Seen at the Movies: I would call Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s Sin City a triumph of style over substance, but the only quality that really triumphs in this frame-by-frame cinematic transcription of Miller’s graphic novels is idiocy. This pseudo-noir glorification of the seediest aspects of pulp fiction is certainly an obsessive movie—Rodriguez, who gets "shot and cut by" as well as co-music, producing, and directing credit, was so intent on recreating the exact look of Miller’s work ...

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