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Rachel Watson is an alcoholic who rides a train aimlessly since losing her job and her marriage. From the train, she fixates on the lives of her former husband Tom Watson, his current wife Anna, and their neighbors Scott and Megan Hipwell, whom she idolizes. Megan worked for the Watsons as a nanny, but recently quit. During her marriage, Rachel became depressed about her infertility and developed a drinking problem that has resulted in continual blackouts and destructive behavior. At a barbecue held by Tom’s boss, she drunkenly made a scene and is blamed by Tom when he is fired. While drunk, she often harasses Tom, like calling him multiple times, though she has little or no memory of these acts once she sobers up. Once she also took tom and Anna’s newborn daughter Evie out of her crib while Anna was sleeping, but then left the child on the ground when Anna discovered her.
From the train, Rachel spots Megan kissing a stranger and becomes infuriated at her. She leaves to confront Megan, but hours later she wakes up in her bed, covered in blood. Megan has disappeared, and Rachel is questioned by Detective Riley because she was seen in the vicinity that day. Rachel contacts Scott, pretending to be a friend of Megan, to tell him about the affair. Scott pulls up a picture of Megan’s psychiatrist Dr. Kamal Abdic, and Rachel identifies him as the man she saw kissing Megan.
As a result, Dr. Abdic is questioned as a suspect but tells the police Scott was emotionally abusive towards his wife, and suspicion shifts to him. Believing Dr. Abdic is involved in Megan’s disappearance, Rachel schedules an appointment with him, but she ends up discussing her own issues (the infertility and the blackouts).
Dr. Abdic recalls a session with Megan in which she told him she had a baby when she was very young. The baby accidentally drowned in the bathtub and Megan never forgave herself for it.
Megan is found dead by violence and tests show she was pregnant, but that neither Scott nor Dr. Abdic was the father. Scott enters Rachel’s house and confronts her for lying to him about knowing Megan, directing the police towards Dr. Abdic, and leaving him as the new suspect. He angrily grabs her. Rachel goes to the police to report the assault, believing Scott’s ready violence suggests he may have murdered Megan, but the detective says that he has been ruled out as a suspect as there is CCTV footage of him at a bar at the time.
On the train Rachel sees Martha, the wife of Tom’s former boss, and goes over to apologize for her behavior at the barbecue where she believes she broke a platter, threw eggs, and insulted Martha. Martha says she did nothing wrong and she was told that Rachel was sick and needed to sleep in their spare room. It turns out Tom had been fired for having sex with coworkers. Rachel realizes that Tom planted false memories in her head during her drinking binges. He was also violent toward her during her blackouts, which accounts for the injuries she had when she awoke.
Anna suspects Tom of cheating and finds a strange cell phone hidden in their house. The voicemail reveals that the phone belongs to Megan. Tom almost catches her in the act of checking the phone, and she returns to the house. Rachel goes back to the tunnel, and remembers via flashback that she caught Tom meeting Megan that day and left Megan by the car to go after her, attack her, and warn her to stay away. Rachel goes to warn Anna, and tells her Tom is dangerous and he killed Megan. Anna knows about the affair, and when Tom arrives home, both women confront him with details of his affair with Megan. Tom tries to force Rachel to drink alcohol (she is recently sober), throws the drink at her face, and knocks her unconscious.
Another flashback reveals that Tom beat Megan to death when she told him she might be pregnant by him and refused to get an abortion. When Rachel awakens, she flees for the front door, but it is locked. Tom tries to strangle her as Anna watches from the top of the stairs. Rachel doubles back through the kitchen and grabs a corkscrew. She gets outside, but Tom chases her and grabs her. As she turns, she stabs him in the neck with the corkscrew. He falls; as Anna reaches him, she twists it deeper into Tom’s neck, killing him.
Interviewed by Detective Riley, Rachel and Anna tell identical stories about killing Tom in self-defense after he admitted that he was Megan’s killer. Later, a sober Rachel is walking through a cemetery. She stands in front of Megan’s tombstone and states “We are tied forever now, the three of us, bound forever by the story we shared.” Later, she sits on the opposite side of the train looking forward to the future.
The Mummy is a 2017 American action-adventure film  directed by Alex Kurtzman and written by David Koepp, Christopher McQuarrie, and Dylan Kussman, with a story by Kurtzman, Jon Spaihts, and Jenny Lumet. It is a reboot of The Mummy franchise and was intended to be the first installment in Universal‘s cancelled Dark Universe franchise. The film stars Tom Cruise as a US soldier who accidentally unearths the ancient tomb of an entrapped Egyptian princess (Sofia Boutella). Annabelle Wallis, Jake Johnson, Courtney B. Vance, and Russell Crowe also star.
The Mummy premiered at the State Theatre in Sydney, Australia, on May 22, 2017, and was theatrically released in the United States on June 9, 2017, in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D. The film received generally negative reviews from critics and grossed $410 million worldwide against a $125–195 million production budget.