Sin City: A Dame to Kill For 3D

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For 3D

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For 3D

Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's all-star follow-up to the 2005 neo-noir thriller, based on the second book in Miller's Sin City graphic novel series. Across the three interlinking stories, returning cast members include Jessica Alba, Mickey Rourke and Bruce Willis, joined by Josh Brolin, Eva Green and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

Dwight (Brolin, taking over Clive Owen’s original role) is reintroduced to his former lover Ava (Green), a dangerously gorgeous dame whom he vowed never to come into contact with again. But when Ava spins a tale of maniacal domestic abuse, Dwight considers breaking his promise to himself.

Meanwhile, poker hot-shot Johnny (Gordon Levitt) injects himself right in the middle of Sin City’s seediest and deadly place: Senator Roark’s underground gambling table. Johnny has all the luck in the world, but as he soon finds out, luck plays no role in Sin City.

Nancy (Alba) succumbs further and further into madness and alcoholism, still reeling from the loss of Hartigan (Willis). His presence continues to infect her already dreary life as a stripper, and when she does finally crack, Marv (Rourke) is more than happy to lead her through the crazy chaos that ensues.

2013Rating: MA15+, Strong violence, sexualised violence and sex scenes102 minsUSA
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Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

press

Anything resembling authentic feeling has been neatly airbrushed away from this movie’s synthetic surface.

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

With some excellent cast additions, and Miller on murky form, this still sizzles to the touch.

4.0
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Time Out

Time Out

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[Eva] Green is the only one able to excite this silly material into the spiky shape it’s supposed to take.

2.0
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The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Punishingly stylized, this marriage of comic-book panels and hard-boiled dialogue has a heaviness that can't be explained solely by its cynicism or lack of wit.

0
The Dissolve

The Dissolve

press

It’s difficult to overstate the utter worthlessness and repulsiveness of the [Sin City 2].

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

As an exercise in style, it's diverting enough, but these mean streets are so well traveled that it takes someone like Eva Green to make the detour through them worth the trip.

0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

This retains the gritty, gruelling vice-grip on graphic-novel noir that made Sin City so enjoyable.

3.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

Anything resembling authentic feeling has been neatly airbrushed away from this movie’s synthetic surface.

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

With some excellent cast additions, and Miller on murky form, this still sizzles to the touch.

4.0
0
Time Out

Time Out

press

[Eva] Green is the only one able to excite this silly material into the spiky shape it’s supposed to take.

2.0
0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Punishingly stylized, this marriage of comic-book panels and hard-boiled dialogue has a heaviness that can't be explained solely by its cynicism or lack of wit.

0
The Dissolve

The Dissolve

press

It’s difficult to overstate the utter worthlessness and repulsiveness of the [Sin City 2].

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

As an exercise in style, it's diverting enough, but these mean streets are so well traveled that it takes someone like Eva Green to make the detour through them worth the trip.

0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

This retains the gritty, gruelling vice-grip on graphic-novel noir that made Sin City so enjoyable.

3.0
0

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