THE GIRL WHO KICKED THE HORNETS’ NEST ( MA)
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.