Breathtaking, Pulp Fiction meets Batman
- Sin City review by Shatner's Bassoon
Based on the graphic novels of Frank Miller, 'Sin City' is a masterpiece of cinematography with a perfect cast and action that will hold your attention from start to finish. Shot in a black and white cartoonish style, utilising splashes of colour for special emphasis, this original unique style is accompanied with a narrative that allows the viewer to willingly suspend disbelief and enter into the dark and ultra violent world of Sin City. If you like non stop action, great acting with an engaging plot, and a movie that sets new standards in cinematography, then Sin City is a movie that you will definitely not want to miss!
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- Sin City review by Jaz Moghul
I have to agree with the review on here, I know it's shot with CGI, but what a stunning way to blend the acting, film noir, comic books, and a host of hugely talented and high profile crew.The film itself? Pure comic book. But don't let that stop you, there are scenes of movie brilliance, too many, like the frames of a comic book, scenes just come at you with vigour and hidden depths. It could have been more but if it was, there would be no reason to ever watch another movie, ever again.
However, appreciate it for what it is, a showcase of creativity, acting, talent, direction and immature dreams of adulthood blended into a slick viewing experience.
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