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  • Film Review: 'Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - It may be in 3D this time around, but Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's monotone, monochrome comicbook universe feels flatter than ever in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For." Rare indeed is the movie that features this many bared breasts, pummeled crotches and severed noggins and still leaves you checking your watch every 10 minutes. But that's the dubious accomplishment of this visually arresting but grimly repetitive exercise in style, set against a sordid neo-noir landscape populated almost exclusively by tormented tough guys and femme-fatale fetish objects. Nearly a decade after the first "Sin City" grossed more than $158 million worldwide, it's doubtful whether the directors' overlapping fanbases can muster the same level of excitement for a picture about which the best one can really say is, "It sure beats 'The Spirit.' "
  • 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For': Cool and the gang

    'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For': Cool and the gang
    **1/2 (out of four) Tourism must be struggling in Sin City. Virtually the only entertainment (not including prostitution and drinking) is watching one woman (Jessica Alba) dance on a bar ad nauseam. Every girl in town is gorgeous, but most are killers....

    Captain Comics: 'Sin City' 2 offers entertaining double takes on the original

    Marv is dead. Honestly. You remember Marv. He was the one-man wrecking ball, played by Mickey Rourke in "Sin City" (2005), with an undisclosed mental "condition" that made him plenty dangerous. He took and dispensed a lot of punishment en route to...

    Despite sameness, 'Sin City' sequel a slice of nihilistic noir

    "Sin City" is back in all its lurid, gory glory, a vivid and visceral graphic novel come to life in the capableof Robert Rodriguez and co-director and comic book creator Frank Miller. If anything, it's a more gorgeous experiment in green screen digital...

    ‘Sin City': Rodriguez, Miller talk noir yarns, not social commentary

     
    When director Robert Rodriguez and legendary comic-book author Frank Miller released their movie “Sin City” in 2005, they had few […]