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Dragon Tattoo Trilogy: Extended Edition
     

Dragon Tattoo Trilogy: Extended Edition

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This box set contains the extended editions of all three of the original foreign-language Millennium films adapted from the novels of Stig Larsson: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girls Who Played with Fire, and {The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest.

Overview

This box set contains the extended editions of all three of the original foreign-language Millennium films adapted from the novels of Stig Larsson: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girls Who Played with Fire, and {The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/06/2011
UPC:
0736211214058
Rating:
R
Source:
Music Box Films
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
9:00:00
Sales rank:
3,927

Special Features

Millennium: The Story - A 53 minute documentary detailing the phenomenon of the Dragon Tattoo trilogy and the personal history of author Stieg Larson; Behind-the-scenes footage from the trilogy ; Interviews with stars Noomi Rapace and Michael Nygvist; Theatrical trailers for all films

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
1. Part 1: Chapter 1 [15:44]
2. Part 1: Chapter 2 [17:51]
3. Part 1: Chapter 3 [12:10]
4. Part 1: Chapter 4 [12:55]
5. Part 1: Chapter 5 [12:13]
6. Part 1: Chapter 6 [12:58]
7. Part 1: Chapter 7 [8:30]
8. Part 1: Chapter 8 [:32]
1. Part 2: Chapter 9 [15:44]
2. Part 2: Chapter 10 [17:51]
3. Part 2: Chapter 11 [12:10]
4. Part 2: Chapter 12 [12:55]
5. Part 2: Chapter 13 [12:13]
6. Part 2: Chapter 14 [12:58]
7. Part 2: Chapter 15 [8:30]
8. Part 2: Chapter 16 [:32]
Disc #2 -- The Girl Who Played With Fire
1. Part 3: Chapter 1 [17:27]
2. Part 3: Chapter 2 [17:05]
3. Part 3: Chapter 3 [10:42]
4. Part 3: Chapter 4 [12:00]
5. Part 3: Chapter 5 [10:58]
6. Part 3: Chapter 6 [13:22]
7. Part 3: Chapter 7 [10:59]
8. Part 3: Chapter 8 [:18]
1. Part 4: Chapter 9 [17:27]
2. Part 4: Chapter 10 [17:05]
3. Part 4: Chapter 11 [10:42]
4. Part 4: Chapter 12 [12:00]
5. Part 4: Chapter 13 [10:58]
6. Part 4: Chapter 14 [13:22]
7. Part 4: Chapter 15 [10:59]
8. Part 4: Chapter 16 [:18]
Disc #3 -- The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest
1. Part 5: Chapter 1 [12:34]
2. Part 5: Chapter 2 [11:55]
3. Part 5: Chapter 3 [13:06]
4. Part 5: Chapter 4 [17:16]
5. Part 5: Chapter 5 [11:59]
6. Part 5: Chapter 6 [11:30]
7. Part 5: Chapter 7 [13:18]
8. Part 5: Chapter 8 [:32]
1. Part 6: Chapter 9 [12:34]
2. Part 6: Chapter 10 [11:55]
3. Part 6: Chapter 11 [13:06]
4. Part 6: Chapter 12 [17:16]
5. Part 6: Chapter 13 [11:59]
6. Part 6: Chapter 14 [11:30]
7. Part 6: Chapter 15 [13:18]
8. Part 6: Chapter 16 [:32]

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Dragon Tattoo Trilogy: Extended Edition 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
FrodoNY More than 1 year ago
I cannot understand the need to make an American version of trilogy. Even though the version I watched was dubbed it was great. The actors did a tremendous job really bringing to life the characters. The casting didn't require every actor/actress to be an 20 year old picture of perfection. Rather, it captured the essence of the book's characters. My only reservation is that some of what I felt was important material was left out, but then it would have been much longer. Given the amount material in the trilogy a 12 hour miniseries would be possible and allow all of the material of the books to be included.
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I watched the movies then read the books, the movies followed so closely I was able to blaze through the books with live characters flushed out. The actress Naomi is spectacular as Lisbeth, Hollywood can't compare to the Swedish version.
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