Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Movie Review

R, 102 m., 2014

Jessica Alba (Nancy), Mickey Rourke (Marv), Jaime King (Goldie / Wendy), Rosario Dawson (Gail), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Johnny), Dennis Haysbert (Manute), Jamie Chung (Miho), Josh Brolin (Dwight), Powers Boothe (Senator Roark), Eva Green (Ava), Stacy Keach (Wallenquist), Ray Liotta (Joey), Christopher Meloni (Mort), Juno Temple (Sally), Bruce Willis (Hartigan), Julia Garner (Marcie). Directed by Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez and produced by Sergei Bespalov, Aaron Kaufman, Stephen L’Heureux, Mark C. Manuel, Alexander Rodnyansky, and Rodriguez. Screenplay by Miller.

In 2005, Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller teamed up to bring Miller’s bloody, violent, neo-noir-infused graphic novel Sin City to the big screen. Now, some nine years on, the duo has proffered a sequel. And so, here we find ourselves, mired again in the muck of Miller’s black-and-white (with occasional flashes of green, red, yellow and other vibrant colors) universe, where the femmes are fatale, the men smoke like chimneys, and virtually everything looks like it’s been lit through Venetian blinds. Continue reading

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