Fifth about The Seventh

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For: Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez’s work is more of a charicature than a film; it’s a very profane and violent experience, but far from an interesting one. While its stylized visuals adhere to the original source, they are interesting for only a while. Which is more than can be said about the characters (with one notable exception) and storylines, truth be told. The cast, for the most part, is not given much to do; Joseph Gordon-Levitt is good, but it’s Eva Green this film belongs to. Her character, the only one that has any semblance of richness, deserves the honor of the subtitle and is played beautifully.


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