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Review: Swedish touch doesn't save 'Dead Man'

8:52 PM, Mar. 13, 2013
Noomi Rapace and Colin Farrell star as two damaged souls in New York City's criminal underworld in 'Dead Man Down,'' a movie with a few too many twists.
Noomi Rapace and Colin Farrell star as two damaged souls in New York City's criminal underworld in 'Dead Man Down,'' a movie with a few too many twists.
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With all that attention focused on the original Swedish "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," very little of it seemed to have spilled over onto the director.

Was its success simply due to story and settings and Swedishness?

Maybe. "Dead Man Down," a Hollywood production directed by "Tattoo's" Niels Arden Oplev, is no ringing endorsement of his contributions to the "Tattoo" trilogy. ...

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