A sale on Lego Dimensions Level Packs made me grab the two time travel ones - Doctor Who and Back to the Future.
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For came out an inexplicable 9 years after the first film - they even had to recast characters - an unsurprisingly bombed. But once we forgive its lack of box office momentum, do we have a good film. If you liked the first Sin City, it's more of the same, so yeah, but the striking visuals are no longer so surprising. The thing I didn't like about the first Sin City was that having read the comics, it gave me a big case of deja vu. I wasn't seeing anything new. For all its artistry, it was a motion comic I'd already "read". (It also gave Zack Snyder license to make copycat movies, so I may never forgive it.) The second film actually creates two original storylines, a really fun gambling tale starring Joseph Gordon Levitt, and a climax for long-dangling plot threads. So even if I could still remember A Dame to Kill For (which I didn't really, at this point), this movie would have been more interesting to me. A Dame to Kill For is nevertheless the stone on which the film is built and it's a good femme fatale story, though Eva Green is naked through so much of it, it actually became uncomfortable. I know the comic was exploitative, but sheesh. The DVD includes a fast-motion version of the film without the effects, character profiles/actor interviews, and a couple of featurettes (stunts and make-up) besides.