Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Soundtrack (

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Tags: female star appears nude, punched repeatedly, talking on a phone while having sex
Alternate Names:
Title in Português:

Sin City: Mulher Fatal

Title in Français:

Sin City: j'ai tué pour elle

Title in Deutsch:

Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For


Marv is unconscious on a highway surrounded by corpses. When he awakes, he has amnesia and tries to recall his last steps from the Kadie's saloon on the Saturday night. He recalls that he found four playboys burning a homeless man alive and defended the poor man. Marv hunts them down and kills the group.

The cocky gambler Johnny hits jackpot in slot machines in the Kadie's saloon and invites the waitress Marcie to go with him to play poker game against the powerful Senator Roark. He wins the game and suffers the consequence of his arrogance.

The private detective Dwight McCarthy is contacted by his former lover Ava Lord that asks to meet him at the Kadie's saloon. Ava asks him for forgiveness for leaving him to marry the wealthy Damian Lord. However her strong chauffeur Manute takes her home. Dwight snoops around Ava's house but is found and beaten by Manute and the bodyguards.

When he returns home, Ava is waiting for him naked in the bed and seduces him again. Then she tells that Damian and Manute torture her and soon she will be killed. Once again Manute takes Ava with him and hits Dwight that invites Marv to help him to rescue Ava. Damian denies the accusation but Dwight beats him to death while Marv tear Manute's eye out.

But soon Dwight finds that he was lured by Ava that shoots him. Marv rescues Dwight and takes him to the Old Town where Dwight finds his former lover Gail that helps him to recover while Dwight plots revenge against Ava.

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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
Skin City
Steven Tyler: Performer
Robert Rodriguez: Writer
Uh Huh
Robert Rodriguez: Writer
Marci Madison: Performer
I'm Lonely
I'm Lonely
Rebecca Rodriguez: Performer
Rebecca Rodriguez: Performer

User reviews

Ronald King

The use of different musical styles and genres in the soundtrack adds depth to the storytelling and highlights the different characters' emotions.

Lisa Johnson

The use of recurring motifs and themes in the music ties together the various storylines and characters, creating a cohesive narrative.

Patricia Scott

The soundtrack features memorable tracks that stay with the audience long after watching the film, enhancing its lasting impact.

Thomas Anderson

On the other hand, some tracks in the soundtrack feel repetitive and lack originality. While the music fits the tone of the movie, it fails to stand out on its own and become memorable. More variation in the musical themes could have added depth to the overall listening experience.

Emily Wilson

The soundtrack's energy and tempo match the fast-paced nature of the film, keeping the audience fully immersed in the story.

Margaret Clark

The use of different musical styles and instruments in the soundtrack adds depth and complexity to the storytelling, creating a unique and memorable listening experience. The music elevates the emotional impact of key moments in the film, making them even more powerful and engaging for the audience.

Robert Davis

The haunting melodies in certain tracks evoke a sense of melancholy and introspection, mirroring the complex emotions of the characters.

Deborah Miller

The music seamlessly blends with the intense and suspenseful scenes, creating a sense of tension and anticipation.

Laura Roberts

The score effectively underscores the action sequences, making them even more dynamic and engaging.