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In the movie Red Dragon Hannibal Lecter is once again playing the role of a serial killer villain trying to help the FBI solve murder investigations Except in the opening of this movie it shows Lecter living a normal civilian life watching a musical I thought the beginning scene when Lecter focuses on one of the musicians and then later eats him was brilliant I dont think anyone expected that to be the opening of the movie I expected him breaking of prison in this movie but I never expected to see him living a normal life I was also surprised when Will Graham was stabbed and Lecter was shot I think the movie would have been more interesting if they showed Lecter getting away and living more of the civilian life I was surprised that he was jailed so quickly I thought Red Dragon was very similar to Silence of the Lambs the way the storyline focused on Lecter in prison with him helping the FBI but also helping serial killer Francis Dolarhyde Francis Dolarhyde otherwise known as the Tooth Fairy in the movie was the serial killer that the FBI was trying to catch with Lecters help I was expecting much more gory killing scenes in this movie I was surprised that there were only a few of them I personally thought that part of it was better than Silence of the Lambs because there wasnt as many killing scenes The end of the movie was the best part when Will Graham and investigators think the Tooth Fairy was burned to death Will went back to his life in Florida with his family thinking they are safe now When his son runs in the house to get something and doesnt come back Will begins to worry At that moment I thought it was Lecter that was going after Will and his family I didnt think it was the Tooth Fairy When it
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