From beginning to end, there is non-stop action & mystery! You'll question WHO the good guys and bad guys are TO the End!!! VERY well written\/directed... the \"Script\" is REFRESHINGLY family-friendly! Parental Guidance for gun-fire\/fighting, concerning ONLY the VERY young.
Okay movie, and Taylor Lautner is as usual capable and entertaining. However, the plot was weak and most of the supporting cast was forgettable. Occasional strong language does not make this a family-friendly movie, either. It's a good enough movie to watch once, but you'd be better off just renting it.
This is one of three in a Trilogy.\nStig Larsson is absolutely in the same class as Dean R. Koont's best thrillers, you think you know whats going to happen next, WRONG!\nNow I'm just waiting for the other two, to come out here in USA.\nOne thing I have to say though, don't let kids watch this movie, it is very graphic!
I loved this movie, I think they did a really good adaptation from the book and the Swedish version of the film and I would definatly suggest buying but I would also suggest buying the original swedish version, dubbed or subtiled and watching it too, I have both and love them both. Keep in mind any version of the movie and the book all have grafic sceens of violence against women.
For me the most deadening aspect of these films is the presence of Michael Nykvist as Blomqvist; he seems to have a personality by-pass, and remains expressionless at all times, no matter what's going on.
The best thing that can be said about the excruciatingly dull, badly made closing chapter in this punishingly bad Swedish crime trilogy is that it really whets the appetite for the upcoming American version.
As will all dvds, features are similar. As with all movies, you will purchase movie only if you have an interest in the subject matter. Purchased dvd only after seeing film in theater. This movie is the last in the \"the girl who\" series from Sweden.\nIf you like international movies, this is a great series to look into. The first two in the series are better than the last. This movie seems to sum up the questions asked from the first two with its ending being a little anti climatic. Worth the purchase to complete a series if you purchased the first two
For fast-paced suspense, and for at least a hint of the passions which drove Stieg Larsson to expose the long reach of old fascist, and patriachal ideologies into the gloomy modern era of Swedish capitalist culture -- the film delivers.