THE GIRL WHO KICKED THE HOR­NETS’ NEST ( MA)

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - Dvds -

★★★ ■

The film adap­ta­tion of Stieg Lars­son’s

Millennium tril­ogy may be en­joy­able as a whole, but this long-winded third in­stal­ment plays only a mi­nor role in its over­all ap­peal. It ties up the loose ends, as any good fi­nal chap­ter should, with the cy­ber-punk pro­tag­o­nist try­ing to beat a mur­der rap while her in­ves­tiga­tive re­porter mate tries to clear her name. Well acted, but there’s a lot of un­nec­es­sary con­tent here. It’s only re­ally worth it if you’ve heav­ily in­vested in the first two in­stal­ments.

Ex­tras: ★★½ Lengthy in­ter­views – more than half an hour – with the two main stars plus a trailer.

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