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Movies, Classics to Less than Normal By request - Grab your Popcorn. New Movie forum (for those that have given up fishing this year). (No P 0rn)

 
 
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Old 11-01-2010, 09:05 AM   #1
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Swedish - The Girl w/the Dragon Tatoo and The Girl who played with fire

I know everyone is reading these books right now. I happened on the Swedish movie versions on DVD. The first 2 of the trilogy. I believe an American version of the movie, the girl w/the dragon tatoo is slated to come out soon.
The Swedish movies are FANTASTIC. Suspenseful, cant leave your seat type of flicks. There is some graphic rape scenes that my wife had to leave the room for. Probabaly the best movies I have seen in the last few years, no question. I cant wait for the 3rd flick.

both flicks are available as instant streaming from Netflix. HIGHLY RECCOMENDED MOVIES !!!

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