Another great production at the same style from the first movie. It's easy to watch and very much enjoyable. Can't say the same about the story though. Maybe because it's been 9 years since the first Sin City and we got used to it's idea, maybe because we've put too much expectation on it to follow the lead of it's older brother. The fact is that it doesn't surprise us at all.
In time: as a huge fan of Eva Green I can't complain about the cast and her actuation. Jessica Alba is the icing on the cake, giving to the movie the typical sensuality of Sin City.
To sum up: "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" surely worth the time, but not the expectation.
Everyone is saying they loved the first one, but hated this one. I don't see how that's possible. They stuck very close to the original in most ways, such as cinematography, soundtrack, and directing, all of which were great (for a Sin City movie). Sure it isn't a masterpiece my any means, and it's not as good as the first, but it's super entertaining, very violent, and is sure to please anyone who enjoys the books or the first film. Forget all those jaded movie snobs saying it sucks. They're just focusing on all the negatives, and letting that cloud their vision of the awesome stuff.
Death is just like life in Sin City. It always wins
Visually stunning. That's what I love most about Sin City.
Eva Green's scenes were utterly breathtaking! Her beauty was a great addition to this sequel.
Don´t know the first one so I can´t compare. The movie lives from it´s unique style and the performance of the cast. If anyone would have made this a normal movie with the same story it is likely nobody would have cared.
You need tons of drugs for that movie. Just like the first one. And Jessica Alba can dance. Breathtaking.