Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
Co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller reunite to bring Miller's "Sin City" graphic novels back to the screen. Weaving together two of Miller's classic stories with new tales, the town's most hard boiled citizens cross paths with some of its more notorious inhabitants.Back in 2005, Frank Miller, Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez released a visually ground breaking and spectacularly violent movie called Sin City. At the time, it was received to huge critical acclaim and massive successes at worldwide box offices. Now, nine years later, Frank Miller and Robert Rodriquez are teaming up once more to bring you the sequel. Much like the first Sin City movie, the sequel will be based on two more of the hugely popular 'Sin City' series of graphic novels - it's based on the second book in the series, which is actually called 'A Dame To Kill For'', as well as a short story called ''Just Another Saturday Night''. Not wanting to give away the whole plot to fans who've already read these stories, Frank Miller has written another two original short stories that cannot be found in any of the books and fill feature exclusively in Sin City A Dame To Kill For. Many of the original cast members have returned to reprise the roles that they played in the original movie. Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Christopher Meloni and Bruce Willis are all returning. A couple of new names, who didn't appear in the firm film are also attached to the project. People like Joseph Gordon Levitt, Eva Green, Juno Temple and there's even a cameo by controversial pop star Lady Gaga. In other words, there's some huge star power behind production. Like the first film, the sequel will feature several different plots - the main one based on the book and three smaller ones based on three of Frank Miller's short stories. Generally, mixing too many plots in to a movie is a bad idea as it can often discourage or confuse the viewer while they're watching as too many things tend to be going on at any one time. That's not the case here though. Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have once again managed to intertwine all four stories in to one continuous tale. They've done while still managing to keep each story completely unique and to it self while at the same time making them all feel like they're part of just one big story. I really don't know how they do it so masterfully. There's also a huge visual and special effects team behind project, probably Frank Miller's way of ensuring that the quality of film matches and even surpasses the original. I must admit, I had some reservations going to to watch film. I feared that, with such a big gap between the two movies (nine years to be exact) it wouldn't stand up against the original for so many reasons. After seeing it though, I was pleasantly surprised. In my opinion it was just as amazing, if not better than the original film. It was so good in fact, that you wouldn't think nine years had passed between the sequels. It has a brilliantly executed story and long time Sin City fans won't be disappointed. Do you want to see film today? By purchasing a membership to site you'll have access to film in amazing HD quality. So what are you waiting for? Buy your membership now!