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The film stars Amy Adams as Anna Fox - an agoraphobic psychologist who believes she's witnessed the murder of her friend and neighbour (Julianne Moore) through her window.
Now fans (and people we can't describe as fans) are reviewing the movie on social media with very mixed feelings.
One person wrote: "Woman in the Window was so so SO good, it was an amazing adaptation from the book. No one could've done better than Amy Adams."
Another added: "The Woman in the Window is absolutely brilliant. I don't have the words to describe how incredible this film is. From the cinematography to the acting, all of it is brilliant. Oh my god. I'm just sitting here trying to fanthom how something this good was created."
Just watched The Woman in the Window , had no expectations, I really enjoyed it, it has good pace and I was pretty scared. Was shocked when I read the reviews after, don't understand why people hated it so much. Brilliant performance by Amy Adams. #womaninthewindow
- Polskey (@polskey) May 14, 2021
Watching "the Woman in the Window" and Amy Adams is perfectly brilliant! :ok_hand: pic.twitter.com/HnwgMAREND
- Janine Child (@Jani_neChild) May 14, 2021
The Woman in the Window (2021) is so good oh my god
- Kellie:sparkles: (@cutexcorpse) May 14, 2021
As with most things, not everyone was quite as impressed... but the world would be a boring place if we were all the same.
Giving some advice, one person wrote: "Don't waste your time. The book is soooo much better and they left out a ton of the story/character development in the book that's really important to making it an actual interesting story. Also the twists fell so flat, the delivery was terrible."
Another left a sterling review when they commented: "I'm watching The Woman in the Window, and currently it's just The Simpsons episode 'Bart of Darkness'."
A third simply wrote: "Yeah it's s***."
The film is adapted from the bestselling novel of the same name by author AJ Finn - real name Dan Mallory - and is directed by Joe Wright, the man behind Pride & Prejudice and Atonement.
Alongside Adams, the cast also includes Gary Oldman, Anthony Mackie, Wyatt Russell and Brian Tyree Henry.
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