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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (3D)
Reviled. Hard-boiled. Sin City is back.
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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

English
ActionCrimeThriller
05 Sep, 2014
1 hrs 40 mins
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Dwight McCarthy (Josh Brolin) is summoned by his former lover, Ava Lord (Eva Green), who wants his help to escape her abusive husband, billionaire Damien Lord (Marton Csokas). However, Dwight soon learns that Ava`s true intentions are more sinister than they appear.
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Starting with the story of Marv (Rourke, from the previous movie) who tries to piece together various events, Sin City`s shadowy, gritty and bloody tales are graphically spread over a group of stories or chapters, told using the neo-noir aesthetic in an ultra-stylish, ultra-violent fashion. ...Read full review
The film noir atmosphere is overwrought, the gallons of white blood spilled across a black night sky have become dull, and even if we can understand their motivations, we lack empathy for almost all the characters. Welcome to Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, the return but not quite the sequel to the eventful, rule-breaking and pitch black-and-white action-meets-animation Sin City from 2005. ...Read full review
Hang a left out of Sin City and you eventually arrive at Sin City 2, a deodorised postcode specialising in stage-managed danger. On the face of it, the landscape appears identical to Rodriguez and Miller`s original 2005 picture. It boasts the same lush comic-book visuals, the same rasping gumshoe narration and many of the old familiar locals (Mickey Rourke`s beat-up pug; Jessica Alba`s gun-toting pole dancer). But the thrill has gone or at the very least dwindled. This sequel offers a congested spaghetti junction of interlocking stories, all of which are leading no place in particular. ...Read full review