jim, it was revealed the assault happened at Cath’s 50th birthday party. Then there’s the farm shop bag that we saw at the end of the first episode with all the items that were used during the assault, the same farm shop that Trish works at with her shifty manager Ed played by Lenny Henry.

Now we know it’s still early days but we already have our suspicions, let the guessing begin…

 

Ex On The Beach

This week I caught up with MTV’s reality show Ex On The Beach, the show where quite literally peoples ex’s turn up on the beach to confront each other. Now if you want some trashy reality TV look no further than this show. It is filled with a whole host of young, energetic characters, some are looking to rekindle lost love, others hoping to find new love, while the rest are just looking for a short term arrangement. If you’re looking for an emotional rollercoaster, a laugh and some shocking drama then look no further than Ex On The Beach.

Last weeks episode saw new girl Frankie show up to the villa to confront Jacques Fraiser as a cheater, after he cheated with Frankie on his then girlfriend Nicole – who might we add is also living in the villa. Fireworks soon sparked as Jacques was forced to tell Nicole the truth about his cheating ways with Frankie. But once Frankie showed up at the villa, Nicole saw red and the drama erupted. Let’s see if things have calmed down this week and if everyone has kissed and made up… Some how we doubt it.

 

Neighbours 2: Sorority Rising

Now this movie is the sequel to Bad Neighbours, and this weekend it was showing on Sky Cinema. I have to say Bad Neighbours was one of those outrageously funny films that seem so unrealistic but so believable at the time as we’ve all known some seriously bad neighbours. Neighbours 2 sees Seth Rogan, Rose Byrne and Zac Efron reprise their characters to take on Chloe Grace Moretz’s new found sorority living next door. This film is full of laugh out loud moments and really is a great easy watch on a Friday night.

Drop us a comment below to let us know what you’ve been watching this week and if you’re loving any of our picks. Or you can get in touch with team Hurley via our Twitter and Facebook pages.

Thanks for reading!

Team Hurley

xo

La La Land: Film Review

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Now when a film is nominated for the Best Film Award at the Oscars, I always tend to be slightly sceptical. With most of them lasting at least 2 hours it can be quite the commitment, especially when a lot of the time they seem to be disappointing and don’t live up to the Oscars hype. So when I saw La La Land had been nominated for 14 Academy Awards including Best Picture, I braced myself for disappointment. But I have to say I am pleasantly surprised and completely loved it!

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Set in Hollywood the story is based around aspiring actress Mia played by Emma Stone and jazz fanatic and pianist Sebastian played by Ryan Gosling. After a number of chance encounters the pair instantly hit it off and begin a romantic relationship. With both of them trying and failing to break into their desired industry, they decide to take a hold of their futures and make it happen for themselves. After Mia fails at a string of auditions she decides to write her own, one woman play and take a leap of faith. Meanwhile Sebastian’s dream is to make people love jazz again, he wants to open a jazz bar with drink, music and of course chicken. After working within a number of groups and at a variety of restaurants as a pianist, a chance encounter with his old friend Keith, find’s Sebastian putting his dream on hold for the sake of a ‘steady’ job.

I loved the fact that the film had such an old school feel to it, as though it was set in the 1950’s, but was modern in every way, to the point of Mia driving an electric car with the latest Apple iPhone. Around every corner and in every scene there is a burst of colour from reds, yellows, blues and greens, it is bright, upbeat and has a real happiness to it.

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Now the film most definitely is a musical, and although I love a good musical, sometimes it can be really cringey when the characters suddenly burst out into song. Now I have to say the film does this so well and in no way is it cringey. I think because both Mia and Sebastian are performers it makes it more believable. Not forgetting how catchy and good the songs are in this film, who knew Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone could even sing, let alone sing and dance!

I’m not going to give away the end as I am sure that a lot of you will probably still want to go and see this one, the only thing I will say is that I wish the ending was different, and once you watch the film you will know exactly what I mean. But other than that, I absolutely loved this film. It is a happy, sunny, feel good film and really shows you that in order for your dreams to come true you really do have to work hard for it! I 100% recommend you all go and watch this one!

Let us know if you’ve seen La La Land and what you thought of it, we’d love to hear from you. Drop us a comment below or get in touch via our social media.

Thanks for reading!

Team Hurley

xo

What’s On The Box?! With Team Hurley

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Is it sad that I have now found myself looking forward to my weekly dramas?! I can’t even deny it, some of the dramas on TV are so good at the moment that they could even be films! This week I have been binging on an awful lot of TV and I am sorry to say that I don’t regret a thing. This week all 3 of my chosen shows are from BBC One, they’ve kicked 2017 off with a major dramatic bang!!

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I have been absolutely hooked on Apple Tree Yard! I must warn you now if you’re not up to date I will be speaking about last night’s finale so stop reading now.

When I initially saw the trailer for Apple Tree Yard I was seriously intrigued, I knew the new series had been adapted from the hugely successful novel written by Louise Doughty, but I had no idea what it was actually about. After the first 45 minutes of the opening episode, I thought is this it? It was filled with a lot of intimate scenes of the main character Yvonne, a middle aged scientist who randomly met Marc Costly whilst attending a meeting at the House of Commons. The pair hit it off instantly and a passionate affair soon followed. However the first episode was left on a shock cliff hanger after Yvonne was violently sexually assaulted by her work colleague.

As the episodes unravelled, it appeared as though Yvonne’s life was completely turned upside down. She felt as though she couldn’t confide in her husband Gary or the police, and after being stalked by her attacker George Selway, enough was enough! Slight hints had shown us that Marc Costly worked within the security services, it was assumed that Marc was part of MI5, and so Yvonne felt as though she could turn to him. The pair had planned to ‘scare’ George Selway, so that the stalking would stop and he would finally leave her alone. However everything went a little too far with the pair being arrested and on trial for the murder of George Selway.

The final episode was full of twists, turns and shocking revelations. Although I wasn’t always rooting for Yvonne as I sometimes found her actions slightly questionable, she was sucked into a lie and fell for the line that Marc was feeding her. Not only did he not work for MI5, he was in fact rejected due to his mental health issues, whereby he would fabricate the truth and take things a little too literally. He was not the man she thought and ultimately they both paid the price.

I would highly recommend giving this drama a watch, it is truly gripping and I honestly did not know what was going to happen. It ends with a fantastic twist and genuinely makes your heart race with the sheer uncertainty! Brilliant!

 

Spy In The Wild

This brilliant series is all about seeing animals in their natural environment. Scientists and technology experts, designed animatronic spy creatures to go undercover in the wild to get amazing footage of a variety of animals in their natural habitat.

Some of the spy creatures included an amazing ape that had a number of incredible functions to make it as life like as possible, there was also a sloth, hippo and a meerkat. The footage that was captured from these spy creatures was truly revolutionary, revealing so much about a variety of creatures in the wild. The show allowed us as viewers to discover so much more about these animals sensitive sides and how they deal with issues like birth, death and survival! Not to mention David Tennant’s brilliant narration skills. I would definitely recommend this one on BBC iPlayer, perfect for a chilled Sunday afternoon.

 

Death In Paradise

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Death In Paradise has to be one of my favourite shows, it is just one of those happy feel good shows, and even though each episode is certainly surrounded by the demise of one of it’s characters it somehow keeps you upbeat and happy throughout. It may be the beautiful scenic backdrop of the fictional town St. Marie, known to me and you as the island of Guadeloupe.

Last week’s episode was the beginning of the shows first ever two-parter, seeing DI Humphrey Goodman and his team having to go to London in order to solve this weeks case. It was sadly revealed last week that Kris Marshall’s character Humphrey will sadly be leaving the show and this will be his last series. In the last episode we were introduced to  DI Jack Mooney played by Father Ted star Ardal O’Hanlon, who will be the stars new lead character.

With a different story every week, a beautiful back drop of blue skies and scenic beaches, this is the perfect programme to watch to give you a little boost before the weekend begins. I would highly recommend it if you want to escape for an hour on a Thursday night.

 

If you have watched any the programmes featured and want to let us know what you thought, drop us a comment below or get in touch with us via our social media pages, we would love to hear from you!

Thanks for reading!

Chloe @ Team Hurley

xo

 

 

 

What’s On The Box?! With Team Hurley

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It’s been a while since our last What’s On The Box?! post and I have to say there has been a lot of brilliant TV over Christmas and the New Year. With the New Year means the return of some fantastic shows and the debut of some fab new ones! This week it was particularly hard to narrow my choices down to just three, but I got there in the end.

Taboo – BBC1

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This week saw the start of new period drama Taboo on BBC1. It saw the brilliant Tom Hardy return to our small screens in a big way! Set in 1814, the story centres around adventurer James Delaney (Hardy) who returns to Britain from Africa. Delaney returns to find out his father has passed and the country is at war with the United States and France.

I have to say for the first half of the opening episode I did find myself lost at times. However with a little perseverance I got to grips with the story and found it very interesting. There is going to be many levels to Hardy’s character and we have only just touched the shell. Hardy has always been able to play dark and brooding characters very well so I am intrigued to see who this character James Delaney really is. Not forgetting the great visuals and costume design used for this period drama, they really are something special.

If you missed it, catch up on BBC I Player, it’s definitely one to watch if you’re into dark period dramas!

 

The Halcyon – ITV1

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I fear I may have a slight period drama theme going on with this weeks instalment. However I just had to include The Halcyon. Set during the the 1940’s in a five star hotel in London, The Halcyon is the perfect backdrop for scandal, lust and drama. At the end of last weeks episode we saw the owner of The Halcyon, Lord Hamilton suffer from a heart attack, leaving his eldest son in charge of the glitzy hotel, and his mourning mother Lady Hamilton left to pick up the crumbly pieces. All the while the Halcyon’s manager Mr Garland, played by the amazing Steven Mackintosh, is having issues of his own with the pressure of Lady Garland’s presence within the hotel.

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All of the drama is evened out by the glitz and glamour of the hotel entertainment, played wonderfully by former Eastenders actress Kara Tointon, not to mention the special guest appearance of Beverly Knight in the most recent episode. Then there is the drama and gossip of the staff of course. If you like scandalous period dramas with some fantastic costumes and entertainment, The Halcyon is definitely for you!

 

Sherlock – BBC1

*Spoiler Alert (if you’re not up to date skip ahead)*

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Now I have to be honest and it’s quite embarrassing but… before last week I’d never seen any of the Sherlock series with Benedict Cumberbatch. I haven’t been actively avoiding it, I guess I just never got round to it. So I decided it was time to watch Sherlock and what a great way to start. Last weeks episode saw the death of Mary, after she jumped in front of a bullet to save Sherlock’s life. After trying to reach out to John after Mary’s death it was apparent to Sherlock he wanted nothing more to do with him.

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This weeks episode returned with an even more loopy Sherlock than we have known before. Sherlock had fallen into a dark pit of drugs and isolation with no one but the fabulous Mrs Hudson, after being shunned by John. This weeks episode was a bold move by the BBC and a great one, the plot revolved around a beloved public figure Culverton Smith a successful businessman and an all round eccentric, giving back to the communities and funding charities and children’s hospitals, as well as having great connections in high places, much like the case of Jimmy Saville, whereas Smith is very much into murder. Sherlock finds himself being approached by Smith’s daughter asking for help to bring down her serial killer father. The episode is full of great twists and turns and of course classic Sherlock, not to mention Mrs Hudson wildly driving a sports car. I won’t say too much more just in case you haven’t seen it and decided to read on anyway. But trust me it is definitely one to watch and next weeks final episode is sure to go out with a bang!

 

Let us know which shows you have been watching this week and what you’re loving, and what you thought about my latest picks. Drop us a comment below or get in touch via our social media!

Thanks for reading.

Chloe @ Team Hurley

xo

 

Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them: Film Review

Ever since the news broke that Fantastic Beasts would be turned into a film, I always questioned why? Why are we bringing the magical world back again, surely we should just all leave it with the greatness that was Harry Potter?!

I am glad to say… I was wrong. We most definitely should bring back the wizarding world, and Fantastic Beasts is the perfect place to start!

When I went to see Fantastic Beasts, I honestly had no clue what it was going to be about, just the small facts that it was set in New York, in the 1920’s and Eddie Redmayne was our leading man. Little did I know that the new film would be jam packed with excitement, revelations and so much magic!

In the film we are introduced to the ‘Beasts’ who are banned in the city of New York, however Brit wizard Newt Scamander (Redmayne) travels to New York with an array of fantastic beasts locked away in a tiny suitcase, in the hope of releasing one of his beloved creatures back to their home in Arizona. Newt unknowling switches his suitcase with New Yorker Jacob, played by the charismatic Dan Fogler, who just so happens to be a no-maj otherwise known as a muggle. Throw into the mix a dark force plaguing New York, the evil dark wizard Gellert Grindleward is on the lose, plus the threat of the Wizarding World being exposed to the muggles, equals a whole lot of chaos, beautifully brought to life.

I would highly recommend going to see this one if you’re a fan of the Harry Potter series, and most definitely go and see it in 3D. The special effects are really something.

I am now excited to see what else the Fantastic Beasts series will bring us and how it will magically develop.

Definitely one to watch!

Let us know if you have seen Fantastic Beasts and what you thought by dropping us a comment below or by getting in touch via our Social Media pages!

Thanks for reading.

Chloe – Team Hurley

xo

WHAT’S ON THE BOX?! WITH SARAH

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This week I have some of my current Netflix faves for you! Here’s what I’ve been loving this week:

Black Mirror – One of my friends encouraged me to start watching this, I wasn’t sure it was my kind of thing but it’s actually a really thought provoking and interesting series! I’ve watched about 4 or 5 of these now in the latest series, I particularly enjoyed the first one, a take on how we all ‘like’ each other and rate each other now on social media and how that could end up if it went too far. the second one, about gaming, made my head spin, it was a little bit disturbing but I think only because I’m a gaming fan myself – I had to watch some comedy after that one for a while!! Definitely give this one a whirl. They are all self contained mini dramas so you can just dip into the ones you find most appealing which is great too (though my OCD only lets me watch them in order, of course)

RuPaul’s Drag Race – I started watching this on a whim and L-O-V-E-D it! This is my new TV obsession. Like a play on the ‘Next Top Model’ franchise (RuPaul even has Tyra’s dramatic elimination style perfected, amaze!), this sees a line up of Drag Queens put through their paces in order to be voted the next Drag Superstar. From making outfits out of curtains to photoshoots and burlesque performances, the challenges either make or break them. I’m still amazed at the guy who decided to have a nap in the middle of a challenge – it was supposed to be his dream and he couldn’t handle the pace to go for it and give it his all, incredible! It’s fun, funny, challenging and dramatic – I’m hooked!

my film choice this this week is The Book of Life, I’m so glad this is now on Netflix! I first watched this film last year on a flight and I was enchanted by it, not only is the story magical but every single frame is just stunning. Knowing a bit more about animation now as I’ve been working on my own project I realise the absolutely incredible amount of work this must have taken and it SO paid off. One of the most visually gorgeous films you’ll ever watch!

I’d love to know your fave Netflix picks, leave me a note in the comments and if you watch any of these, let me know what you think!

Sarah x

What’s On The Box?! With Team Hurley

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November right through to January is pretty much TV heaven! We see the return of yearly favourites, festive specials and one of dramas. So our What’s On The Box segment becomes more and more difficult to whittle down to just 3 fabulous show, but we got there in the end…

The Apprentice

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The Apprentice has been back on our screens for a while now, but it’s now getting down to a much smaller group and down to the real nitty gritty. As the group gets smaller their accidents become so much clearer and it is very hard to fool Sir Alan Sugar. In the last episode we saw Rebecca leave the show (although honestly we’re surprised she lasted that long) and there was a major mix up between soup and soap. Don’t worry though Karthick is still on hand for some fabulously funny one liners!

Although at times we find ourselves screaming at the TV at some of the terrible decisions being made, we can’t resist but watch on! Don’t miss the next episode this Thursday at 9pm on BBC One.

 

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here

Yay! It’s finally back our favourite show this time of year has to be I’m A Celeb, who doesn’t love watching a handful of celebrities experience some horrifying challenges. This year will be no different and we are so excited to see what this series will bring. There is a great variety of celebrities this season including Carol Vorderman, actor Larry Lamb, former footballer Wayne Bridge, Gogglebox’s Scarlett Moffatt and many more! The season kicked off to a flying start with some of the celebs jumping out of helicopters, others canoeing and some were even walking off of a plank at the top of a 32 storey building.

Last night we saw the first bushtucker trial of the series so far, this one had the most critters ever featured on the show, and also saw Scarlett Moffatt shout ‘Chicken Kebab’ as a motivational talk to get her though!

Unfortunately I’m A Celeb… won’t be on our screens tonight due to the England vs Spain football match, but it will be back tomorrow night at 9pm on ITV1 with that awful eating challenge!

 

Planet Earth II

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The King of Nature is back on our screens with Planet Earth II. We have been waiting for this one for a while and we have to say Sir David Attenborough has not disappointed! The fascinating nature show has explored some of the best natural environments around the world.

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We have quite literally been on the edge of our seats (if any of you watched that snake chase scene you’ll know why), the fantastic pictures that the team on this project have got are so fascinating and beautiful that the hour long show zooms by. I would highly recommend tuning into this one for a fun, education and beautiful viewing experience. Planet Earth II is on Sundays at 8pm.

 

Let us know if you’ve been watching any of the shows mentioned, or if you have any recommendations for us at Team Hurley, drop us a comment below or get in touch via our social media.

Thanks for reading!

Team Hurley

xo

What’s On The Box?! With Sarah

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This week I have some of my current Netflix faves for you! Here’s what I’ve been loving this week:

Gilmore Girls – I’ve mentioned this before but this week I finished the series! Just in time for the new one coming in November. I LOVED this series so so much, I was so sad and happy to finish it! Now, no spoilers, BUT I’m so glad the new one is coming, I found the final one a bit underwhelming and with SO many unanswered questions, I’d have been so frustrated if there wasn’t more to come – now I’m counting down!

Who Took Johnny – A fascinating documentary on the disappearance of a young boy in America in the 1980’s. This story has so many twists and turns and by the end of it I was still none the wiser as to what happened. I’ll definitely be rematching this one again to see if I can get more of an insight, I was compelled to google this story after and learn more about it (I actually only watched this as Netflix recommended it for me!) a fascinating and highly recommended watch!

and another documentary this week The Witness, Another fascinating true crime account, this time entered on the murder of a young woman in 1964 in America. This was so moving as the narrator, the woman’s brother Bill Genovese, discovered so much about his sister both while she was alive and the night of her death. This case changed so much at the time and since, yet I had never heard of it before (and I’m a true crime fan) so it was a real education for me.

I’d love to know your fave Netflix picks, leave me a note in the comments and if you watch any of these, let me know what you think!

Sarah x

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The Girl on the Train: Film Review

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We launched the Sarah Hurley Book Club way back in June. It has proven to be a great success and it’s safe to say we kicked off the book club with a smashing read! Yep you guessed it, it was Paula Hawkins’ smash hit The Girl on the Train. It’s safe to say we thoroughly enjoyed the book, it was full of twists and turns and left you in suspense and with some seriously shocking revelations. So when we found out the bestseller was going to be turned into a movie, we had some reservations. It is so rare to find a film adaptation of a book that is anywhere near as good as the book. So let us make this clear from the get go, it’s not as good as the book!

Let us just start by saying we thought the film was fantastic!

In case you don’t know, The Girl on the Train surrounds the lives of 3 different women who are all closely linked. There’s Rachel a heartbroken alcoholic, Anna the woman who now lives with Rachel’s ex husband Tom, and Megan the lady who lives 3 doors down from Anna and who plays part time Nanny to Anna & Tom’s daughter. Megan’s sudden disappearance sends all of the characters lives on different paths! Now we won’t say anymore because we urge you all to either read the book or head to the cinema.

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Emily Blunt gave a compelling performance as the films protagonist Rachel. An alcoholic, divorcee, who’s husband is now living in their old house with his mistress (now wife) and their baby. Emily played Rachel brilliantly, her drunken slurs extremely convincing not to mention her ability to play an extremely convincing alcoholic even through those sober moments.

Even though we knew exactly how the story would go, it is still just as shocking. The entire cast completely fit and the book really does come to life. Even when you know the action, drama and violence is coming it can still make you gasp and hold your breath!

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There has been a lot of comparisons of The Girl on the Train and Gone Girl. We have also seen Gone Girl and have to say we felt as though it was a bit too graphic, where as, even though the violence is more graphic in this film than in the book it isn’t too overpowering to the point where you can’t watch.

We highly recommend this film to anyone, but we will say read the book first!

Hope you all enjoy!

 

If you’d like to let us know what you thought of The Girl on the Train or of our review, drop us a comment below or get in touch with us via social media.

Thanks for reading.

Team Hurley

 

xo

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