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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Quotes
GotchaMovies.com has a list of the best lines and quotes from The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is the first film in Columbia Pictures' three-picture adaptation of Stieg Larsson's literary blockbuster The Millennium Trilogy. Directed by David Fincher and starring Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara, the film is based on the first novel in the trilogy, which altogether have sold 50 million copies in 46 countries and become a worldwide phenomenon.
Check out all the movie quotes below:
Henrik Vanger: Soon, you will know us all too well. With my apologies.
Mikael Blomkvist: The last time I reported on something without being absolutely sure I lost my life savings. I need a research assistant.
Mikael Blomkvist: "It's Mikael Blomkvist. May I come in?"
Lisbeth Salander: "I've taken care of myself since I was ten." Nils Bjurman: The state has taken care of you.
Henrik Vanger: "Soon you will know us all only, too well, with my apologies."
Nils Bjurman: "You need to be more… 'sociable'."
Mikael Blomkvist: [after inviting himself in] "We need to talk." Lisbeth Salander: "Hey. Hey!"
Dirch Frode: "Your report is light in another area – his personal life. Anything you chose not to disclose?" Lisbeth Salander: "He's had a long standing sexual relationship with his co-editor of the magazine. sometimes he pleasures her – not often enough, in my opinion." Dirch Frode: "You're right not to include that."
Armansky: "She's one of the best investigators I have. I'm concerned you won't like her. She's different." Dirch Frode: "in what way?" Armansky: "in every way."
Lisbeth Salander: "I should have control of my money." Nils Bjurman: "and you will, once you learn to be sociable. Why don't we start with me. You know what to do."
Henrik Vanger: "The clock is ticking, I need your help." Mikael Blomkvist: "Doing what?" Henrik Vanger: "Officially assisting with my memoirs. but what you'll really be doing is investigating thieves, misers and bullies – the most detestable collection of people that you will ever meet – my family."
Mikael Blomkvist: "The last time I reported on something without being absolutely sure I lost my life savings. I need a research assistant." Henrik Vanger: "I know an excellent one. She did the background check on you." Mikael Blomkvist: "The what?" Henrik Vanger: "You don't think we could hire just anyone for something like this."
Henrik Vanger: "someone in the family murdered Harriet, and for the past 40 years, has been trying to drive me insane."
Mikael Blomkvist: "what are you doing?" Lisbeth Salander: "Reading your notes." Mikael Blomkvist: "They're encrypted." Lisbeth Salander: "please."
Mikael Blomkvist: "Can I call you Lisbeth? I want you to help me catch a killer of women."
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Despite being one of the most hotly anticipated film of 2011, the new adaptation of the first book of Stieg Larsson’s popular trilogy, was not what American movie-goers chose to watch at the cinema over the Christmas weekend.
It is thought that a combination of the Christmas release date and adult content, including an extremely graphic depiction of rape, could have been a factor in the film’s underwhelming box office showing.
Furthermore, it has been suggested by American entertainment sites that fans of the Stieg Larsson novel were already satisfied by the original Swedish version of the film, which made nearly $100 million just two years ago.
As one of the most popular crime thrillers of modern times, the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was the first book to sell a million digital copies. the “Millennium” trilogy has sold over 17 million copies in the United States alone.
The existence of any sequel will now be determined by how well the film does in the coming weeks, and how well it fares overseas.
Sony maintain that developments for the planned sequel, the Girl Who Played with Fire, are already under way.
Ellen Stodola The third part of this lovable trilogy gets lively music to complement the adventures of the toys.
The Toy story 3 soundtrack is really interesting because it conveys a lot of different emotions and plot points while still being appropriate for an animated children’s film.
The major song on the Toy story 3 soundtrack is Randy Newman’s “We Belong Together.” This song was nominated for best Original Song at the Academy Awards, and it really underlines the major theme of the film that the toys really need to stay together in order to be happy. Though they would like to stay with their owner, Andy, throughout the years, they have survived because they had each other even when he began to lose interest in playing with toys. “We Belong Together” also helps to promote the idea that though times change, we can remember the past as fondly as if it was yesterday, and in order to do this, the toys need to move on together in the end.
The Spanish version of “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” is important and entertaining just because this is one of the major theme songs of the Toy Story franchise. This part of the film is funny and cute and helps to break up some of the seriousness of the mission that the toys must accomplish throughout the entire film.
Much of the soundtrack is quite lively and adventuresome which really fits with the overall film because above all else, it’s an animated children’s film. The toys come to life when people aren’t looking, so the music is a great way to capture this quality of the action.
“Garbage?” is threatening but suggests some sort of mission at the same time. The toys are shocked at being considered garbage even though it’s a misunderstanding, and the music helps to demonstrate the sense of urgency that they must act with in order to get out of their situation before being taken out with the trash. The march-like quality demonstrates the way that the toys always seem to have a plan.
In “Woody Bails,” you can really sense the disappointment of the toys that Woody has left them. The otherwise lively music is slowed down and has a hint of melancholy to really get at the sadness that Woody is feeling leaving the others behind, but it also has a sense of determination because he feels as though this is his only option.
“To the Dump” definitely has something foreboding about it. but, once again, it also suggests that though the toys are in a bad situation, they will likely come up with a plan. The title and music suggest that the place that toys least want to go is the dump, and though there are many dangers there, they can still make it out before it’s too late.
The Toy story 3 soundtrack helps to track the toys’ adventures as they face the fact that Andy is about to go to college and their future is uncertain. Randy Newman creates a mix of emotions that fit well with the plot points of the movie.