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Frank Miller is back with the next instalment of Sin City – A Dame to Kill For. This time the main story of four is about Dwight (previously played by Clive Owen and now Josh Brolin) being played by his seductress ex Ava (Eva Green). 471 more words

Review

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For - 7.5/10.

Same characters. Different faces.

Nine (!) years after the original Sin City, director Robert Rodriguez finally gets round to releasing a sequel and it is mostly worth the wait. 193 more words

Human smuggler gets house arrest

When John Jordan took his boat for a cruise across the Detroit River on Sept. 21, 2012, the RCMP was watching.

So were U.S. immigration authorities who saw the Windsor man pull up to the banks of Alter Park where the river meets Lake St. 320 more words

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El espartano

Viendo la segunda parte de la película 300, observo una tendencia a convertir determinados films de acción con un componente épico en casi recreaciones de juegos para videoconsolas. 878 more words

Historia

Review: Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For

Almost ten years after the release of Sin City, Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller return as directors to deliver a prequel/sequel to their surprise hit. Returning cast members Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Powers Booth and Bruce Willis are joined by new additions Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Brolin, Eva Green and Powers Booth for this second instalment, which unfortunately has arrived too late to be either relevant or interesting. 642 more words

2014

Sin City: A Dama Fatal | Crítica

Primeiro longa a assumir todas as suas raízes da nona arte, Sin City: A Cidade do Pecado (2005) espantou crítica e público mundo afora, concorreu à Palma de Ouro no Festival de Cannes e arrecadou mais de $160 milhões em bilheteria, ficando entre os 20 filmes mais rentáveis daquele ano. 927 more words

Rodrigo Moisés

Sin City - 8.5/10.

Robert Rodriguez gets the balance right between B Movie weirdness and Hollywood blockbuster with his adaptation of Frank Millers Sin City.

Sin City’s breathtaking visual style literally brought graphic novels to life and paved the way for… 187 more words

Rated 8-10