Hitchcockian “Transsiberian” reviewed

Suspense on a train in the snow with murder

“Hitchcockian” is an odd word, when you think about it.

OK, that’s over.

Others have compared “Transsiberian” to one of Hitchcock’s suspense thrillers, more for its tone, I imagine, than for its similarity to “Strangers on a Train”; both involve strangers meeting on a train and murder, but that’s about it.

Emily Mortimer, the reason to see “Transsiberian,” and her good-natured, church-going, train-loving husband Woody Harrelson, decide to take the train back to Moscow after participating in a

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