"Sin City: A Dame To Kill For" comes out today, widening the scope of the hard-boiled, mostly black and white world established in the first movie.
It's a movie almost ten years in the making, which got us thinking about some other older movies that need a sequel. Combine that with the idea of an ensemble cast getting into trouble in a big, dangerous, stylized city, and the clear choice was the family classic "Babe: Pig in the City."
But it wouldn't be enough to just make a sequel to Babe's misadventures. We wanted to know: what would it be like if Babe and his animal friends were transformed into the hard-boiled film noir characters of "Sin City."
That question's been answered, and you can watch for yourself the insane results when you mash up "Babe" with "Sin City," and you get "Babe: Pig In Sin City," a not-so-family friendly movie featuring Eva Green as a murderous pink poodle, Josh Brolin as the dog she betrayed, and, of course, Mickey Rourke as James Cromwell.
You have to see it to believe it.