The Five Most Common Misconceptions About David Fincher's The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

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Blink_443199d ago

Saw this movie last night and it was AMAZING! Just as good if not better than the Swedish version

LETHIS3199d ago

you have answered my questions

Batman52733197d ago

What a fantastic article! I saw both movies and i prefer the the "Americanized" one better. Fincher did a fantastic job. Far superior in many different and yet subtle ways. Not to say the original wasn't good. But certain dynamics made Fincher's a better film. I also think this comes from a better production value, the trent reznor soundtrack, and the chemistry between daniel craig and rooney mara.

Blink_443197d ago

I especially like the ending much better in the american version, makes me want to watch it over and over again.

alycakes3197d ago

I can't wait to see it. I've been waiting all this time. I almost got the Swedish version to watch before seeing this one but I decided not to....I wanted to see this with fresh eyes.

RememberThe3573192d ago

Freakin loved this movie. I'm buying it on blu-ray day one. There are some "unsettling" scenes but the movie is powerfully engaging.