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Old Dogs, Same Tricks: "Sin City: A Dame to Kill for" review

“Sin City: A Dame to Kill for” – 2 out of 5

Film noir. Eva Green. A Sin City sequel. These three ingredients would surely get me into any theatre. 553 more words

Batman: Year One - A Review

Year One: Two Paths Cross and A City is Changed Forever

Gotham City is in need of a hero. Prostitution, thievery, corruption, drugs, and much worse happens each and every day, but on this special day, two heroes make their way towards the derailed city, sprouting hope and light onto the darkest of corners of Gotham City. 666 more words


‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’ Review

Well this has been a long time coming. The notion of a Sin City sequel was proposed almost immediately after the initial success of the well-received original’s US release. 1,358 more words


Movie Review: Sin City: A Dame To Kill For

Sin City A Dame To Kill For is your ticket into the hot set. With the highly polarizing black and white coloring with a touch of red coloring  here and there, going into this film you already know what your getting. 298 more words

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Review - Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014)

Directors: Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez

Starring: Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Josh Brolin, Eva Green, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Dennis Haysbert, Rosario Dawson, Powers Booth, Bruce Willis

Released in 2005, Robert Rodriguez’s… 956 more words


Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Review

Besides being nuttier than a fruit cake, Frank Miller has established a reputation for penning some of the most brutal yet silly comics around. He hit it big in 1986 with his four-issue miniseries… 532 more words

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Sin City and the Art of Adaptation

The images in Sin City may be black and white, but the morals certainly aren’t.

Frank Miller created a series of comics, now generally collected in to seven volumes, that tells the stories of one singularly corrupt town.  1,044 more words