The Girl Who Played With Fire Synopsis
A journalist (Michael Nyqvist) tries to help a private eye (Noomi Rapace) who is a murder suspect.
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Movie Reviews

Once Again...Smashing

By KalelFan
Noomi Rapace draws the attention of any reader of the Millienium series as Lisbeth Salandar once again. Her portrayal of the young lady with the boyish figure warrants her depiction for the American...

There were scenes in the book that I would have liked to have seen in the movie !

By ottoheckle
It's interesting how ones experience of a movie based on a novel is influenced by whether one read the novel or not . I saw the first movie without reading the book so to me it was a far better than...

Sexy, dangerous, and smart

By thejeffersonlee
Stieg Larsson's second book of his posthumously released Millennium Trilogy makes it to the silver screen and is no less a treat than it's predecessor, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Noomi Rapace...

Five Word Review

By katy_did
the best new heroine ever...

Noomi is worthy of Liz

By maturin
Superb. Worthy of the book....


By jshama711
i really enjoyed the movie. having read all three books, I am enjoying watching them on big screens....

Lots of Twists

By ThatGRL
Overall, I'd say that this movie was pretty good. It was not as deep as The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo... However, this film had lots of twists and turns. I'd say go see it on a rainy day. It is...

They Did It Again!!

By aubs5510
This second movie had me on the edge of my seat, just like the "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo". You don't even realize you are reading subtitles because the movie is so great. I love hearing the...

Playing with Fire

By carbon60
Very true to the book, focusing on the central plot and omiting extraneous story lines. Excellent acting. But see Dragon Tattoo first to fully understand the relationships of the characters. Highly...

Very true to the book

By ivystern_icloud_com
Fans of the book will love this movie. So glad it's not a Hollywood version. Great acting; directing; full of suspense. Well done!...

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Rated R | For Brutal violence including a rape, some strong sexual content, nudity and language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Part 2 of subtitled crime trilogy has same brutality, sex.
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