Girl Who Played with Fire, The ( Flickan som lekte med elden )
Better than Bourne and Bond Together.
The second film in the Millenium Trilogy is pumped with more action and substitutes the endless twists of the first, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, with unforeseen, profound revelations about the cast of characters. What seemed like stone hard, unfallable evidence in the first is now, one year later, the most dangerous thing in Salander's life. The police, the paparrazi, the government, and former secret agents are swarming Sweden to get at her and her goods.
Modern thrillers haven't pumped the blood like this since the Bourne Trilogy, and the endless quest, which was beyond futile with Halle Berry as the suppossed female Bond, is finally fulfilled with the brillaint and human Salander. So far, she's smarter than Bond and Bourne together and the mysteries surrounding her are even more complex as well. As good sequels go, the audience won't want this to end, for one can only offer wild theories at what's going to wrap up this bizarre world! And yet again, the best detectives won't have a clue.