When it's over, I still think Lisbeth Salander is one tough gal. She's a survivor. You never know what to expect from her and that makes the movie all the more interesting. This film continues two years after its predecessor, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. All the cast members return for this sequel along with some new faces and storylines. This time around, it's not about a creepy serial killer or the search of a missing person, but the seedy side of the sex trade. Salander is accused of a mulitple homicide, and Mikael Blomkvist digs deep to try and clear her name. This film isn't as thrilling or as shocking as the first, but worth a look if you've already seen Tattoo and most definitely if you've read the book(s).
My rating: 3.5 out of 5
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