The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo - US Theatrical Trailer HD

Author: Stieg Larsson
Book: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

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Forty years ago, Harriet Vanger disappeared from a family gathering on the island owned and inhabited by the powerful Vanger clan. Her body was never found, yet her beloved uncle is convinced it was murder and that the killer is a member of his own tightly knit but dysfunctional family. He employs disgraced financial journalist Mikael Blomkvist (Michael Nyqvist) and the tattooed and troubled but resourceful computer hacker Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace) to investigate. When the pair link Harrie…more

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Arlene I didn't know it was going to be a movie. I have been tempted to read the book, is it as good as people say? I love mysteries and suspense.

Brandi Arlene wrote: "I didn't know it was going to be a movie. I have been tempted to read the book, is it as good as people say? I love mysteries and suspense."

I picked this book for the book club I am in. I have never seen so many of us actually complete a book! (8 of 10)!! I loved it and am getting ready to read the next one! I recommend it!

Jooles This trilogy is the best I have read in long time. As soon as each book was published (in English)I immediately requested it from my library. I can thoroughly recommend each book for it's twists and turns and complete unputdownability!

Isabella Daniels I loved this book! I would definitely recommend it. I regrettably haven't got to read the others in the series, but I am going to get The Girl who Played with Fire, soon. (I think that is the title...)

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Just saw the movie today, the subtitles made it a little tough to enjoy, but it was still fabulously suspensful!

Melanie Formosa Loved the movie!!!!!! Definitely going to read the trilogy.

Bethany Definitely recommend this movie. I heard they are going to make a U.S. version, but that seems unnecessary. It's been a long time since I've read a book and was actually impressed by the film version!

Lainie We have been playing this movie in Corvallis, Oregon, at the Darkside Cinema for weeks now. Everyone who sees it loves it, and so did I. It was rare for me to see a film before reading the source novel, so now I'm reading it. The book gives more depth to all the characters and I'm looking forward to reading all three. We open the second film, THE GIRL WHO PLAYED WITH FIRE, this Friday July 23. I need to read fast!

Hihihhi hello Does anyone think an eighth grader can read this book?
Seems very interesting!

message 10: by Doug

Doug I just finished the second book ("Fire") and am now starting "Hornet's Nest." I am looking forward to Daniel Craig "Tattoo" film version.

message 11: by Raven

Raven LOVED the sweedish film. Not very impressed with out the american version looks... grrr. But now I'm going to have to read the book to see the other aspects that weren't as easy to see in the film. ^^

Digitaldolf The books were brilliant and so were the Swedish films.
There was no need whatsoever for an American remake.
It's only for lazy people who can't cope with listening to a foreign language and having to read subtitles. If they really can't handle that, they should have just dubbed the original movies into English. Would have been cheaper too.

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Jo Green The book trilogy was unbelievable and so was the first Swedish film. I'm afraid to see the American version, no matter how intensely I love Daniel Craig. I just don't think American media will do justice to Lisbeth. I would like to see second Swedish film.

message 14: by Janis

Janis The Swedish movies are far superior. Lisbeth comes to life before your eyes, a real Buirman vs the American movie's glamorized one and a true depiction of Blomkquivst. The American version was so so bad.

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message 16: by Behrang

Behrang Didn't like the Swedish version , The books are far more better than the movies , Hope no one judge the books by watching the crap movies.

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