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and, here's another one. not too great, but not too bad either.
I like george clooney. he's a great actor.

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better and more interesting than I expected.

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another great movie by the coen brothers:

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another great movie by the coen brothers:

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I'm going to watch it tomorrow.

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well, it was nice to watch a swedish movie again...

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I still haven't read stieg larsson's novels, so I don't really know how this movie compares to his first novel.
but, the movie was good, and has lots of great swedish actors in it.

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another one from the coen brothers:

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and, yet another one from the coen brothers:

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Lumpy Gravy wrote:
well, it was nice to watch a swedish movie again...

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I still haven't read stieg larsson's novels, so I don't really know how to movie compares to his first novel.
but, the movie was good, and has lots of great swedish actors in it.


The movies are exactly like the books....it's as if the guy wrote a screenplay. All three movies are as good as the books.

then theres the tv series which is the movies divided up into pieces....

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I still haven't read stieg larsson's novels, so I don't really know how to movie compares to his first novel.
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The movies are exactly like the books....it's as if the guy wrote a screenplay. All three movies are as good as the books.
thanks. I'll have to get the books from the library.

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another collaboration from matt damon & paul greengrass.
really good (of course).

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a pretty good old harrison ford-flick.
by a really good director too; peter wier.

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rented this one about a week ago:

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had not seen it before. to my surprise, it was much better than I expected. 8)

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Haven't seen the BD shown here, but I imagine the wide-screen presentation is preferable to the full screen version on the Criterion DVD.

Of course, you probably want to watch Yojimbo first, as this is a sequel. The stories don't tie together at all but Toshiro Mifune is playing the same character, in similar fashion to Clint Eastwood in Sergio Leone's "Dollars" trilogy. It's also worth nothing that A Fistful of Dollars is a near identical westernised remake of Yojimbo.

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Lumpy Gravy wrote:
well, it was nice to watch a swedish movie again...

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I still haven't read stieg larsson's novels, so I don't really know how this movie compares to his first novel.
but, the movie was good, and has lots of great swedish actors in it.


saw this recently and really enjoyed it.

watched the other two movies in the trilogy about a week later. liked them too, but liked this one the most.

david fincher's remake is due in theaters soon.

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