MOVIE REVIEW This
week's reviewed movie is:
THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO
THE GIRL WITH THE
The Girl with the
Tattoo isn't just a replica of the
original. It's an effective moody / creepy
murder mystery in its own right.
Having not seen the Swedish version, I can
only say the American-made film is super crafted
from a technical standpoint.
You won't forget this film and certainly not the
girl with the dragon tattoo.
She has a tortured past you won't believe and
steals the whole show.
win your sympathy!
not often a book gets
made into a great movie; and even rarer when it's
But The Girl
the Dragon Tattoo has that unique
This beautifully filmed murder
mystery thriller starts out looking for a missing
girl, but soon turns into a
historical search for a serial killer with the
help of one of the most
intriguing characters in history -- a female
computer hacker with a mysterious
Rough, bleak, and not for the faint of heart.
Fincher, a master of
high cinematic style and violence at its most
outer limits, has directed the
most effective movie version of Stieg Larsson's
Swedish serial killer novel.
The film is about a crusading Swedish
investigative journalist and a antisocial
computer hacker who team up to solve an old
Fincher, who directed
pictures like Seven
and Fight Club,
is known for his unflinching vision, and
there's no doubt that the flick will push the
edges of its R rating.
some rape scenes in this movie, and there are
people doing violence to each
other, but that IS the story.
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