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April 3, 2005 | Chris Lee, Special to The Times
WALK down the right back alley in "Sin City," as a poster for the movie that came out Friday grandly proclaims, and you can find anything. Well, maybe not anything. To be specific, graphic novelist Frank Miller's hard-boiled wonderland is a place of vice, corruption and brutal street justice. To wit: For "Sin City's" big-screen adaptation, Clive Owen's character, Dwight, fronts a gaggle of gun-toting prostitutes, a battle-scarred Bruce Willis (as Det.
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April 3, 2005 | Chris Lee, Special to The Times
WALK down the right back alley in "Sin City," as a poster for the movie that came out Friday grandly proclaims, and you can find anything. Well, maybe not anything. To be specific, graphic novelist Frank Miller's hard-boiled wonderland is a place of vice, corruption and brutal street justice. To wit: For "Sin City's" big-screen adaptation, Clive Owen's character, Dwight, fronts a gaggle of gun-toting prostitutes, a battle-scarred Bruce Willis (as Det.
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April 1, 2005 | R. Kinsey Lowe
"Sin City" hits theaters today with something that is every author's dream: a possessory credit -- in this case for Frank Miller, who created the graphic novels from which the film is drawn. The "Frank Miller's Sin City" that moviegoers will see on-screen, however, is not accompanied anywhere by a screenplay or writing credit.
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April 1, 2005 | R. Kinsey Lowe
"Sin City" hits theaters today with something that is every author's dream: a possessory credit -- in this case for Frank Miller, who created the graphic novels from which the film is drawn. The "Frank Miller's Sin City" that moviegoers will see on-screen, however, is not accompanied anywhere by a screenplay or writing credit.
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January 31, 2008 | Brooke Hauser, Special to The Times
This spring, Jessica Alba will give birth to her first child with fiance and movie producer Cash Warren. But on a recent evening, the 26-year-old star was anticipating another due date: the release of "The Eye," a remake of the Pang brothers' 2002 Hong Kong thriller. Alba stars in the film as a blind musician who, after receiving a dead woman's eyes in a double corneal transplant, is haunted by hellish visions. "I want people to talk to the screen and be like, 'It's behind you!'
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July 26, 2008 | Geoff Boucher, Times Staff Writer
SAN DIEGO -- Rose McGowan says she can't wait to wear the chain-mail bikini of "Red Sonja," the barbarian queen. Why? "The suffragettes would have loved her," she explained. "She would only be with a man if he had bested her with the sword first. That was a pretty feminist statement . . . well, as far as comic books go back then."
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