Sin City (2005)
Director: Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino
Screenwriter: Frank Miller
Starring: Jessica Alba, Bruce Willis, Clive Owen, Benicio Del Toro, Rosario Dawson, Brittany Murphy, Mickey Rourke / Alexis Bledel / Josh Hartnett / Devon Aoki / Powers Booth / Judd Sekrila / Jeffrey J. Dashnaw / Jason Douglas / Mike Clarke Duncan / Tommy Flanagan / Rick Gomez / Carla Gugino / Ruger Hauer / David H. Hickey / Nicky Kate / Jamie King / Michael Madsen / Ethan Manny Quest / John McLeod / Clark Middleton / Frank Miller / Ethan Raines / Nick Offerman / Marco Pereira / Randall Reid / Mary Shearer Dayton / Nick Stahl / Paul T. Taylor / Ken Thomas / Rico Torres / Mackenzie Vega / Ali Weaving / Chris Warner / Elijah Wood / Jessica Hale / Sammy Harte / Lauren Elaine Edson / Texas / Emmy Robbin / Robert Rodriguez / Penny Vital / Catherine Willis / …
Genre: Action / Thriller / Crime
Region: United States
Released: 2005-04-01 (USA)
Series:  Sin City
Runtime: 124 minutes / 141 minutes (re-edited and unrated extended version)
Also known as: Sin City (Hong Kong) / All Evil City (Taiwan) / Original Sin City / Sin City
Rating: IMDB 8.0 / Rotten Tomatoes 77%
The film is adapted from the famous cartoon master Frank Miller’s classic comic of the same name. It consists of three stories, all of which take place in the fictional Sin City, where there is no difference between the police and the thugs. Violence destroys everything and protects everything.
Story 1: Sin City
Ma Fu (Mickey Rourke), who is ugly and hot-tempered, meets the blonde beauty Goldie, and the one-night stand gives Ma Fu the warmth he has never had before. However, after waking up, Ma Fu found that Goldie lying next to him had been murdered, and he was facing the murderer’s accusation.
Ma Fu’s heart was ignited by anger and revenge. With the help of Goldie’s sister Wendy, he investigated the truth and found the murderer who killed his lover…
Story Two: Sniping
Dewright (Clive Owen), a former criminal, has undergone plastic surgery to become the boyfriend of Shirley, the bartender, and helps her discipline her tangled ex-boyfriend, the violent Jackie (Benicio) • del Toro).
Dewright followed Jackie and his gang to the old city ruled by gangs of prostitutes. Jackie did not follow the rules and was killed by the prostitutes. Afterwards, they discovered that Jackie was a policeman. His death destroyed the relationship between the prostitutes and the police. agreement between. Dewight must help them cover up the crime and protect their rights…
Story Three: Yellow Bastards
Hardigan (played by Bruce Willis) is about to retire due to heart disease. In the last hour of his police career, Hardy received intelligence that the senator’s son Roger kidnapped the 11-year-old girl Nancy, Roger He was the main suspect in several rape and murder cases, and it would be very dangerous for him to fall into his hands.
Hardigan single-handedly rescued Nancy, crippled Roger, and was seriously injured himself. For the next eight years, Roger’s senator father used his power to put him in prison and force him to take the blame for Roger. Hardigan never gave in, and Nancy’s letter under the pseudonym Corridia was her The only consolation in life.
Nancy’s letter was suddenly interrupted, which made Hardigan very disturbed. He had to give up his resistance, plead guilty in exchange for parole, and seek to protect Nancy. He doesn’t know that the monster yellow bastard who has been following him secretly will put him and Nancy in danger again…
Sin City is a 2005 American neo-noir crime anthology film directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller, based on Miller’s comic book series of the same name. The film is set in the fictional Basin City and tells the interconnected stories of various characters, including Marv, a violent thug seeking revenge for the death of a prostitute, and Dwight, a private investigator trying to protect his lover from a psychopathic ex-lover.
The film is notable for its unique visual style, which is heavily inspired by Miller’s graphic novels and features high-contrast black-and-white images with occasional splashes of color. The film also features a star-studded cast, including Bruce Willis, Mickey Rourke, Clive Owen, and Jessica Alba.
Sin City received generally positive reviews from critics, who praised its stylish visuals, strong performances, and faithful adaptation of Miller’s comics. It was a commercial success, grossing over $158 million worldwide against a budget of $40 million.
Overall, Sin City is considered a modern classic of the neo-noir and comic book adaptation genres, known for its stylish visuals, dark and gritty tone, and memorable characters. The film has since inspired a sequel, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014), as well as various other adaptations and spin-offs.