Home / Blogcritics Visiting Sin City

Blogcritics Visiting Sin City

Please Share...Print this pageTweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook0Share on Google+0Pin on Pinterest0Share on Tumblr0Share on StumbleUpon0Share on Reddit0Email this to someone

The latest comics-to-film adaptation, Frank Miller’s Sin City, cleaned up at the box office last weekend. Your Blogcritics weigh in with thoughts on the comics, the film, and more.

Breaking Windows Sin City Review
It has been a while since I have seen a movie before it hits DVD. And I must admit, I had fairly high expectations for “Sin City” after hearing all the hype. Per the norm, I was let…
Posted to Video by Ken Edwards on April 17, 2005 10:52 PM

Movie Review: Sin City
I had to see this movie twice before I could even attempt to put fingers to keyboard to birth my thoughts. Even now I am having a hard time deciding where to begin. This is such a wonderfully gritty trio…
Posted to Video by Chris Beaumont on April 13, 2005 07:32 AM

Let The Girl Go! aka another Sin City review
You don’t really need to read a single panel of the comics to see how amazing this movie is
Posted to Video by Laron Cue on April 11, 2005 05:13 PM

Sin City–AKA…
Sure, sure, I talk way too much about It’s a Wonderful Life, but this one’s obvious! The movie was pretty good–unquestionably the most stylish adaptation of a comic book ever–although the…
Posted to Video by David Fiore on April 11, 2005 01:33 AM

can’t say enough about…
SIN CITY! loved loved loved it the cast – well, i’m NOT a huge Mickey Rourke fan – but holy shit was he fanfriggintastic and a barely recognizable Benicio del Toro… no words Bruce Willis was, well… Bruce Willis and that was good and Elijah Wood – spooky…
Posted to Video by Sonja Valentine on April 8, 2005 10:25 PM

Comic Novelty On The Big Screen & More Hope For My Transmetropolitan Screenwriting Credit
Saw Sin City April 4th. I’m going to skip the clever commentary and requisite applause and refer you to the IMDB site for the details about who played who, the plot summary, and a reasonable but flattering review by SteakTheCow…
Posted to Video by David Koehn on April 7, 2005 01:32 AM

Sin City: The Movie and Lessons
Sin City moves you in a visual and gut wrenching way. The narratives immediately draw you in. The darkness of the scenes establishes a world where there is no hope and no light. It is as if daylight never comes….
Posted to Video by Tom Donelson on April 6, 2005 11:08 PM

Sin City: A Review
Among the random posts on IMDB.com about Sin City is the presumably high praise calling it the best adaptation of a graphic comic book ever to hit the silver screen. That’s nice and all, but what does that really…
Posted to Video by Chase McInerney on April 6, 2005 12:48 PM

Sinful Comics
Sin City is very funny, very sexy, very violent.
Posted to Video by Erin McMaster on April 6, 2005 01:35 AM

Sin City
Robert Rodriguez’s adaptation of Frank Miller’s series of Sin City graphic novels is the latest link in an already hefty chain of films that try to overcome a lack of substance with an abundance of style. Although substantially better than…
Posted to Video by Quack Corleone on April 6, 2005 12:09 AM

Sin City
Directed by Frank Miller & Robert Rodriguez Screenplay by Robert Rodriguez Based on the Sin City comic series by Frank Miller In Frank Miller’s award-winning, graphic novel series Sin City everything is black and white with a rare splash of color. That’s…
Posted to Video by El Bicho on April 5, 2005 03:02 AM

Sin City Beats The Living Crap Out Of Beauty Shop
Written by Joe Wilson LOS ANGELES, California (PoopyCaca.com) – Sin City, the dark, violent, R-rated film demolished the PG-13 rated comedy, Beauty Shop, at the North American box office, proving once again, chick-flicks can’t fight action movies and should only air…
Posted to Video by PoopyCaca on April 4, 2005 07:48 PM

Sin City is Sinfully Delicious
Adapted from Frank Miller’s graphic novel series, Sin City is a visually groundbreaking tour de force that is perhaps the best comic to film translation done to date. The rain falls hard in the burg of Basin City but cannot…
Posted to Video by Pete Petrisko on April 4, 2005 07:00 AM

Sin City, a Stunner of a Movie
Sin City is one of those rare movies where the visual creativity matches the power of the script to create a rare, powerful movie.
Posted to Video by Matt Schafer on April 3, 2005 11:17 AM

Sin City and the Future of Film
I fervently hope that anyone who is considering a movie adapation of a graphic novel, comic book, anime, or other similar medium is paying attention, because this film is a truly important benchmark in adaptations.
Posted to Video by LegendaryMonkey on April 3, 2005 04:12 AM

Sin City
You need not have read Frank Miller’s graphic novels to enjoy Sin City. However, if you don’t have a stomach for violence (even when a lot of the blood comes in milky, whiteout-like patches) or an appreciation for dark…
Posted to Video by Solonor Rasreth on April 2, 2005 08:47 PM

Movie Review: Sin City
Sin City, Robert Rodriguez’s latest feature (co-directed with Frank Miller of Batman comics fame) lives up to the hype, naked and violent.
Posted to Video by Michael Benning on April 2, 2005 05:49 PM

Review: Sin City
Short version: A gritty, violent, and overall impressive film that may not go over big with the general public.
Posted to Video by Screen Rant on April 2, 2005 01:00 PM

Movie Review: Sin City
The whole time I was left wondering whether I hated this film or loved it. In the end, I have to say it was a little of both. This movie is an instant Classic (5 out of 5) that will be quoted time and again. While it wasn’t what I expected (or wanted), it did what it was trying to do flawlessly.
Posted to Video by Nicholas Roussos on April 1, 2005 10:20 PM

film – Frank Miller’s Sin City
Frank Miller’s Sin City 5/5 Dripping with a dark, gritty, sleazy and ultra-violent style, Sin City is a graphic novel adaptation that suceeds with its three stories that end up interwining. Mickey Rourke looks like a cross between Kurt Douglas and Flattop…
Posted to Video by Triniman on April 1, 2005 08:11 PM

Powered by

About Nick Danger

  • Only the Mickey Rourke story was really good. The other stories were boring. If they had made Sin City all about Mickey Rourke, or at least put his story last, rather than first, it would’ve been a way better movie.