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The Spirit

Heaps of empty style and awkward exchanges are unleashed in The Spirit, a colossal misstep from comic visionary Frank Miller, who imposes his stark Sin City aesthetic upon his mentor Will Eisner's long-unappreciated creation. Painful in its presentation an… (more)

Released: 2008

Rating: PG-13

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02:27 — Adapted from the legendary comic strip, THE SPIRIT is a classic action-adventure-romance told by genre-twister FRANK MILLER (creator of 300 and SIN CI (more…)
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  • Released: 2008
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: Heaps of empty style and awkward exchanges are unleashed in The Spirit, a colossal misstep from comic visionary Frank Miller, who imposes his stark Sin City aesthetic upon his mentor Will Eisner's long-unappreciated creation. Painful in its presentation an… (more)

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