• jillb88

    Watched by jillb88 31 May, 2010

    Unsure of exact date. Released in US on April 30, 2010.


  • Elena

    ★★★½ Watched by Elena 03 Dec, 2016

    A star for each Noomi Rapace arm. The rest of the movie is ok i guess.


  • Jacob Wencel

    ★★★ Watched by Jacob Wencel 02 Dec, 2016

    That's the last time I read the book before watching its adaptation.


  • Carlos Magalhães

    ★★★½ Added by Carlos Magalhães

    The highest-grossing European production in 2009, this intense Swedish thriller is both an interesting investigation drama and a terrifying sexual abuse story - and Naoomi Rapace's magnetic performance makes it certainly worth seeing.

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  • Alan Jones

    ★★★★ Watched by Alan Jones 29 Nov, 2016

    Cold, grubby, gripping crime story. Lisbeth is a real enigma and the movie only shows you just enough to be interested in the character. A lot of European dramas seem to treat the audience as though they are intelligent and capable of filling in the gaps without having everything laid out and overexplained. Hollywood struggles with this concept.


  • Fenix108

    ★★★ Added by Fenix108

    Ten times better than Daniel Craig's stinky movie


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  • Yeezus808s

    Added by Yeezus808s

    about as shitty as its remake


  • Francisco Rosa

    ★★★★½ Watched by Francisco Rosa 14 Nov, 2016

    A disgraced journalist is hired by an aging millionaire to figure out the mystery surrounding his niece's death. What he finds though is a series of ritualistic murders and that the murderer might be far closer than he thinks. enter a mysterious young woman, Lisbeth, who helps him with her very special set of skills.

    A wonderfully riveting neo-noir which benefits from very solid source material, able direction and great acting. Rapace is especially compelling as the brooding Lisbeth.


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  • Dylan Butler

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Dylan Butler 06 Nov, 2016

    Much prefer this TV Format (2 x 90 minute episodes) as opposed to the 150 minute film. An extra half an hour allows us to spend more time with these great and really interesting characters created by the late, great Stieg Larsson, learning more about them and slowly watching their individual arc's progress.


  • ManondelaCure

    ★★★★★ Watched by ManondelaCure 16 Oct, 2016

    Pure brilliance and the Swedish version outshines the U.S. big time! Love the books and this was very close to the feel of the book which is not easy to pull off. Chapeau!