It must be the Mt. Everest of films. Why climb Mt. Everest once it has already been climbed?
But that's something you can do individually, it's not like everyone who's read Larsson should make their own film adaptation of it.
And booo to changing the ending, that doesn't make any sense, and if the guy's a complete pervert in the book, why do them righteous Americans have to change that too?
and if the guy's a complete pervert in the book, why do them righteous Americans have to change that too?
My opinion: If you can get through the financial into in the first 100 pages, you will get a really good book. Blomkvist may be the main character, but Salander is the highlight of the story. I'll admit, some of the things in this book is really hard to stomach. I don't think I've ever seen a plot come together so neatly, it felt like a Birthday gift. I'm definitely getting The Girl Who Played with Fire soon.
My rating: 4.6/5