This entry was posted by HQ02 Staff on January 6, 2018 at 8:38 am
I agree the script isn't as good and it doesn't quite have the intrigue of the first, but I still like it. I seem to be one of the few who liked the third better than the second though that was slower. I gather the second is made better by the extended TV cut adding more to the plot.
Some very interesting observations there mate. The second and third films in this trilogy were never intended on being released in cinemas. They were supposed to be television movies in Sweden, but because of the unexpected success of the first one, they decided to add the other two to the box office. Which explains the vast difference in quality from the first film to the rest. I liked all three of them. Top video mate!
Me still like long time baby.
Your opinion does seem to be the majority opinion.
Now, I just want to watch the 3rd one, and put a fork in it, no pun intended, forkerball.
Haven't read the books, and have no interest in reading them. I've read a lot of 'hot' best-sellers over the years, and no longer 'jump on the bandwagon' like I did when I was younger.
Thanks for commenting.
Im considering buying the extended versions to see what was cut out to make the shortened theatrical films as I found the second and 3rd film to be quite rushed in parts, have you read the books? they are a huge advert for IKEA and Apple lol Im curious as to what Fincher will do with the trillogy, as opposed to this trilogy which was really a tv miniseries, 'converted' into a movie. I think the American remake/adaptation will be tighter scripted, I enyoyed it though, but preferred the first part
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