The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest
The last part of the trilogy. Honestly, I cannot decide which one is the best, but I love to see when it comes to justice for Lisbeth. Anyway, this time the script is very loose. I didn’t enough action that bring the crime/mystery into resolve. It’s like: ok we have this criminal group, they’ve been attack us, track us down, we try to track them down also, we have this and that information, and boom they’re finally arrested. I was like ‘what the heck.’ And even the trial scene was easily done. I mean, common, you gave us a whole bunch of information and stuff, and finally just gave us a scene basically telling us that it has come to justice!? @_@
That’s what I think about the script. For the film technique. It was as good as the first and the second was, that’s why the film keeps me involve all the time even though the information during the film almost has nothing to do with the justice of the final sequence.
For this one I like the doctor guy who take care of Lisbeth! I feels like the author’s gonna let them marry or something, or at least go on a date. However, we’re never gonna know. According to my roomate’s research, the author was writing the forth novel. He has finished the beginning and the end, but not the middle part, and unfortunately, he passed away during the process. The forth one he intended to explain the meaning the dragon tattoo, which is, I think, a very important symbol of this whole series (he named the first one The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo, without the tattoo being involved in the story, so it has to be a very important element in the forth book). There’s a lady who cooperated with him, or something like that, wants to finish the novel, but since it’s involved with license and stuff it’s get complicated, so we don’t know if there’s gonna be a fourth one yet.