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If only they would have spared us the waitress role being reprised by a hideous looking and aptly named Lady Gaga, originally played by the sexy, yet angelic, Brittany Murphy. Considering there isn't anything seen here that wasn't already encountered in the original, this opening sequence only succeeds in extracting all of the charisma and mystique created for Marv throughout the original. Spoilers This sequel is simply a Bizzaro version of the original, and what I mean by that is that every scene from the first film was like a positive exposure of a black and white photograph, while every scene here is the exact negative exposure of that same black and white photo. She is completely nude for what seemed to be about ten minutes of screen time. Was this review helpful? Mission accomplished! Next, we are introduced to a new character, Johnny, played by Joe Gordon-Levitt. This time around, Clive Owen, I mean, Josh Brolin, is reduced to a dull, lifeless, wanna-be, hero type, who is, essentially, a guy who has delusions of grandeur about his inner rage which, which unlike in the original movie, is never to be on display. Sign in to vote. At this point I will cut my review short because I believe the filmmakers cut the movie short and wanted to turn it into a lame soft-core porn flick, mainly because they knew they didn't have much to begin with. In summation, the only lasting memory the filmmakers want you to have, is of Eva Green completely nude. Basically the only thing that we get from the Johnny story is a contrived excuse to demonize the senator, and, as for Johnny, it turns out he was just some dumb but lucky fool who let his ego grow way too large for his brain to handle. The fact that this movie just opens up with a very flimsy and rehashed amnesia scene similar to the tale of Marv from the first movie minus the hot blonde girl is a sign that we are in for something similar yet different this time? The filmmakers seemingly hit the jackpot by casting her, because she's the only actress willing to expose herself in the exploitative way the filmmakers most likely wanted the other actresses to do. Please allow me to explain. We are left with Johnny facing the same fate as all other male characters in the original. We are left hanging for about an hour or so before we see him again and there he is, re-introduced to us, all bruised up and again playing poker with the evil senator It won't happen. Sin city 2 imdb



Sign in to vote. What does happen? The exact same situation from earlier except he's in for revenge this time, right? Initially, he seems to fit in this world, he's got some charm and cleverness about him and there is a slight hope of originality displayed in this story, involving a poker game with the senator character introduced in the first film, essentially giving off the same kind of good vs evil vibe here, just as in the original. The gorgeous Eva Green is introduced to us here as a dame to kill for, channeling the Carla Gugino bares it all scene from the original. It won't happen. The filmmakers seemingly hit the jackpot by casting her, because she's the only actress willing to expose herself in the exploitative way the filmmakers most likely wanted the other actresses to do. Mission accomplished! Next, we are introduced to Josh Brolin's story, or what the filmmakers are trying to portray as a re-introduction to the character, Dwight, played in the original by Clive Owen, which was his best role in my opinion. We are left with Johnny facing the same fate as all other male characters in the original. If only they would have spared us watching the two shady detectives Michael Madsen story from the original played by two very fine actors Jeremy Piven and Chris Meloni who, in a cringe-worthy effort, essentially, just mail this one in for a paycheck. Basically the only thing that we get from the Johnny story is a contrived excuse to demonize the senator, and, as for Johnny, it turns out he was just some dumb but lucky fool who let his ego grow way too large for his brain to handle. Every memory I have of the original film has a direct correlation to something seen here in the sequel, with the exception of a real opening or closing scene. That important piece Josh Hartnett's cameo was clearly missing here because it was a clever way to needle a thread through the tales about to be told and leads to an ending scene which cleverly sums up what we saw throughout the film starting with that first scene. In summation, the only lasting memory the filmmakers want you to have, is of Eva Green completely nude. We watch him retrace his steps and it all leads back to him murdering 4 very wimpy men who apparently have never been in a fight before. Next, we are introduced to a new character, Johnny, played by Joe Gordon-Levitt. Spoilers This sequel is simply a Bizzaro version of the original, and what I mean by that is that every scene from the first film was like a positive exposure of a black and white photograph, while every scene here is the exact negative exposure of that same black and white photo. Johnny boy takes a solid beating and is left for dead all bruised up and deformed, so

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We watch him retrace his steps and it all leads back to him murdering 4 very wimpy men who apparently have never been in a fight before. It won't happen. If only they would have spared us the waitress role being reprised by a hideous looking and aptly named Lady Gaga, originally played by the sexy, yet angelic, Brittany Murphy. Was this review helpful? Johnny boy takes a solid beating and is left for dead all bruised up and deformed, so If only they would have spared us the re-introduction of the Michael Clarke Duncan RIP character played by Dennis "don't quit your day job as the voice of the Allstate commercials" Haysbert. She is completely nude for what seemed to be about ten minutes of screen time. We are left with Johnny facing the same fate as all other male characters in the original. Considering there isn't anything seen here that wasn't already encountered in the original, this opening sequence only succeeds in extracting all of the charisma and mystique created for Marv throughout the original. Sadly, all of this just made me miss Clive Owen's Dwight that much more. Marv now finds himself with another case of amnesia The exact same situation from earlier except he's in for revenge this time, right? Mission accomplished! Basically the only thing that we get from the Johnny story is a contrived excuse to demonize the senator, and, as for Johnny, it turns out he was just some dumb but lucky fool who let his ego grow way too large for his brain to handle. What does happen? The filmmakers seemingly hit the jackpot by casting her, because she's the only actress willing to expose herself in the exploitative way the filmmakers most likely wanted the other actresses to do.



































Sin city 2 imdb



If only they would have spared us watching the two shady detectives Michael Madsen story from the original played by two very fine actors Jeremy Piven and Chris Meloni who, in a cringe-worthy effort, essentially, just mail this one in for a paycheck. The exact same situation from earlier except he's in for revenge this time, right? Initially, he seems to fit in this world, he's got some charm and cleverness about him and there is a slight hope of originality displayed in this story, involving a poker game with the senator character introduced in the first film, essentially giving off the same kind of good vs evil vibe here, just as in the original. Mission accomplished! Next, we are introduced to a new character, Johnny, played by Joe Gordon-Levitt. Considering there isn't anything seen here that wasn't already encountered in the original, this opening sequence only succeeds in extracting all of the charisma and mystique created for Marv throughout the original. We are left hanging for about an hour or so before we see him again and there he is, re-introduced to us, all bruised up and again playing poker with the evil senator The filmmakers seemingly hit the jackpot by casting her, because she's the only actress willing to expose herself in the exploitative way the filmmakers most likely wanted the other actresses to do. Was this review helpful? The fact that this movie just opens up with a very flimsy and rehashed amnesia scene similar to the tale of Marv from the first movie minus the hot blonde girl is a sign that we are in for something similar yet different this time? If only they would have spared us the waitress role being reprised by a hideous looking and aptly named Lady Gaga, originally played by the sexy, yet angelic, Brittany Murphy. If only they would have spared us watching the beautiful Jessica Alba shake it for 90 minutes before giving her the main hero role for the final story, which only serves to help us realize she was perfect as she was in the first film, just twirling around the pole not really having much to do but look pretty. Johnny boy takes a solid beating and is left for dead all bruised up and deformed, so We watch him retrace his steps and it all leads back to him murdering 4 very wimpy men who apparently have never been in a fight before. Next, we are introduced to Josh Brolin's story, or what the filmmakers are trying to portray as a re-introduction to the character, Dwight, played in the original by Clive Owen, which was his best role in my opinion. Please allow me to explain.

Sign in to vote. The exact same situation from earlier except he's in for revenge this time, right? Johnny boy takes a solid beating and is left for dead all bruised up and deformed, so Next, we are introduced to Josh Brolin's story, or what the filmmakers are trying to portray as a re-introduction to the character, Dwight, played in the original by Clive Owen, which was his best role in my opinion. Every memory I have of the original film has a direct correlation to something seen here in the sequel, with the exception of a real opening or closing scene. The filmmakers seemingly hit the jackpot by casting her, because she's the only actress willing to expose herself in the exploitative way the filmmakers most likely wanted the other actresses to do. This time around, Clive Owen, I mean, Josh Brolin, is reduced to a dull, lifeless, wanna-be, hero type, who is, essentially, a guy who has delusions of grandeur about his inner rage which, which unlike in the original movie, is never to be on display. If only they would have spared us the re-introduction of the Michael Clarke Duncan RIP character played by Dennis "don't quit your day job as the voice of the Allstate commercials" Haysbert. That important piece Josh Hartnett's cameo was clearly missing here because it was a clever way to needle a thread through the tales about to be told and leads to an ending scene which cleverly sums up what we saw throughout the film starting with that first scene. It won't happen. Please allow me to explain. If only they would have spared us watching the two shady detectives Michael Madsen story from the original played by two very fine actors Jeremy Piven and Chris Meloni who, in a cringe-worthy effort, essentially, just mail this one in for a paycheck. The fact that this movie just opens up with a very flimsy and rehashed amnesia scene similar to the tale of Marv from the first movie minus the hot blonde girl is a sign that we are in for something similar yet different this time? If only they would have spared us the waitress role being reprised by a hideous looking and aptly named Lady Gaga, originally played by the sexy, yet angelic, Brittany Murphy. Mission accomplished! Next, we are introduced to a new character, Johnny, played by Joe Gordon-Levitt. Spoilers This sequel is simply a Bizzaro version of the original, and what I mean by that is that every scene from the first film was like a positive exposure of a black and white photograph, while every scene here is the exact negative exposure of that same black and white photo. Marv now finds himself with another case of amnesia She is completely nude for what seemed to be about ten minutes of screen time. What does happen? Initially, he seems to fit in this world, he's got some charm and cleverness about him and there is a slight hope of originality displayed in this story, involving a poker game with the senator character introduced in the first film, essentially giving off the same kind of good vs evil vibe here, just as in the original. Sin city 2 imdb



Sign in to vote. Mission accomplished! Initially, he seems to fit in this world, he's got some charm and cleverness about him and there is a slight hope of originality displayed in this story, involving a poker game with the senator character introduced in the first film, essentially giving off the same kind of good vs evil vibe here, just as in the original. We watch him retrace his steps and it all leads back to him murdering 4 very wimpy men who apparently have never been in a fight before. That important piece Josh Hartnett's cameo was clearly missing here because it was a clever way to needle a thread through the tales about to be told and leads to an ending scene which cleverly sums up what we saw throughout the film starting with that first scene. Every memory I have of the original film has a direct correlation to something seen here in the sequel, with the exception of a real opening or closing scene. She is completely nude for what seemed to be about ten minutes of screen time. If only they would have spared us watching the two shady detectives Michael Madsen story from the original played by two very fine actors Jeremy Piven and Chris Meloni who, in a cringe-worthy effort, essentially, just mail this one in for a paycheck. Considering there isn't anything seen here that wasn't already encountered in the original, this opening sequence only succeeds in extracting all of the charisma and mystique created for Marv throughout the original. This time around, Clive Owen, I mean, Josh Brolin, is reduced to a dull, lifeless, wanna-be, hero type, who is, essentially, a guy who has delusions of grandeur about his inner rage which, which unlike in the original movie, is never to be on display. In summation, the only lasting memory the filmmakers want you to have, is of Eva Green completely nude. We are left hanging for about an hour or so before we see him again and there he is, re-introduced to us, all bruised up and again playing poker with the evil senator The filmmakers seemingly hit the jackpot by casting her, because she's the only actress willing to expose herself in the exploitative way the filmmakers most likely wanted the other actresses to do. We are left with Johnny facing the same fate as all other male characters in the original. What does happen? Spoilers This sequel is simply a Bizzaro version of the original, and what I mean by that is that every scene from the first film was like a positive exposure of a black and white photograph, while every scene here is the exact negative exposure of that same black and white photo. Sadly, all of this just made me miss Clive Owen's Dwight that much more. Was this review helpful? Please allow me to explain. If only they would have spared us watching the beautiful Jessica Alba shake it for 90 minutes before giving her the main hero role for the final story, which only serves to help us realize she was perfect as she was in the first film, just twirling around the pole not really having much to do but look pretty. The exact same situation from earlier except he's in for revenge this time, right? Basically the only thing that we get from the Johnny story is a contrived excuse to demonize the senator, and, as for Johnny, it turns out he was just some dumb but lucky fool who let his ego grow way too large for his brain to handle. If only they would have spared us the waitress role being reprised by a hideous looking and aptly named Lady Gaga, originally played by the sexy, yet angelic, Brittany Murphy. If only they would have spared us the re-introduction of the Michael Clarke Duncan RIP character played by Dennis "don't quit your day job as the voice of the Allstate commercials" Haysbert. Marv now finds himself with another case of amnesia Next, we are introduced to a new character, Johnny, played by Joe Gordon-Levitt. The gorgeous Eva Green is introduced to us here as a dame to kill for, channeling the Carla Gugino bares it all scene from the original. It won't happen. NOPE, doesn't happen.

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Considering there isn't anything seen here that wasn't already encountered in the original, this opening sequence only succeeds in extracting all of the charisma and mystique created for Marv throughout the original. Marv now finds himself with another case of amnesia NOPE, doesn't happen. What does happen? Basically the only thing that we get from the Johnny story is a contrived excuse to demonize the senator, and, as for Johnny, it turns out he was just some dumb but lucky fool who let his ego grow way too large for his brain to handle. This time around, Clive Owen, I mean, Josh Brolin, is reduced to a dull, lifeless, wanna-be, hero type, who is, essentially, a guy who has delusions of grandeur about his inner rage which, which unlike in the original movie, is never to be on display. If only they would have spared us the re-introduction of the Michael Clarke Duncan RIP character played by Dennis "don't quit your day job as the voice of the Allstate commercials" Haysbert. The filmmakers seemingly hit the jackpot by casting her, because she's the only actress willing to expose herself in the exploitative way the filmmakers most likely wanted the other actresses to do. If only they would have spared us watching the two shady detectives Michael Madsen story from the original played by two very fine actors Jeremy Piven and Chris Meloni who, in a cringe-worthy effort, essentially, just mail this one in for a paycheck. Mission accomplished! If only they would have spared us the waitress role being reprised by a hideous looking and aptly named Lady Gaga, originally played by the sexy, yet angelic, Brittany Murphy. Initially, he seems to fit in this world, he's got some charm and cleverness about him and there is a slight hope of originality displayed in this story, involving a poker game with the senator character introduced in the first film, essentially giving off the same kind of good vs evil vibe here, just as in the original. Spoilers This sequel is simply a Bizzaro version of the original, and what I mean by that is that every scene from the first film was like a positive exposure of a black and white photograph, while every scene here is the exact negative exposure of that same black and white photo. Next, we are introduced to Josh Brolin's story, or what the filmmakers are trying to portray as a re-introduction to the character, Dwight, played in the original by Clive Owen, which was his best role in my opinion. The fact that this movie just opens up with a very flimsy and rehashed amnesia scene similar to the tale of Marv from the first movie minus the hot blonde girl is a sign that we are in for something similar yet different this time? If only they would have spared us watching the beautiful Jessica Alba shake it for 90 minutes before giving her the main hero role for the final story, which only serves to help us realize she was perfect as she was in the first film, just twirling around the pole not really having much to do but look pretty. We are left hanging for about an hour or so before we see him again and there he is, re-introduced to us, all bruised up and again playing poker with the evil senator The exact same situation from earlier except he's in for revenge this time, right? Sadly, all of this just made me miss Clive Owen's Dwight that much more. We are left with Johnny facing the same fate as all other male characters in the original. Sign in to vote. Johnny boy takes a solid beating and is left for dead all bruised up and deformed, so Was this review helpful? Every memory I have of the original film has a direct correlation to something seen here in the sequel, with the exception of a real opening or closing scene. Next, we are introduced to a new character, Johnny, played by Joe Gordon-Levitt. She is completely nude for what seemed to be about ten minutes of screen time. At this point I will cut my review short because I believe the filmmakers cut the movie short and wanted to turn it into a lame soft-core porn flick, mainly because they knew they didn't have much to begin with. In summation, the only lasting memory the filmmakers want you to have, is of Eva Green completely nude. We watch him retrace his steps and it all leads back to him murdering 4 very wimpy men who apparently have never been in a fight before. It won't happen.

Sin city 2 imdb



That important piece Josh Hartnett's cameo was clearly missing here because it was a clever way to needle a thread through the tales about to be told and leads to an ending scene which cleverly sums up what we saw throughout the film starting with that first scene. In summation, the only lasting memory the filmmakers want you to have, is of Eva Green completely nude. The exact same situation from earlier except he's in for revenge this time, right? Marv now finds himself with another case of amnesia Sadly, all of this just made me miss Clive Owen's Dwight that much more. If only they would have spared us the waitress role being reprised by a hideous looking and aptly named Lady Gaga, originally played by the sexy, yet angelic, Brittany Murphy. At this point I will cut my review short because I believe the filmmakers cut the movie short and wanted to turn it into a lame soft-core porn flick, mainly because they knew they didn't have much to begin with. Every memory I have of the original film has a direct correlation to something seen here in the sequel, with the exception of a real opening or closing scene. We are left hanging for about an hour or so before we see him again and there he is, re-introduced to us, all bruised up and again playing poker with the evil senator NOPE, doesn't happen. The fact that this movie just opens up with a very flimsy and rehashed amnesia scene similar to the tale of Marv from the first movie minus the hot blonde girl is a sign that we are in for something similar yet different this time? Basically the only thing that we get from the Johnny story is a contrived excuse to demonize the senator, and, as for Johnny, it turns out he was just some dumb but lucky fool who let his ego grow way too large for his brain to handle. The filmmakers seemingly hit the jackpot by casting her, because she's the only actress willing to expose herself in the exploitative way the filmmakers most likely wanted the other actresses to do. If only they would have spared us the re-introduction of the Michael Clarke Duncan RIP character played by Dennis "don't quit your day job as the voice of the Allstate commercials" Haysbert. It won't happen. We are left with Johnny facing the same fate as all other male characters in the original. We watch him retrace his steps and it all leads back to him murdering 4 very wimpy men who apparently have never been in a fight before. Next, we are introduced to Josh Brolin's story, or what the filmmakers are trying to portray as a re-introduction to the character, Dwight, played in the original by Clive Owen, which was his best role in my opinion. Initially, he seems to fit in this world, he's got some charm and cleverness about him and there is a slight hope of originality displayed in this story, involving a poker game with the senator character introduced in the first film, essentially giving off the same kind of good vs evil vibe here, just as in the original. What does happen? The gorgeous Eva Green is introduced to us here as a dame to kill for, channeling the Carla Gugino bares it all scene from the original. Next, we are introduced to a new character, Johnny, played by Joe Gordon-Levitt. If only they would have spared us watching the two shady detectives Michael Madsen story from the original played by two very fine actors Jeremy Piven and Chris Meloni who, in a cringe-worthy effort, essentially, just mail this one in for a paycheck. Considering there isn't anything seen here that wasn't already encountered in the original, this opening sequence only succeeds in extracting all of the charisma and mystique created for Marv throughout the original. She is completely nude for what seemed to be about ten minutes of screen time. Spoilers This sequel is simply a Bizzaro version of the original, and what I mean by that is that every scene from the first film was like a positive exposure of a black and white photograph, while every scene here is the exact negative exposure of that same black and white photo. Johnny boy takes a solid beating and is left for dead all bruised up and deformed, so Mission accomplished!

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