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The sad thing is that in real life he's only two years older than Tom Cruise

Seriously. He looks like an old catcher's mitt.
post #32 of 42
Some idiot sitting next to me said oscar after the movie ended. I watched the original earlier today and it's so much better although certain elements of the remake I consider an improvement, nearly all aesthetically - like Martin's house.
post #33 of 42
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Some idiot sitting next to me said oscar after the movie ended. I watched the original earlier today and it's so much better although certain elements of the remake I consider an improvement, nearly all aesthetically - like Martin's house.

BRAVO! bigstar[1].gif OSCAR! lol8[1].gif
post #34 of 42

She looked incredible. I love that badass look on the right women.
 

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didn't read the book, but i enjoyed the movie. decent flick, nothing mindblowing other than the fact i was really attracted to rooney mara despite the goth look.

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rape scenes were a little hard to watch though


 

 

post #35 of 42

 

Special sneak peak and announcement of who provided many of the shirts for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo for Daniel Craig...in addition Craig wears this designer in his personal life.
 
post #36 of 42
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Special sneak peak and announcement of who provided many of the shirts for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo for Daniel Craig...in addition Craig wears this designer in his personal life.
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiQXtXr1Hck

Interesting story about Save Khaki. They sound comfortable.
post #37 of 42

They are!  As are the shirts...here I am sporting the Petrol shirt as seen in the Girl...Tattoo.  IMAG2028.jpgIMAG2030.jpg

post #38 of 42
Watched this today...pretty good. When she got her revenge on the fat dude, I was like icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Saw it tonight. I thought it was terrible. First off, its WAY too long. I was in the theater for 3 hours including previews. He meshed some things from the second film and it just made the whole film drag at the end. Secondly, as someone mentioned earlier, the score was TERRIBLE. So out of place and discordant, it really took me out of much of the movie's climactic drama. The acting was ok at best. Craig was nothing special (my general opinion of him as an actor) and Mara was ok, but nowhere near as good as the original. My biggest gripe is why the fuck they had to change the ending. It was so ridiculous.

How was the ending changed?
post #39 of 42
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Watched this today...pretty good. When she got her revenge on the fat dude, I was like icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
How was the ending changed?

IIRC, in the movie she assumed a relative's identity and was living in London. In the book she was smuggled out of Sweden by that relative and moved to Australia and married a sheep or cattle farmer and ran the business (very successfully) after he died. It's really not all that important.
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Watched this today...pretty good. When she got her revenge on the fat dude, I was like icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
How was the ending changed?

IIRC, in the movie she assumed a relative's identity and was living in London. In the book she was smuggled out of Sweden by that relative and moved to Australia and married a sheep or cattle farmer and ran the business (very successfully) after he died. It's really not all that important.

I agree it's not that important,except that it would be hard to hide from your family while living under your cousin's name a short flight away.
post #41 of 42

When you get old like me, you realize it's a waste of time to watch a Hollywood remake of a perfectly good foreign film.

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When you get old like me, you realize it's a waste of time to watch a Hollywood remake of a perfectly good foreign film.

+ a million. Has there ever been a US remake of something that DIDN'T suck? srsly.
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