With the legendary
The plot features silly super heroes at odds with each other. They have common human flaws that interfere with their ability to have successful relationships. This film combines major elements of "The Incredibles" and several other offbeat super hero films. But the sly sarcastic tone involves mostly adult problems. It's well done, but will leave younger children bored and restless.
JOHN DEPKO is a
Triology's closer a worthy addition
Finally, the movie sequel we've been waiting for.
Not the one about boy wizards. It's
Lisbeth Salander, the tiny girl with the dragon tattoo, must surely be one of the most fascinating fictional characters in recent history. A victim of horrific abuse and betrayal, she is still a brilliant, tough heroine.
"Hornet's Nest" picks up right from where
Her enemies, including a secret government section, have also survived and are more determined than ever to destroy her — physically, psychologically, and legally. Her steadfast champion remains journalist Mikael Blomkvist (wonderfully weary
The final showdowns, with Salander in full "warrior woman" regalia, crackle with suspense and trademark dark humor. Noomi Rapace has made this character so cryptic, so compelling, one is left wanting to see more of her. The films in the trilogy are some of the best of the year.