PopMatters: "The Last Mrs. Parrish" Nods to and Subverts the Classics with Aplomb

PopMatters | November 29, 2017

The Last Mrs. Parrish fits well within the mold of Gone Girl-esque thrillers: it has the requisite unsympathetic female protagonist, features endless double-crossing and conniving and plotting, and is threaded throughout with cutting commentary on the roles and expectations of marriage.

While The Last Mrs. Parrish is not as fresh and daring as Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, which really was utterly shocking, ruthless, and iconic enough to have basically started its own subgenre, it’s far better than Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train.

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