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It's more detailed, more curious, and more unafraid.

It's a superb and chilling thriller with an astounding performance by Rooney Mara.

This English-language adaptation of the Swedish novel by Stieg Larsson follows a disgraced journalist, Mikael Blomkvist (Daniel Craig), as he investigates the disappearance of a wealthy patriarch's niece from 40 years ago.

He is aided by the pierced, tattooed, punk computer hacker named Lisbeth Salander (Rooney Mara).

Fincher and Zaillian want to seriously show how dark, troubled, but motivated Lisbeth is.

And some may consider this approach to be too brutal or unnecessary but I think it's no more brutal than Fincher's previous thrillers like Se7en.

Having said that, at times I find the score a bit forceful and it's like the same soundwave echoing over and over again with the intent to hypnotize.

All those tattoos and piercings are like 'keep off' or 'stay away' sign, perhaps because of years of rough background, going from one guardian to another, so when somebody genuine like Mikael Blomkvist (Daniel Craig) comes along, he represents the safety that desperately longs for but would never admit to.

I think it's smart that Fincher and Zailian shows the estranged family side of Blomkvist, they see it as important for Blomkvist to be able to relate to Henrik Vanger's (Christopher Plummer) dilemma and I think that's a smart move.

It goes along with the script that tends to be explanatory.

Whatever loopholes or gaps that the previous adaptation had, Fincher's film fills it and explains it in its own way.

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See more » I've never read Stieg Larsson's millennium novels, so I can't say how faithful this film is to the original material, but I am a big fan of the Swedish adaptation by Danish filmmaker Niels Arden Oplev.

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