Taken on its own terms, for what it’s trying to achieve, Sin City: A Dame to Kill for is almost an unqualified success – it sets out to bring Frank Miller’s words and pictures into 3-D as literally as possible, and it does
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Showtime’s new gothic mash-up series might be 2014’s best new series.
It’s all about the post-production on a movie like this, and at last it looks like they finished processing some of it.
This is a man who gets what he’s making, and why.
If a boner could become a movie, it would be 300: Rise of an Empire.
Whatever else we may say about the movie down the line, I can say that Warner Bros. obviously knows they have, at the very least, a rock-solid introductory sequence.
Am I finally allowed to believe this movie is actually happening now?
I finally have more of a sense of what this movie is about and where it fits in with the previous one.
They’re definitely flaunting the fact that Eva Green’s in it. Because, y’know, the filmmakers want you to be aware that they like the ladies too.