The Girl in the Spider's Web User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.48

Current Rating: 3.48

based on 88 votes and 34 reviews

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  • 1 stars A typical americanized millennial version of a great film series - a dyke feminist SJW antifa-like female (or whatever gender it identifies as) beating up all the masochistic bad guys. SMH
  • 2 stars really bad. Everyone does really stupid stuff; obviously a millenial director from a high school directing class : "build tension! Have people do really stupid stuff that puts them in danger all the time!".
  • 5 stars Great
  • 5 stars Claire Foy did an amazing job in this film. It was fast paced and kept us entertained throughout.
  • 5 stars Excellent lots of action
  • 5 stars I enjoyed the action, the cast and the acting. This movie entertained me. That's why I went to see this movie.
  • 5 stars love this movie... way better than what I expected
  • 2 stars So many holes in the plot. Elizabeth could have shot the bad guys so many times but didn’t. Some of the acting was very good and some was over the top in just standing and projecting a mean stare or a small girl beating up a huge guy. ??????
  • 1 stars I was looking forward to this film after seeing what David Fincher & Rooney Mara did with 'Dragon Tattoo'. Sadly disappointed at this effort. It seemed the director's only focus was to let the world know Claire Foy can do something other than play a young Queen Elizabeth. Riddled with clichés, I nodded out twice while watching. A total bore. Bring back Fincher & Mara. Please.

The Girl in the Spider's Web

Genre:  Drama, Thriller
Running Time:  117 min.
Release Date: November 9, 2018
DVD: February 5, 2019
Blu-ray: February 5, 2019

Current rating: Rating: 3.48
based on 88 votes and 34 reviews
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Cast: Claire Foy, Sverrir Gudnason, LaKeith Stanfield, Sylvia Hoeks, Stephen Merchant, Claes Bang, Christopher Convery, Vicky Krieps