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Talk about a real mind fuck. I mean, jesus, it was a surreal sort of experience. It's mind boggling, in a good way. Towards the end, it gets pretty terrifying. Overall the film is beautifully shot and acted wonderfully.
As much as I loved the performances, especially by my beloved Keira Knightley, there was something about the film that was lacking. The trailer was much more exciting than the actual film. I wouldn't recommend it.
Oh, David Fincher, how I love you...I had seen the original Swedish version of the film, and I thought it was great but this version was just as superb. Rooney Mara's performance was just perfect. And I love how they gave us a little extra story at the end of this film that we did not get from the original.
I gave it a chance. It was unbearably, painfully terrible. Within the first 5 minutes I was already dying to finish this movie. The only good thing about this was Greg Kinnear. Frankly, I'm surprised they let Kinnear and Cyrus act in the same film.
"He punched the highlights out of her hair!!!" Seriously, this movie was one of the best I've seen in a while. Edgar Wright was perfect to take the reigns of this film. The whole cast was perfect, especially the brilliant, scene-stealing Kieran Culkin.