When Robert Rodriguez and Frank Millerís Sin City hit movie screens in 2005, it was a cinematic revelation. The highly stylized film, with its seamless blend of live action and green screen, truly looked like a graphic novel come to life. Its stark black-and-white images, punctuated with bursts of dramatic color, resembled nothing else before it -- it was a true original. Yes, it was all style with little substance, but its bold approach to filmmaking made its flaws forgivable. But that was nearly a decade ago. Sadly, what was fresh then now looks like so much smoke and mirrors on the second go-round in the redundant Sin City: A Dame to Kill Fo...