Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
R | 22 August 2014 (USA)
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Some of Sin City's most hard-boiled citizens cross paths with a few of its more reviled inhabitants.

Reviews
ThiefHott

Too much of everything

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Teringer

An Exercise In Nonsense

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ShangLuda

Admirable film.

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Zandra

The movie turns out to be a little better than the average. Starting from a romantic formula often seen in the cinema, it ends in the most predictable (and somewhat bland) way.

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djfrost-46786

This movie didn't let down. The 1st was good and this one was just as equal.

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Smoreni Zmaj

"A Dame to Kill For" is in every way a copy of "Sin City", just telling a different story. The same team is "behind the camera", and in front of it part of the actors from the first movie reprise their roles, enriched with some other big names, such as Joseph Gordon-Levitt, magnificent Eva Green, Ray Liotta i Christopher Meloni. The only disappointment is recasting of Dwight, although Josh Brolin did a very good job. I consider "Sin City" one of the greatest movies of all time, so it could be assumed that this is a ten too. But it doesn't work like that. A perfect ten, in addition to quality in all aspects, must have something of its own, characteristic, something that stands out from the mass, which will be remembered and that will resist tooth of time. This movie, however good, is a copy of the first one that does not bring anything new and, even if it does not fall into oblivion, it will be remembered as a copy. Extremely good, maybe even as good as the original, but still a copy. I think its bad ratings are not based on objective quality, but on the disappointment of the spectators who expected to be blown away in the way that the first film did. But the same people who was amazed by "Sin City" in 2005 can hardly be amazed ten years later by exactly the same things. If they came out in reverse order it is possible that the ratings would be reversed too. Personally, I think that the film is top-notch in every way, but the effect of "already seen" affects me too, so I have to distance it from the original.8,5/10

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manosnb

When I saw all the negative reviews about this sequel, I thought that it would be yet another one trying to earn some easy bucks capitalising on the success of the original. However, that was not the case at least for me. It has the same nice atmosphere and effects as the first one and new interesting and unpredictable stories. Sure it is not as original as the first one (that would be an extremely difficult task to begin with) and maybe that is the only reason I put an 8 instead of a 9. However, if you enjoyed the first one you probably will enjoy this one as well. The new additions to the cast manage to fill the gaps of their predecessors quite well. I would advise anyone who wishes to watch this movie not to get overly influenced by ratings or how good was the first one and enjoy this sequel for what it is. A nice addition to the first one, like an extension of the concept. I would gladly watch and wait for sin city 3 if it is like this one. Cheers.

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blanche-2

I probably shouldn't even write a review of this film, but I will.I got this from Netflix for two reasons. 1) I love Clive Owen, the purported STAR of this film, who isn't in it; and 2) I love film noir.A mistake on both counts.I am not an aficionado of graphic novels. I will say the look of it is incredible - some of it was cartoony, some was black and white with a pop of color, some of it had real people against a cartoon background - I loved it. It was all amazing to look at. The violence was graphic, but not all of it, as a good deal of it was animated. Some of the violence was shown in shadow. I have a thing about taking out people's eyes and slashing their throats, however.And it certainly is noirish in its story and dialogue. But I am really sick of gratuitous female nudity. If Meryl Streep can have strong feelings about it, so can I.The cast was impressive: Mickey Rourke, Powers Boothe, Joseph Gordon- Levitt, Jessica Alba, Ray Liotta, Eva Green, Josh Brolin, Rosario Dawson, Bruce Willis, Dennis Haysbert, Christopher Meloni, Jeremy Piven, Christopher Lloyd, Lady Gaga, and Stacy Keach. The only one not in it was Clive Owen. The acting was done in that noirish, cynical style.If Clive is in any of these Sin City movies, I'll be skipping it. Not my thing. I think it's a man's movie.

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