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Five Favorites: Characters from the Sin City films

While Frank Miller & Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City films had so much potential to tell more stories and be a lot more successful, it’s safe to say we seen the last of these movies for at least awhile. 555 more words



Directed by Robert Rodriguez & Frank Miller

Sin City was phenomenal filmmaking back in 2005. It was quite literally, graphic novel beauty perfectly represented on the big screen. 290 more words


Spoiler Alert Saturday :: my thoughts on Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Okay.  So Sin City was my very first R-rated movie in theaters, and that was a big deal for me.  And it was stylized as heck, and that’s fun, and I am big into Robert Rodriguez as you all know, and I do have that fondness for fictional prostitutes.  422 more words

Sin City 2 review

In my opinion Sin City’s main strength was style- yes the film was trashy but it was well done, very stylish trash. It had its flaws (Not a big fan of Clive Owen as Dwight to be honest) but it had a solid cast and Robert Rodriguez directed with a lot of flair (yes apart from the bit Quentin Tarantino did). 233 more words


Review - Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

‘Better late than never’ were four words that sprung to my mind upon the release of the sequel to the 2005 adaptation of Frank Miller’s Sin City. 976 more words


Sin City (2005) vs. Sin City A Dame to Kill For (2014)

“That’s one damn fine coat you’re wearin’…”


I’ll start with this. Both of these movies are fuckin’ badass. I went to Texas premier of Sin City 2 with very high expectations.  568 more words