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Plot: Young computer hacker Lisbeth Salander and journalist Mikael Blomkvist find themselves caught in a web of spies, cybercriminals and corrupt government officials. Runtime: 117 min Release Date: 09 Nov 2018
I haven't read the books, I haven't watched any of the previous movies, so it was totally new for me, and it was perfect. It's like a James Bond movie in female version, you can say, but the better version in my point of view. And I want to watch more of Lisbeth's story, that's a good thing. Now I am really tired of watching these male heroes wuth deep dark secrets, but with her, i can watch 100 more.
POWER AND BRAINS. (by rdjoties)
As if they were preparing for a James Bond-like franchise, the filmmakers implemented a somewhat repeatable, set-up in the screen story. They also toned down the graphic scenes, which are effective and in service of the story, rather than blunt and unnecessary. This is the first time I had the feeling, that Lisbeth is not a secret obscene fantasy of a male writer.This is a movie, I could watch with my 13 year old cousin rated 12 in my country and not 16, like its predecessors : Humble to see a character like Lisbeth using her wits to be at 2, sometimes 3 places at the same time, exploring a <more>
somewhat uncharted side of humanity's broad spectrum and by doing so, inspiring someone you care about, like she has not been inspired before.
Forget all the book snobs @nd PC haters. Go see it. You will not be disappointed. A real thriller that never lets up. Not really a 10 but I needed to counter the haters. It is a good solid 8
A must see, what a good movie (by jaz-15552)
This movie is an excellent follow-up of the Millenium trilogy, an action packed thriller, shot in a grey and dark atmosphere of Stockholm and surroundings in wintertime. I hope that there will be a sequel to this.
Give it a try (by kinta-s-am)
I like this movie, even the fandom of the book or Swedish movie version is trying to down its point. If you haven't read the original book, just give this movie a try. This is worth to watch. Although the length is quite long 2h , it's still good as long as the story is given properly. I also give thumb-up for Claire, she did her part very well. The precious dialogue between Lisbeth and Camilia at the end of the movie gives me a lot of thoughts of how much we should care about our true love. I definitely will find the book series to be deep insight into this story.
Awesome movie (by jt-rincon)
My favorite hero. No superpowers needed. Lisbeth Salander is amazing in this movie. She is real, compassionate, and full of character. The movie delivers a wonderful final episode to the three previous books in the series. This is a must see for "The Girl of the Dragon Tattoo" lovers.
Are you not Lisbeth Salander, the righter of wrongs? The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo? (by Chalice_Of_Evil)
The original book trilogy The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest were written by Stieg Larsson. There were movie versions of each released in 2009 starring Noomi Rapace. In 2010 there was the Millennium TV mini-series, which was a compilation of the three Swedish films with extended scenes/more stuff added back in. The three movies were re-released on DVD with the extra stuff added back in and these became the 'Extended Versions' of the films. In 2011 came the US remake of the first film. Since then, another <more>
author David Lagercrantz started writing a new series of books continuing the story on from the third book as the original author, Stieg Larsson, had passed away . This new movie starring Claire Foy is the first film adaptation of the new series of books. The only 'remake' so far has been the 2011 version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.Sadly, not enough people were first introduced to the character of Lisbeth Salander through Noomi Rapace's unparalleled performance, setting the standard by which all other portrayals should be compared. She did all the hard work/heavy lifting, bringing this character to life onscreen for the first time. Quite unfairly, she never scored an Oscar nomination which I think she *should* have , nor did these original films receive all the praise that the US remake got. Whether it was the fact that the original film trilogy had subtitles, which people simply couldn't be bothered reading, I don't know, but it's a shame that the big flashy US remake got all the glory the original films/actress to play Salander should have. Those who told fans of the original Swedish films to 'Give the US remake a chance!' and dismissed the recasting of the Lisbeth role now know what it feels like. All the people whose first introduction to the characters of Lisbeth, Mikael, etc was the Fincher version clearly couldn't take their own advice, as a large percentage of them seem to be damning this new film, despite the fact that at least it's based on a book that *hasn't* been filmed previously.I've seen complaints about Claire Foy as Lisbeth not looking vastly different to how she normally looks, and this is a result of Fincher going overboard with Lisbeth's look in his version, where she was downright alienesque in appearance. No, it *isn't* normal for Lisbeth to walk around with panda eyes/bizarre make-up. If you watched the second film in the original trilogy, you'd see she reserved the theatrical makeup for special occasions. That's what we get here in the opening scene, with Foy's Lisbeth sporting a swath of white paint over her eyes as she helps out a wife with an abusive husband. And the mohawk only appears here and briefly towards the end of the film. Fincher decided to go all 'comic book' with Lisbeth's look and created a 'heightened/hyper-reality', whereas this film is a bit more 'restrained'. No elaborate fights on escalators this time. When Lisbeth fights a guy hand-to-hand here, it's in a small enclosed area, brutal not flashy , and she doesn't magically win.We're now seeing the reaction from those who dismissed the part Noomi Rapace played in making the character of Lisbeth Salander as widely recognsied as she is or who simply don't wish to accept that the role originated with her , because they fell in love with the remake version, when the shoe is on the other foot. The outcry over 'their' version of Lisbeth being replaced is no different to those who didn't wish to see Noomi replaced. Yet they're acting like the US version is the ONLY version. Sorry to break it to you...she's not. Claire Foy gives us a more 'grounded' performance as Lisbeth, as she conveys the character's weaknesses/vulnerabilities, making her feel like more of a 'real' character as opposed to the comic book-like US version. To those complaining about this film's 'action'...so what if there's action? It's not like the remake was devoid of elaborate action scenes. Plus, here she uses her brains for getting out of sticky situations more often than her fists.Sverrir Gudnason might not be as recogniseable as Daniel Craig...but that actually works in his favour. Rather than watching a non-action version of James Bond onscreen, we're getting to see a Mikael as he comes across in the books. He's more or less just a regular guy, and I think the actor portrays him believably. We only get short scenes between him and Foy's Salander, but their 'relationship'/friendship feels like it's already established. The remake seemed to put them together in no time and I didn't feel that was 'earned' like in the original. Sylvia Hoeks does a lot with limited screentime also. We don't really meet her Camilla until late into the film though we're introduced to the sisters as children at the beginning , but she plays the 'coldness' well, showing just hints of vulnerability.I read the book this movie's based on/adapted from when it was first released and didn't think much of it. The author just wasn't able to capture what made the original three books which I've read each of multiple times so great. However, I decided to give the book another try in preparation for seeing this movie. Maybe it's that this movie's such a 'loose' interpretation of the book, with it being quite a bit different, but I found the film version much more interesting. The problem is some people who only know the US remake are ignorant of what came before. They think that version is the ONLY one that exists. This is no doubt what has contributed to the IMDB rating being so quite unjustly low. Claire Foy *is* the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo...whether you like it/wish to accept it or not. Hopefully we get to see more of her in the role. Until then, do yourself a favour and watch the original trilogy.
Visually entertaining with its direction but lacking in plot and its darker tone from Dragon Tattoo movie. (by cruise01)
The Girl in the Spider's Web 4 out of 5 stars .The Girl in the Spider's Web is the next entry in the Millenium book series which follows up after David Fincher's film The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. With a brand new casts, a new direction, and definitely out of order from the book series. Fede Alvarez direction is a visually entertaining piece, Claire Foy performance as Lisbeth Salander was not as bad, and the plot felt a little different from the others. I will say David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is still the greatest film from Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara <more>
performance, and the electronic music score from Atticus Ross. Everything from that was missing in this film.The plot follows Lisbeth Claire Foy were she is assigned to steal a program from NSA programmer Edwin LaKeith Stanfield . When she is double crossed and a group called "spiders" steals it from her. She asks for Mikael Sverrir Gudnason help on investigating who this group is and how are they link to Lisbeth. When Lisbeth discovers that her past and mysterious sister Camilla Sylvia Hoeks has something to do with setting Lisbeth up.The plot was still entertaining. Less complex than the dragon tattoo movie. And shorter with more action. Also, what I really enjoyed about this film was Lisbeth Salander is a bada** character who tries to protect women and the innocent people. From the opening moments, were she beats and blackmail a guy cause he was abusing his wife. And she empties all his funds to give to his wife. She is that antihero, she is a hacker who would steal a car, escape the police, and do whatever she can to get what she wants.There is more action in this film than the others. A group of bad guys break into Lisbeth's warehouse. She avoids danger. She escapes the police by riding her motorcycle onto a frozen lake which was a cool sequence. Then, the climatic fight with her being trapped in a house with the bad guys and going head to head with her sister Camilla.Fede Alvarez direction is entertaining. It is visually exciting from the set drop of locations in Sweden. Bike chases, fight scenes, and more escaping from the bad guys and running. The plot was different. The music score did not add anything to the tone of the movie like David Fincher's film did. Nor was the plot complex with a layered story.Overall, The Girl with the Spider's Web is a good crime thriller film. Claire Foy was good as the character. Sverrir Gudnason was okay as Mikael, his role felt undeveloped. Sylvia Hoeks was good playing as the villain. Fede Alvarez does build its dark tone with its visual direction. And the plot is a forgettable one.
I liked it. Didn't think it was any more far fetched than any Bond, Bourne, or M.I. tale. Was engaged during the entire movie. Enjoyed the twists and surprises. Found it fairly gripping. There was a few how did they know that, but there always is in these kind of movies. Anyway, it's not my job to know "how they knew all that", it the protagonists job, and she did it pretty well. A little gore but not excessive. I found Claire Foy an acceptable Dragon Tatoo girl. 8 of 10 for me.