The girl isn’t gone. There’s one on the train, and there’s another in the window.
“Woman in the Window,” based on A.J. Finn’s 2018 best-seller, is the latest adaptation in a run on female-led thrillers that have gone from page to screen with their intriguingly vague titles intact. Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl” kicked off a mini-craze that, in movie form at least, began promisingly. David Fincher’s adaptation — an engrossingly dark inquiry into marriage — is still . . .