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Part of the: Sin City Collection

Status: Released

Runtime: 124

Budget: $40,000,000

Revenue: $158,733,820

Language: en

Webpage: Link

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  •  R


  •  -


  •  16


  •  18


  •  M/16Q


  •  청소년 관람불가


  •  MA15+


  •  16 anos


  •  18

Plot Keywords

Alternative Titles

  • Sin City - A Cidade do Pecado
  • 罪恶之城
  • Günah Şehri
  • Sin City - Adieux Sauvages
  • Sin City (Ciudad del pecado)
  • Sin City - Miasto grzechu
  • 萬惡城市
  • 씬 시티
  • Sin City - Recut, Unrated, Extended
Content Score: 100

(2005)

6.9/10 (697 votes)

Overview

Sin City is a neo-noir crime thriller based on Frank Miller's graphic novel series of the same name.The film is primarily based on three of Miller's works: The Hard Goodbye, about a man who embarks on a brutal rampage in search of his one-time sweetheart's killer; The Big Fat Kill, which focuses on a street war between a group of prostitutes and a group of mercenaries; and That Yellow Bastard, which follows an aging police officer who protects a young woman from a grotesquely disfigured serial killer.

Tagline

Walk down the right back alley in Sin City and you can find anything...

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Cast

Bruce Willis


as Hartigan

Mickey Rourke


as Marv

Clive Owen


as Dwight

Jessica Alba


as Nancy Callahan

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A review by John Chard

Visceral, Visionary, Visual, Sin City kicks the big un!

Three grizzled stories from Basin City comprise the basis for Robert Rodriguez's adaptation of Frank Miller's graphic novels (Miller along for co-directing duties as well). Man mountain Marv is out to avenge a murdered hooker, Dwight attempts to help the red light girls stay independent from the mob, and aging cop Hartigan is trying to protect a beautiful dancer from a sadistic pervert.

I think the first thing I should say is that I have no frame of reference as regards the adaptation here, I have never read (or seen) a Frank Miller... read the rest.