Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (Blu-ray)

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Swedish thriller based on the bestseller by Stieg Larsson. In 1966, 16-year-old Harriet Vanger (Ewa Froling) disappeared without a trace from a family gathering on the island owned by the powerful Vanger family. Nearly 40 years later, disgraced magazine journalist Mikael Blomkvist (Michael Nyqvist) is contacted by Harriet's uncle, powerful industrialist Henrik Vanger (Sven-Bertil Taube), who asks him to write the history of the Vanger family and find out what happened to Harriet. Joining forces with troubled young computer hacker Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace), Blomkvist starts to delve into the past of the Vanger family - and unearths a history more sinister and violent than he could ever have imagined.

Product Details

Movies & TV
19 Jul 2010
Foreign Language
Momentum Pictures
152 min
Age Restriction
Supply Source


Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
Release Year
Running Time
154 min
Action/Adventure / Detective / Journalists/Journalism / Murder / Murder Investigations / Reporters / Thriller / Writers
A discredited journalist and a mysterious computer hacker discover that even the wealthiest families have skeletons in their closets while working to solve the mystery of a 40-year-old murder. Inspired by late author Stieg Larsson's successful trilogy of books, THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO gets under way as Mikael Blomkvist and Lisbeth Salander are briefed in the disappearance of Harriet Vanger, whose uncle suspects she may have been killed by a member of their own family. The deeper Mikael and Lisbeth dig for the truth, however, the greater the risk of being buried alive by members of the family who will go to great lengths to keep their secrets tightly sealed.
Cast & Crew
David Fincher / Niels Arden Oplev
Robin Wright / Peter Andersson / Steven Berkoff / Daniel Craig / Lena Endre / Peter Haber / Ingvar Hirdwall / Marika Lagercrantz / Rooney Mara / Michael Nyqvist / Christopher Plummer / Noomi Rapace / Stellan Skarsgaard / Sven-Bertil Taube / Yorick Van Wageningen
Jan Abramson / Christine Adams / Marco Albrecht / Emil Almen / Mats Andersson / Willie Andreason / Sandra Andreis / Sarah Appelberg / Josefin Asplund / Yvonne Astrand / Anders Berg / Maia Hansson Bergqvist / Werner Biermeier / Leo Bill / Anna Bjork / Andreas Bjorklund / Theilla Bladh / Gosta Bredefeldt / Peter Carlberg / Anna Carlson / Bengt Carlsson / Alan Dale / Embeth Davidtz / Reza Debahn / David Dencik / Fredrik Dolk / Alastair Duncan / Barbro Enberg / Jacob Ericksson / Mathilda Von Essen / Christian Fiedler / Richard Franc / Ulf Friberg / Eva Fritjofson / Ewa Froling / Yasmine Garbi / Moa Garpendal / George Gerdes / Joyce Giraud / Bjorn Granath / Anna Charlotta Gunnarson / Annika Hallin / Gustav Hammarsten / Leah Almada Harshaw / Christian Heller / Peter Hottinger / Isabella Isacson / Geraldine James / Anders Jansson / Martin Jarvis / Marcus Johansson / Karl Josephson / Arly Jover / Joel Kinnaman / Jurgen Klein / Henrik Knutsson / Thomas Kohler / Michalis Koutsogiannakis / Inga Landgre / Sofia Ledarp / Laura Lind / Gunnel Lindblom / Martina Lotun / Kalled Mustonen / Jan Mybrand / Per Myrberg / Anne-Li Norberg / Nina Noren / Fredrik Ohlsson / Siewert Oholm / Pale Olofsson / Per Oscarsson / Pierre Sjo Ostergren / Mathias Palmer / Tess Panzer / Alexandra Pascalidou / Mikael Rahm / Simon Reithner / Joely Richardson / Julia Rose / Louise Ryme / Reuben Sallmander / Julian Sands / Stefan Sauk / Gyorgi Staykov / Magnus Stenius / Margareta Stone / Lena Stromdahl / Donald Sumpter / Lennart R. Svensson / Carl Oscar Tornros / Goran Visnjic / Bengt Wallgren / Ola Wallinder / Tony Way / Matt Wolf / Karen E. Wright / Elodie Yung
Nicolaj Arcel / Nikolaj Arcel / Rasmus Heisterberg / Steven Zallian
Source Writer
Stieg Larsson / Author: Stieg Larsson
Jacob Groth / Trent Reznor / Atticus Ross
Special Effects
Brandon McLaughlin
Director of Photography
Jeff Cronenweth / Eric Kress
Danilo / David Fields / Zoe Hosking / Pat McGrath
Assistant Director
Daniel Chilla / Bob Wagner
Anders Horling / Ren Klyce
Sound Re-Recording
Ren Klyce / David Parker / Michael Semanick
Stunt Coordinator
Ben Cooke / Kimmo Rajala
Set Decorator
K.C. Fox
Jenny Fred / Donald J. Mowat
Post-Production Supervisor
Peter Mavromates
Music Editor
Marie Ebbing / Jonathan Stevens
Visual Effects Designer
a52 / Colorworks / Digital Domain / Eden FX / Alex Martin / Method Studios / Ollin VFX / Proebius / Alex Roman / Savage Visual Effects / The Third & The Seventh / Wei Zheng
Production Manager/UPM
Tobias Astrom / Danny Stillman
Additional DOP
Jens Fischer
Makeup Designer
Angel Radefeld-Wright
Optical/Digital Effects
Steve Preeg
Marina Marit
Movie Critics
A.V. Club
"[T]he film hits a nice groove in the interplay between Craig and Mara, together and apart, and Fincher displays his usual mastery at explicating the finer points of an investigation." -- Grade: B+
Scott Tobias (20 Dec 2011, )
Box Office
"The opening credits are a gorgeous music video made for a darkened theater: black liquid drips into morphing shapes, flowers and faces emerge, scream or fuse or kiss or contort or shatter."
Sara Vizcarrondo (13 Dec 2011, )
Chicago Sun-Times
3.5 stars out of 4 -- "Zaillian's script comes down to a series of fraught scenes between his leads and a distinctive gallery of supporting characters, given weight by Stellan Skarsgard , Robin Wright and the iconic London actor Steven Berkoff."
Roger Ebert (19 Dec 2011, )
5 stars out of 5 -- "Noomi Rapace transforms 23-year-old, tattooed computer hacker Lisbeth Salander into a far more complex, formidable character than Larsson's elfin fantasy figure."
Empire Staff (1 Aug 2010, )
Entertainment Weekly
"[T]his action/art-house hybrid miraculously manages to be faithful to Larsson's novel without seeming slavish." -- Grade: A-
Chris Nashawaty (9 Jul 2010, )
Hollywood Reporter
"This fastidious, technically stellar Hollywood telling of one of the great literary sensations of recent times is highlighted by a bewitching performance from Rooney Mara."
Todd McCarthy (13 Dec 2011, )
"[I]t succeeds as a sharp piece of entertainment craftsmanship. The ripples of pleasure and dread it generates are nearly indistinguishable."
Stephanie Zacharek (20 Dec 2011, )
Rolling Stone
"Mara is astonishing as Lisbeth Salander....Fincher's GIRL is elegantly austere..."
Peter Travers (19 Jan 2012, )
Sight and Sound
"This is a finely honed genre thriller, but it also continues Fincher's preoccupation with the persistence of age-old urges in the modern world."
Sight and Sound Critic (1 Feb 2012, )
Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "GIRL is a controlled, mesmerising, beautiful thriller scarred by scenes of unshakeable brutality and breathless tension."
Jamie Graham (1 Apr 2012, )

Customer Reviews

Better than the American version, albeit further from the book

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Visceral, dramatic and holding no punched, this movie is tense and really portrays the feeling of suspense and mystery that the book conveyed extremely well. It strays from the book more than the American (Daniel Craig) version, but is the better movie in my opinion