Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

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Some of Sin City's most hard-boiled citizens cross paths with a few of its more reviled inhabitants.

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WaffleMovies.com - 9/10 by Willie WaffleA sumptuous visual feast for the eyes engulfing the audience in a dark, bleak world.
Código espagueti - 9/10 by Nicolás RuizA bad movie that overshadows what Miller can still give and which shelters the expectations of those who waited so long to receive so little. [Full review in Spanish]
Austin American-Statesman - 9/10 by Joe GrossThe images on-screen hewing ever more closely to Miller's original comics. Streets have rarely looked so mean, yet so removed from reality.
Chicago Daily Herald - 9/10 by Dann GireIn Sin City, the prose is purple ("She slips out of her coat like it's Christmas wrapping") and the cons are plentiful. And every scene sucker-punches your eyeballs.
Dallas Morning News - 9/10 by Chris VognarIf only the characters didn't have to talk.
Detroit News - 9/10 by Adam GrahamThe movie winds up folding under the weight of its own heavy tone, itself another victim of the darkness and nihilism of Sin City.
We Got This Covered - 8/10 by Isaac FeldbergSin City: A Dame To Kill For crackles with dark energy and, with the addition of Eva Green as a sultry femme fatale, entertains as a sublimely sinful pleasure - even if the original remains unparalleled.
The Virginian-Pilot - 8/10 by Mal VincentThis stylish, 3-D film with noir-ish, deliciously naughty characters amounts to a campy satire.
Three Movie Buffs - 8/10 by Scott NashNot as fresh as the original, but there's still plenty to enjoy in this stylized comic book noir.
ColeSmithey.com - 8/10 by Cole SmitheyGraphic novelist Frank Miller once again shares directing credit with Robert Rodriquez toward creating a sequel that is every bit as narratively gripping and visually stunning as their original "Sin City" (2005).

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