Sin City, the most accurate comic book adaptation ever

Elijan wood as Kevin in Sin City

I dont usually post reviews of films on my blog unless I'm in love with the film (matrix series). Anyhow last weekend I watched some of the most stylised violence and cut throat dialogue since Kill Bill the japanese cut, which is in colour through-out the House of Blue Lights fight. Yep Frank Miller's Sin City. Honestly even before seeing the review on the same page, I was thinking there has never been a more accurate comic book adaptation ever! Its so odd because I usually do not like Robert Rodriguez's style of films but he's really took on Sin City and let the film do the talking. Watching the film is almost exactly like reading the comic books from the look to the dialogue, my own critism is the story lines could have done with a liitle more twist but you got to get new people into it. And it certainly does do that well, there's good character development but not too much for those who who know already. I will be watching this film in the Cinema when it finally reaches the shores of the UK, I highly suggest you do the same…

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