Sin City Sin City Uncut (Region A Blu-ray)

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Directed by Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez. Starring Devon Aoki, Alexis Bledel, Jessica Alba.

Product Details

Barcode
031398140559
Department
Movies & TV
Released
13 May 2014
Type
Movies
Format
Blu-ray
Genre
Drama
Sub-genre
Drama
Region
Region A
Studio
Miramax Lionsgate
Runtime
124 min
Age Restriction
UN
Supply Source
USA

Movie

Title
Sin City
Release Year
2005
Running Time
124 min
Language
English
Alternate Title
Frank Miller's Sin City
Categories
Science-Fiction/Fantasy / Based On A Novel / Cops / Crime / Fantasy / Fantasy Worlds / Film Noir / Guns / Love Affairs / Revenge / Sci-Fi/Horror/Fantasy / Strippers / Theatrical Release / Urban Crime / Urban Life / Violence
Official Website
http://www.sincitythemovie.com/
Ratings
IMDb
8.0
Rotten Tomatoes®
77% 78%
Metacritic
74
Synopsis
Adapted from Frank Miller's graphic novels, SIN CITY is Robert Rodriguez's striking film noir infused with fantasy, taking place in a world where it is eternally nighttime and everything is drenched in rain and violence. Using a unique combination of silvery black and white digital photography with occasional flashes of bright color for dazzling punctuation, Rodriguez employs green screen techniques and paints a backdrop around each scene, using Miller's co-direction as his cue to match the original setting as closely as possible. Three stories weave together, occasionally overlapping. With lines delivered flatly in the hard-boiled style of Raymond Chandler, these tales are about crime, love, loss, and being preternaturally tough. In the most caustically dramatic segment, Mickey Rourke plays the fearlessly lovestruck Marv, a trenchcoat-clad beast who falls in love with prostitute Goldie (Jaime King) only to find her murdered by a demonic cannibal (Elijah Wood). In another segment, Bruce Willis plays Hartigan, a rogue cop with a "bum ticker" whose goal in life is to save Nancy (Jessica Alba), an innocent stripper, from a murderous rapist (Nick Stahl). The third segment stars Clive Owen as a detective caught between murdered cop Jackie Boy (Benicio Del Toro) and a slew of lethally dangerous vixens lead by Gail (Rosario Dawson). With blood spurting white, yellow, and yes even red; a roster of hot actors that goes on and on; and sound editing that makes you feel like you're the one being punched in the face, SIN CITY is a gift for fans of Miller's art, loaded with style and grit.
Notes
THEATRICAL RELEASE: APRIL 1, 2005
Release Notes
Blu-ray Disc Features:
  • Region [unknown]
Poster
Poster for Sin City
Cast & Crew
Director
Frank Miller / Robert Rodriguez
Star
Bruce Willis / Michael Clarke Duncan / Mickey Rourke / Jessica Alba / Devon Aoki / Alexis Bledel / Rosario Dawson / Benicio Del Toro / Carla Gugino / Jaime King / Michael Madsen / Frank Miller / Brittany Murphy / Clive Owen / Nick Stahl / Elijah Wood
Screenwriter
Frank Miller / Robert Rodriguez
Source Writer
Frank Miller / Author: Frank Miller
Composer
John Debney / Graeme Revell / Robert Rodriguez
Executive Producer
Bob Weinstein / Harvey Weinstein
Producer
Elizabeth Avellan / Frank Miller / Robert Rodriguez
Director of Photography
Robert Rodriguez
Additional Directing
Quentin Tarantino
Movie Critics
Chicago Sun-Times
"[I]t's like a comic book brought to life and pumped with steroids....It's a visualization of the pulp noir imagination, uncompromising and extreme. Yes, and brilliant."
Roger Ebert (1 Apr 2005, p.29)
Entertainment Weekly
"[A] jazzy-looking screen translation..."
Lisa Schwarzbaum (8 Apr 2005, p.44-45)
Movieline's Hollywood Life
"Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's all-digital uber-noir gets a blowout DVD-ing..."
Michael Atkinson (1 Nov 2005, p.104)
Premiere
"This was a groundbreaking movie for both its look and how that look was achieved."
Premiere Staff (1 Sep 2005, p.119)
Rolling Stone
"Credit first goes to Robert Rodriquez, a tirelessly innovative director who thrives on doing things the rules say he can't....A bold, uncompromised vision."
Peter Travers (21 Apr 2005, p.123)
Sight and Sound
"SIN CITY is consistently gorgeous..."
Kim Newman (1 Jun 2005, p.73-74)
Uncut
"Rodriguez delivers a sumptuous computer-generated vision of Miller's hardboiled fantasy universe....A perfect slice of gleefully violent 21st-century film noir for sick, twisted pop culture aficionados everywhere."
Andrew Sumner (1 Jun 2005, p.136-137)
USA Today
"Right now it looks like one of the movies that will define its year even more than the KILL BILL duo did."
Mike Clark (1 Apr 2005, p.7E)