The Girl Who Played With Fire

The Girl Who Played With Fire

By Niels Arden Oplev & Daniel Alfredson

  • Genre: Niels Arden Oplev & Daniel Alfredson
  • Release Date: 2009-09-18
  • Advisory Rating: Unrated
  • Runtime: 3h 6min
  • Director: Niels Arden Oplev & Daniel Alfredson
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99

Description

MILLENNIUM is about to run an exposé on the sex-trafficking problem in Sweden when the leading investigative reporters are murdered in cold blood and Lisbeth Salander's fingerprints are on the murder weapon. Mikael Blomkvist begins a desperate search to find her, but he's not alone: a vicious blond giant is also on the hunt - at the behest of a gangster known only as "Zala." This extended edition of The Girl Who Played With Fire contains an additional hour of footage not seen in the theatrical version.

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Reviews

  • Good, but book still better.

    5
    By camccorm
    The books are amazing and none of the movie remakes, including the American versions give the novel justice. Still, the movies are entertaining and worth seeing.
  • Not bad but book was better

    4
    By goodToSee
    This was a good movie but it wasn't as good as the first and not as good as the books. The books give so much rich detail, especially about what characters are thinking, that cannot accurately be portrayed in the movie
  • Very disappointing compared to the first movie

    1
    By TheSequelSucks
    I really liked The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, but this was crap. The story is not believable for a second. Fail.
  • amazing

    5
    By f.s.s.
    amazing movie. On google it is 10$ hd- what am I missing? But superb movie.
  • the paresian

    5
    By European History
    this film and its other sequel the girl who kicked the hornests nest were not as good as the first film. in my opinion i think steig larson would have definetly like noomi rapace better because she not only did a fantastic job but also because shes swedish and so is he. we are never going to know steig larson's real opinion but i think he would have liked rooney mara because in an interview noomi rapace said that steig larson may have made lisbeth seem american. noomi rapace saw this woman as purely swedish and nothing else. i guess in a way rooney mara did capture the american side of lisbeth but noomi rapace captured a lisbeth that was amazing but also as someone who seems mean but really isnt. if american film makers decide to do the sequels i wonder if the will mention lisbeth's sister camilla because in the swedish films her character doesnt exist.

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