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|Release Date Sucker Punch Mar 25, 2011 Wide Genres Sucker Punch : Action & Adventure,Mystery & Suspense,Science Fiction & Fantasy|
|Total Vote User Sucker Punch : Visitor|
|User Ranting Sucker Punch : 3|
|User Percentage For Sucker Punch : %|
|User Count Like for Sucker Punch : 86,300|
|All Critics Ranting For Sucker Punch : 4.1|
|All Critics Count For Sucker Punch : 202|
|All Critics Percentage For Sucker Punch : 23 %|
Actors For Sucker Punch
|Emily Browning,Abbie Cornish,Jena Malone,Vanessa Hudgens,Jamie Chung,Oscar Isaac,Carla Gugino,Jon Hamm,Scott Glenn,Richard Cetrone,Gerard Plunkett,Malcom Scott,Ronald Selmour,A.C. Peterson,Revard Dufresne,Kelora Clingwell,Frederique De Raucourt,Monique Ganderton,Lee Tomaschefski,Eli Snyder|
Sucker Punch Movie Review
|Gun-toting hotties combat assorted villains and their robot henchmen in this tawdry, repellent action fantasy. |
Andrea Gronvall-Chicago Reader
Snyder likes to think that his Russian nesting doll of a concept is enough to excuse its hollow center.
The movie spins out of control, until it collapses in a heap, senseless.
Bruce Diones-New Yorker
Snyder pulverises our senses with derivative digital images and obvious musical choices. But his failure to delineate the levels of 'reality' is confusing and self-defeating.
Nigel Floyd-Time Out
This movie isn't bad in the way some incompetently made movies are bad; this is bad because there's much skill evident in a pointless endeavor.
A series of extravagant computer-generated adventure scenarios linked by grim mental hospital plot, Sucker Punch represents a particularly ambitious exercise in tedium.
Liam Lacey-Globe and Mail
Sucker Punch is an example of what happens when creativity derails. It's a sensory overload of utter garbage on every level possible.
Benjo Colautti-We Got This Covered
Wait, they're letting this guy remake "Superman"?
Roger Moore-McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Snyder was aiming for more than an action-packed popcorn flick -- making it hard to ignore that the filmmaker, much like Babydoll, temporarily lost his footing in reality.
If it wasn't executed with such panache it would probably qualify as one of the dumbest movies of 2011.
While the visuals are quite impressive and go a long way towards helping the film, it's just not enough to recommend that you take the time to see "Sucker Punch."
An ambitious yet flawed effort, but one executed with undoubted style and verve.
Rob Power-SFX Magazine
an optical feast
James Luxford-The National
Had Zack Snyder left no idea undeveloped, he might have had a better film, but underdevelopment appears to have been his motto.
Wesley Lovell-Cinema Sight
What a beautiful-looking mess.
Matt Neal-The Standard
Just how was this staggeringly poor script given the green light?
Ben Rawson-Jones-Digital Spy
It's ridiculous and often incoherent, but also oddly fun in the sheer overkill of pulp and fantasy imagery.
Sean Axmaker-Parallax View
The movie probably has more going on in it for less purpose than any film you can name.
John J. Puccio-Movie Metropolis
Sadistic and shallow, exploitative and misogynistic, these are the descriptions that 'Sucker Punch' seems not to be so much offended by as revel in.
Bruce Bennett-Spectrum (St. George, Utah)
It's layers upon layers upon layers of not story, but...what's the word? Oh right. Production design.
It's close to what Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez were after with their Grind House double-header, but shot through with Snyder's own psychotropic brio (which is something like the unholy union of David Lynch, Brian De Palma, and Ken Russell).
Scott Foundas-Film Comment Magazine
Its multiple reality constructions are far more tingling than Inception's wannabe mind****.
Rob Humanick-Projection Booth
The film is a visual feast (and moves slow enough for you to look at it quite a bit), but the story is a straight-up dramatic famine.
Mark Bell-Film Threat
A spectacular flop of fancy, mind-blowingly empty. Muddles along as if Nintendo fused Cabaret and A Streetcar Named Desire for people who play Call of Duty. Snyder's carved out a pointless new subgenre--call it video-game camp.
Brian Gibson-Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
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