The comic book ancestry is obvious, and very well done. The whole experience is like having a comic book come to life. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I'm sure some of our more bloodthirsty members will find it quite satisfying.Sin City comes to life on the screen directly off the pages of Frank Miller's comic book series. Sin City (Basin City) is a violent city where the police are crooked, crime is rampant in the streets, and the women are beautiful and deadly. The film is a collection of three story lines that connect all the characters to Sin City. The main character is Marv (Mickey Rourke) a street thug who is framed for the murder of a gorgeous and kind prostitute, Goldie (Jaime King), while she was asleep in his bed. To avenge the death of Goldie, Marv sets out on a mission of violence where no one better get in his way. The second storyline is Dwight (Clive Owen) a friend and old flame of the head of the Sin City hookers, who gets caught up in the killing of a corrupt cop and must cover it up to save the girls. The third storyline is about a policeman, Hartigan (Bruce Willis), who was only one hour away from early retirement, but instead of retiring, is shot and arrested and put in jail for 8 years for a crime he didn't commit
One of the above mentioned story lines is relevant here.
The crazed psychopath cum paedophile is the only son of an all powerful senator, so there are powerful forces (legal and otherwise) protecting and assisting him.Hartigan (Bruce Willis) races to the docks to prevent Junior (Nick Stahl) from raping and murdering 11-year-old Nancy.
Young Nancy - played by Makenzie Vega - has a fairly decent role. Also starring are Jessica Alba, Brittany Murphy and Alexis Bledel.
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