Quick Movie Review: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

31 Mar

Strange, riveting movie that leaves you questioning what you know, what was witnessed, and what’s to come. An ending that forces you to search the net for the next release date of the second film, so you can mark your calendar for your next brain tweaking, while secretly cussing producers for torturing you with time as you await the next  release of session two of the perplexing trilogy. Anticipating Rooney Mara’s next move, viewer’s will surely skyrocket her Google ranking, scanning for the actress who claimed the identity of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo with a style and flair like no  other-exposing viewers to the naked truth  of a psyche that society labels as criminal or pretends to not exist. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo displays human vulnerability at every level. #MUST-SEE


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