Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (Robert Rodriguez/Frank Miller, 2014)

August 23, 2014


Belated (and noticeably cheaper-looking) Sin City sequel A Dame to Kill For opens with the line, “This doesn’t look good at all. I’ve gone and done something again.” It’s said by Mickey Rourke’s Marv about his getting into another wacky, ultraviolent mishap, but it’s also an appropriate commentary on the downward career trajectory of co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller, who helmed both the first film and this abysmal follow-up that somehow increases the lurid, gritty caricature and numbskull notions of sexuality from its already problematic predecessor…

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