In THE GIRL WHO KICKED THE HORNETS' NEST - the final installment of the "Millennium trilogy" - Lisbeth Salander is fighting for her life in more ways than one. In intensive care and charged with three murders, she will not only have to prove her innocence, but also identify and denounce those corrupt government institutions that very nearly destroyed her life. Once upon a time, she was a victim. Now Salander is fighting back.
Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
Feels like the concluding chapter it is, with neatly tied loose ends and closing remarks, though it unfolds as something of a secular passion play.Manohla Dargis, New York Times, 10.29.2010
One of the knottiest, talkiest tangles of celluloid to roll into theaters this year.Amy Biancolli, Houston Chronicle, 10.29.2010
Much of the problem can be traced to the villains of the piece: The snakes in the establishment are a bunch of really old white guys. Now this may be true to life, but it's hell on drama.Rick Groen, Globe and Mail, 10.29.2010
For me the most deadening aspect of these films is the presence of Michael Nykvist as Blomqvist; he seems to have a personality by-pass, and remains expressionless at all times, no matter what's going on.David Stratton, At the Movies (Australia), 03.03.2011