Written October 30, 2010
If you haven't read the book, there are a few strands in the storytelling that are a bit of a leap from where the last movie left off. But the cast and filmic quality are great and I can't really imagine not seeing it if you loved the first two. I also cannot imagine how the forthcoming American remake will live up to this cult series,
Written December 14, 2010
The final Chapter of the Series by Stieg Larsson. Last part of the “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” who knew too much. Trapped in a pool of lies, Mikael and his Millennium Magazine team seek out to prove Lisbeth Salander’s innocence and to clear up the lies and to bring all her enemies to justice with a tall glass of pure truth. Excellent movie the whole series is so great. Each part standing on its own, but all 3 parts making it a fantastic series. A goose bumps ride you won’t forget. Solid 4 stars out of 5.
Written December 05, 2010
The courtroom scene is conveyed with an exceeding degree of subtlety. As opposed to the blood thirstiness of the previous films, this is more like watching a surgeon with a scalpel dissecting living tissue. Even people who haven't seen the previous films should enjoy this one on it's own merits. Ms. Rapace delivers Salander's open wound, the destruction of her walls and her final retreat behind them. It's a tremendous shame that Mr. Larson did not survive to bring us more of her story. I also recommend reading the books if you haven't.
Written November 03, 2010
Salander kicks butt once again!
Written November 15, 2010
If you've seen or read the first two of this trilogy, you'll certainly enjoy the third movie which lacks most of the violence of the first two but ties together a lot of the loose ends and manages to create some surprises and keep tension high. If you haven't seen the first two movies or read the books, I suspect the movie will seem confusing at the start buy tie everything together by the end. While not as good as the first movie, "The Girl With the Dragon Tatoo," this one stands on its own as a very good flick.