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I didn't really enjoy this movie but perhaps thats because my boyfriend was confused & thought it was the first one. Put hold on 'Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' so hopefully this one will make more sense.
This sequel to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is a slick thriller almost as good as its predecessor. It is truly unbelievable that actress Noomi Rapace, playing the "girl," is the glamorous actress currently shown on the website IMDb. One of the lessons of the film is that your father and brother are not always wonderful people. This is a Swedish film; Swedes are not always as constipated about sex as Americans.
Not as good as the first part of the trilogy but does its job in having you want to "see things through".
Fairly confusing at times with all of the details thrown around.
I liked this one about as well as the first one. Fairly convoluted plot, and once again it is the Girl that makes the movie. Perhaps just a tad less than Dragon Tat
How past can define your future? How do you live with it? You will find all those answers watching this movie.
Watched both the first and second movies and enjoyed both. Now on to the third. Appreciate the English dubbing.
@jerry0528 check IMDB or rottentomatoes when the movie was first released in theaters.
Good movie - kept my attention throughout. Bit violent but you have to empathize with Lisbeth's desire for revenge. The ending has you waiting for movie 3.
I watched this film because I was interested in what happens to Lisbeth; howver, it was not as good as the first film with some sceens seeming to be tossed in for their thrill appeal as opposed to hightening the story line. My advice, stick with the first film.
Very good movie. The books are great but they have done a good job with the movie.
enjoyed all three books saw the movies , the original and the recent one. still liked the books better. good books.
Jan 18, 2012 Brings the book to life, just reading the third book and it's nice to have watched this to put some faces on the characters and refresh my memory about this episode. (It's been about three weeks since I read this book.)
Not as good as The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Film seems to have some big holes in the story (either that, or I was too dense to follow it, even though I'd read the book).
The second movie of the trilogy, The Girl Who Played With Fire, once again finds Lisbeth and Mikael trying to expose the truth. This time it's an investigation into a sex trade operation and three murders related to Millennium's about to be published findings. As a coverup, Lisbeth gets framed for the murders and she must go into hiding. Further research into the sex trade operation unravels some shocking secrets about Lisbeth's family. This movie's ending was really intense but the story is not over by any means. Overall not quite as good as The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo but certainly worth watching.
This was an excellent sequel. I wasn't too happy with the ending, but thankfully I have the third and final film, so hopefully it will pick up where this one left off. Great casting and excellent acting were also found in this one. And it was good to learn a bit more about Lisbeth's past. All in all, an excellent thrill ride. Once again, my attention was snared from start to finish.
Didn't bother watching it through.. Lisbeth is not a particularly likeable character and I was bored.
Prefer the books, but these films are well done and a good distraction for a rainy day.
I think this movie is more enjoyable if you have seen the book. There is just no way to pack all of the background story into a movie. Still a great movie though!