SteveSalles's Review of Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

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Where “Sin City” was equally vicious, it also was quite funny at times. “A Dame to Kill For” feels less incisive and sillier. Maybe the novelty of hearing characters use 1940s-style verbiage has worn thin, or maybe the inner monologues, filled with some really lame lines, is to blame. (“An atom bomb goes off between my legs,” Dwight says after being kicked in the groin.) And the sequel isn’t nearly as exciting or visionary. The aesthetic quality is still there, even if there haven’t been too many great leaps since Rodriguez unveiled “Sin City” in 2005. But the stories aren’t nearly as engrossing... See Full Review
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