There is still plenty of Sin in Frank Miller's City
Back in 2005, Comicbook writer/artist Frank Miller adapted (with the help of Director Robert Rodriguez) Miller’s 1991 Dark Horse comicbook series, Sin City into a film of the same name. Then in 2014, the pair finally gave us a sequel to the film (there ...
10 Sh*tty Sequels That Could Be Heading Our Way
It led to many ensuing movies copying its ultra-violent aesthetic, namely Watchmen, 300 and The Spirit. Last years sequel, Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, was a damp squib of a follow-up that seemed to suffer from the 10-year gap between the two movies.
Shearer: "Sin City" sequel is too much, too late
Why has “Sin City: A Dame To Kill For” been declared a box office bomb after its opening weekend? Why did I see one of the year’s most innovative films in an empty theater? Is the movie really that bad, or is it just not the kind of comic book movie ...
'Sin City' sequel ultimately fizzles
But Frank Miller, on whose graphic novels this sequel to 2005’s “Sin City” is based, and co-director Robert Rodriguez get so caught up in their orgy of buns, guns and destruction that they forget about connecting dots to create a semblance of a whole.