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Sucker Punch

2011
Suspense/Thriller
Fantasy
1h 50m
A young girl is institutionalized by her wicked stepfather. Retreating to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, she envisions a plan which will help her escape from the facility. (imdb)
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Sucker Punch

2011
Suspense/Thriller
Fantasy
1h 50m
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Rated 04 Jul 2011
70
34th
Snyder was trying pretty hard to take his glossy stylized action and drape it over an intriguing and sophisticated story, it ended up like a very determined man attempting to mince an onion with a candelabra. It still has great eye candy, especially of the female variety, but don't expect a movie that will astonish you, or even vaguely satisfy any deeper cerebral function.
Rated 27 Apr 2011
5
1st
A giant pisspotpourri of cut scenes from computer games, specifically toned down in graphical violence as to sell rape and torture to the kids. It's no one's fantasy in particular, just a soulless commercial hack job, designed to tickle every fan-boys funny bone. If you get a wet feeling, when you watch the random misandrist bullshit of a story that guides the striptease along, well, that's just Snyder pissing in your face. This isn't film. This is the cancer that is killing film.
Rated 07 Apr 2011
0
1st
This with literally zero exaggeration may be the worst movie I have ever seen. Completely retarded, has no substance or point, is boring and its just the biggest/shittiest mess in the history of anything. I have the feeling Snyder was sitting there stroking himself thinking he was making a nerds ultimate fantasy come true, I hope someone tells him he's a complete fucking moron. Not even worth it for hot chicks or thirty seconds of Jon Hamm.
Rated 02 Apr 2011
20
23rd
A huge butt of a movie. Just not the nice butt. The kind of butt on the person you absolutely hate, the flabby one, the one as big as a country and says: "fuck you, asshole". This butt-thing doesn't make any sense, but so doesn't this movie. Very embarrassing (!!), boring and cheesy; a cinematic lobotomy.
Rated 27 Mar 2011
45
5th
shitty self-esteem lecture with chicks in lingeries fighting the evil.
Rated 19 Apr 2011
35
11th
Imagine if you dare, being forced to watch a Joe Eszterhas penned madhouse/burlesque sleazefest, and every time your head is about to implode, you get to play some funky Japanese action game for 5 minutes, before continuing. Such a viewing experience was Sucker Punch: Some great visual bonanza, a story set to please the libido and "intellect" of 13 year old boys and an uninspired use of pop-music, including a bunch of god-awful covers of rock classics.
Rated 30 Nov 2013
20
4th
Starts out like a bad movie based on a comic book, and then becomes like a bad movie based on a computer game, filmed like an uninspired and endless music video. Then it makes it clear it is going to keep on doing this in the same way over and over again. Then I stopped watching.
Rated 31 Mar 2011
0
0th
God, this movie sucks. I'm so mad.
Rated 08 May 2011
30
10th
Snyder can make pictures look good, no doubt about it. Reminding us that talent and taste don't necessarily go hand in hand, his choices are uniformly poor, obvious and vulgar. The beginning gives a glimpse of what he's capable of in terms of music video style storytelling. Style over content is just fine but the over-the-top computer game aesthetics are almost as mind-draining as the futile attempts to inject drama. Caring is not an option. That wildly inappropriate final message was baffling.
Rated 02 Aug 2011
7
1st
Top-notch lobotomy-simulator.
Rated 14 Apr 2011
65
40th
Very stylish directing, gorgeous visuals and a superb soundtrack make me forgive the ludicrous script a bit. A fun experiment, but let's hope Zack is kept in a shorter leash from now on.
Rated 24 Apr 2011
25
18th
Sucker Punch is a daft film that pretentiously portrays itself as being some progressive feminist piece when it just comes across as puerile. The film is better defined as some teen male fantasy than meaningful commentary on feminine suffering. It boasts a lot of flashy action scenes but it's difficult to have any investment in them when their thematic purpose is one-note nor do these scenes even matter to the plot. The action scenes themselves are largely forgettable outside the setpieces.
Rated 17 Mar 2013
30
1st
Kick ass hot chicks, guns, samurai swords, steampunk, mechs, and sick videogame visuals = baddazz! I'm pretty sure this is what the white-board looked like at the planning session for this movie. This movie was completely vapid. If Maxim magazine was turned into a movie this would be that movie. The story was ridiculous. Sucker punch would have worked nicely as a three minute music video for one of the awesome songs on it's soundtrack, but as a feature length movie it falls flat.
Rated 02 Apr 2011
14
3rd
Beautiful girls fighting in post-apocalyptic fight scenes? Count me in! Oh, the plot is essentially finished before the film begins, the fighting takes place in dream sequences that are completely ineffectual and unimportant, and 60% of the film concerns the beautiful girls being raped, abused, and murdered? Count me out.
Rated 21 Feb 2013
75
40th
(Ext. Cut): This is a flawed film, no doubt, but it is also an original and interesting one. It's an exploitation film which questions the nature and provides commentary on the exploitation. Also, it is, in fact, far less sexist (and far more creative) than the average, testosterone fueled action film out there. It would be very easy to hate this movie, but liking it is far more rewarding.
Rated 21 Dec 2013
1
4th
When Zack Snyder set out to make Sucker Punch, he wanted to ensure that he wrote it tastefully and intelligently so that it's not "like a bullshit thing like Ultraviolet or something like that". Yeah, well, he's definitely full of shit. I don't even have to watch Ultraviolet to know this. There's no use talking about a movie like Sucker Punch, so if you want to know why it's awful, and trust me it is, you'll just have to watch it yourself. Derivative, empty garbage.
Rated 25 Mar 2011
68
11th
Despite the lengthy combat sequences with dozens of assailants, I never really felt anything for the characters or their plight, or even any real excitement. As an exercise in style in succeeds, but I think it was aiming for something a bit higher.
Rated 26 Mar 2011
4
44th
Zack Snyder remains a fine visual stylist, able to craft dazzling imagery. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for his screenwriting. The characters all felt flat and devoid of any personality and I couldn't make myself care. I liked Jena Malone's performance, although Emily Browning was bland and monotone. Not sure if that's her fault or Snyder's.
Rated 12 Jul 2012
100
88th
I believe this movie to be a misjudged classic (and there are reasons for it). Inception is a journey in the mind; this is a journey in the soul. With style completely shadowing the substance of this gem (and, again, I suppose the director had a purpose in doing this), this movie requires more than just one-watch to reach its heart. Take some time out, unclutter your mind about the opinions others have about this movie, and judge again. I am sure, you'll be prepared this time.
Rated 28 Mar 2011
50
28th
The sucker punch that Snyder delivers is directed toward the vast, (mostly) unsuspecting audience he had hoped to attract with his CG-laden eye candy of scantily-clad women who are thrown into every genre that males under 30 yearn for. He is not-so-subtly equating the dominance of the male gaze in pop culture to the dominance of men over women in society. It's a laudable and ballsy message, but it falls victim to an awful plot that lacks any tension, as well as awful dialogue that lacks any wit.
Rated 28 Mar 2011
34
2nd
Pros: the mayor, satisfying music and costumes, some pretty amazing visuals | Cons: everything else || Zack probably just wanted an excuse, be it good or bad, to put all these shots on screen. Too bad his ideas are not at all related and this 'excuse' therefore seems to have the attention span of a 5 year old. Booom dragons...boom zombies..and Nazis.... Seeing how this was going nowhere,I enjoyed the already mentioned visuals, as anyone should-that's what this is about.
Rated 06 Apr 2011
10
9th
"Director Zack Snyder offers a peek inside his head, which turns out to be a vomatorium of pop culture's every geeky element." - Nick Schager
Rated 30 Jul 2011
30
12th
Sucker Punch is more or less a collection of short action vignettes with the writing quality of a video game cutscene. A horribly boring and cliche burlesque melodrama attempts to bridge the cg gratuity with as little effort as can be managed. As someone who loved Watchmen, 300 and Dawn of the Dead, this is a huge letdown. Zack Snyder has gone from being one of the most interesting action directors to another Micheal Bay sized hack, only more pretentious.
Rated 15 Apr 2011
52
41st
I have been thinking about this film a lot since I watched it, & have changed my score several times. It has me quite torn. I can't deny that it looks great, & several scenes got me geekishly excited! But the concept is a total mess, & after the epic opening sequence everything else makes little or no sense. The script is a shocker also, as Snyder switches between pure misogyny & some sort of neo-feminism! But I have a soft spot for Snyder's style, lets just hope he never writes anything again!
Rated 15 Apr 2011
6
55th
Style over substance would be the understatement to end all understatements. "Sucker Punch" is pure geek fantasy. Female empowerment? Or an exercise in misogyny? Who cares? Snyder crafts incredible and (way, way, way) over the top action sequences using fastforward, extreme slow-motion and acrobatic camera movements. It's equal parts anime and computer game, art and porn. It's so far removed from your typical ho-hum Michael Bay production that it'll have most people shitting bricks. I loved it.
Rated 19 Apr 2011
10
11th
That the limp, suspenseless, PS3-cutscene styled action scenes are not only the highlight but a welcome recess from the general suckitude of this film says a lot about the depths to which this movie frequently and willingly plummets. Its aggressively annoying tendencey towards terrible dialogue and revolting covers of classic songs battles with its soulcrushingly boring storyline and the actors-in-name-only for the honors of being the worst thing about this slo-mo trainwreck.
Rated 24 Apr 2012
0
0th
I was just not prepared for just how deplorable this thing is. Unless this was some elaborate satire that forgot to wink, everyone responsible should be fired into the sun.
Rated 17 Jun 2011
47
12th
Ultimately, Sucker Punch works very well as a video game you can masturbate to, but then feel bad about yourself afterward. Its a tough review because Snyder gives a film that has no equal in its originality, but much of it is completely stupid. If he stops writing his films...we will have something worth watching again and again. Scott Glen cracked me up with his one-liner words of wisdom stolen anywhere from Roosevelt to a butchered Top Gun quote.
Rated 18 Jun 2011
20
8th
Snyder aesthetics tuned to anime, conscious b-script, pop song remixes and boundless eclectism isn't necessarily a recipe for disaster; these are mostly Tarantino ingredients. These are no excuse for this mockery of a film. For a second there it feels like Snyder has an idea sending powerpuff girls to random rides of popular wars, just for a second. And why are every! actor red-eyed, what was going on in the set?
Rated 21 Jun 2011
35
4th
Like the title says, it really sucks!!! It's just another pseudo stylish bullshit copy of another pseudo stylish bullshit movie...
Rated 11 Nov 2011
61
15th
Let's jerk off all together. I don't know the englisch word for it, but in Germany we say "Kekswichsen".
Rated 12 Aug 2011
1
16th
I feel genuinely sorry for myself to have watched this vile piece of stinking trash. Wasted two hours of my life on this fucking movie. You suck, Snyder.
Rated 25 Mar 2011
40
10th
In retrospect, it overextended its reach.
Rated 26 Mar 2011
60
11th
Said about many a film, nothing comes closer 2 being an actual video game. There's jaw-dropping graphics, licensed rock music, hollow avatars instead of characters& a structure of "story" between each new level which is meant 2 give the impression this is a Quest narrative rather than mindless shootouts w/ ciphers u don't care about. Worse is the film's ending: a message of self-empowerment that couldn't b more incongruous w/ the tale of unjust victimization & resigned martyrdom that preceded it
Rated 26 Mar 2011
75
84th
It's entertaining, and it has an interesting enough story to make the action sequences mean something. The visuals are incredible, the plot will leave you thinking, and the action scenes are unique and fun to watch. Had the girls' been put in actual danger more often, then perhaps we would have an excellent film on our hands. As it is, Sucker Punch is one of those films that you'll either really enjoy, or really dislike. I fall into the former category, and I say to give it a shot.
Rated 26 Mar 2011
45
32nd
Candy coated action scenes covering a hollow shell of a story. I found it nearly impossible to give a damn about any of the main characters, because I knew next to nothing about them, and none of them felt like real people. Oddly, the villain ends up being the most well-developed, believable character (and the best acted).
Rated 27 Mar 2011
30
16th
Overall Enjoyment: 15/40, Plot/Themes: 5/20, Cinematography/Direction: 5/20, Acting/Writing: 5/20 Somewhere in this was a solid theme about the degradation of women and how the audience is complicit in this process. Sadly, the characters, plot, and even the action all just felt rather empty-- Synder threw together popular cliches, but forgot to put any heart into it. It's fine to make a movie that criticizes it's audience; just make sure it's still a good movie in it's own right.
Rated 29 Mar 2011
0
0th
There's absolutely no excuse for this movie.
Rated 30 Mar 2011
90
93rd
It's way up there and at this point (end of March 2011) stands as my favorite of the year, I can say that with some authority. Overwhelmingly stylish, the dazzling visuals (even though that's a buzz phrase nowadays) and the subversive main character and her dark story keep the movie moving along at a good clip. Had some really excellent scenes and interesting conventions, is supported by an excellent score and is an absolute feast for your Id. Oh -- and one more thing -- SUCKAH PUNCH!!!!!!!!!!
Rated 31 Mar 2011
40
16th
Snyder is nothing if not a visual artist. The action sequences, and even "ordinary" sections, were beautifully shot and crafted. He also wears his influences on his sleeve, and treats them with clear respect. Unfortunately his screenwriting is ass. The story, such as it was, was as bland and unengaging as the characters themselves, and while I can appreciate the ambition, his obvious drawing from anime and video games sinks the movie under the weight of the problems of those same media.
Rated 24 May 2012
12
1st
just awful
Rated 04 Apr 2011
65
32nd
An eyecandy trying too hard to be a mindcandy. Pan's Labyrinth nailed it where Sucker Punch failed. On the other hand it was very impressive as an "earcandy", sound editing and soundtrack was truly mind blowing.
Rated 31 May 2015
3
5th
Snyder's "Sucker Punch" may have stylistic and visual diversity, but on every single facet of storytelling, it fails; its characters masquerading in a feminist facade, its story utterly ludicrous, and its action lacking any illusion of tension.
Rated 06 Apr 2011
85
74th
Great for your ears and fantastic for your eyes. While I usually require a good plot, I made an exception for Sucker Punch and just sat back and had fucking fun.
Rated 13 Jul 2012
42
12th
Wanted to see girls being awesome, got girls being awesome in pointless dream scenes and otherwise abused and beaten.
Rated 12 Apr 2011
20
0th
Epicly bad.
Rated 17 Apr 2011
10
0th
What to say about this clap-trap. Seriously, we're supposed to believe she makes this crap up while dancing some erotic dance for her "clients"? Utter poop.
Rated 17 Jul 2012
0
0th
This is Zack Snyder beating off for 2 hours.
Rated 19 Apr 2011
45
21st
For a film that lacks most ingredients normally deemed important in narrative films, such as characters and a story, this isn't all bad. Though fundamentally lacking any real suspense as nothing is really at stake during the action scenes, they are entertaining in a ridiculously vulgar way. But ultimately the inane dialogue scenes in between will have you yawning and rolling your eyes. All in all it leaves you wondering which direction Snyder's career is going. Oh and more thing: Meditative.
Rated 07 Apr 2013
12
2nd
Points for the art direction, even that was bleak for source sake. Fuck the exposition to hell. The dance sequences turned to pulp boredom immediately. In fact, this makes House of Flying Daggers look like the film equivalent of the Sistine Chapel. The character dev. ranks with some of the lowest ever. I figure if you tried to ask Baby Doll what her perspective on knee high stockings was, she'd sort of gawk at you for a while, then a glob of drool would drip out of her indefinitely open mouth.
Rated 09 Sep 2011
40
9th
As others already said, either you'll like this movie or you'll hate it. For me, watching Sucker Punch feels a bit like being trapped in the brain of a pubescent boy with the appearance of: hot girls in short skirts, samurai warriors with guns, zombie-steampunk soldiers, dragons and robots. To wrap things up and as a silly excuse everything is a (caution: spoiler!) dream - not really original. In combination with a mediocre soundtrack and CGI effects this was a waste of precious lifetime.
Rated 26 Apr 2011
70
71st
Every film that has Giant Samurais, Steam-Powered Nazis, Dragons and Robots in it deserves recognition. Sucker Punch has it all + good looking baby dolls! That combined with Zack Snyders visual style makes Sucker Punch a fantastic movie as entertainment. That the story isn't written by Aaron Sorkin, anyone could have guessed, but who cares as long as you get all of the above. Keep 'em coming Zack!
Rated 26 Apr 2011
0
4th
Second viewing(!): Still as bad as the first time. Thought I'd see it again to see if the plot actually made sense and I had just missed stuff, turns out I hadn't, and it doesn't. I'm not sure it's, as OMGFridge says, the worst movie I have ever seen - that said, it's certainly the worst screenplay I have ever witnessed put on film. The music is quite good though. Then the music stops, and you're reminded of how shitty the film actually is with awful dialog and forced acting. Come on, Zack.
Rated 28 Apr 2011
60
18th
A film that, at least in its current state (we'll see what the director's cut is like), is visually excellent and delivers some great action, but is let down by an ambitious yet confusing story that bites off more than it can chew and characters that leave something to be desired brought by performers that try but are let down by poor dialogue. Polarizing to say the least, it's a failed experiment as a story that nevertheless still shows technical skill and a willingness to try and be different.
Rated 12 Jul 2012
10
2nd
This movie is stupidity elevated to the power of insanity. At best it has an idiotic, nonsensical plot, and is full of regurgitated computer graphics ripped off from countless other movies. A monumental waste of time, talent and money!
Rated 08 Jul 2011
19
10th
As much as I want to say Sucker Punch is irredeemable trash I have to admit Snyder's cinematic visual skill. However I can't contain my contempt for everything else in this film. It's basically a textbook example as to why people can't stand watching most anime. Snyder tries to create a girl power movie like Russ Meyer, wherein he has a feminist film with scantly clad babes. Sucker Punch, however, isn't about female empowerment but exploitation and constant submissiveness to men.
Rated 13 Apr 2012
25
6th
Shit nuggets. Basically some crap music videos loosely connected together. Amazingly by the end it even tries to stitch some pretentious guff of a plot to it all. Style over substance is all well and good, but this doesn't even have any notable style, everything looks corny and borrowed from playstation games.
Rated 19 Feb 2016
40
32nd
This film could be the best music clip ever, instead they made a terrible film.
Rated 28 Sep 2012
0
0th
For how stylized the movie is, it's incredibly boring and filled with bland action scenes. The movie turns into a joke midway through that sadly doesn't end and keeps going. Characters don't act human they act like robots, or maybe that's just their horrible acting? Why did this get you the Superman job Zack? It shouldn't have even got you a job at McDonalds.
Rated 05 Jul 2011
30
14th
Watching this movie is like sitting next to someone who's playing a nice looking videogame but who will never let you try it out. Also, this person won't skip the boring cutscenes where characters are talking to each other and/or crying.
Rated 14 Jan 2013
35
16th
I'm not going to lie, I couldn't bring myself to finish this. And I never bail, much less review movies I've bailed on, but this... Snyder has a gifted eye and seems to have written a script tailor-made to allow him to enter whatever action fantasy lands he wants. Unfortunately, none of it carries any weight. It wants you to guess what's really going on -- if it's all a dying dream, if it's a coping-mechanism hallucination, if it's real -- but without anything firm to hang onto, nothing matters.
Rated 20 Oct 2011
90
96th
Sucker Punch has an awesome look and feel to it. The soundtrack is filled with great cover songs that set exactly the right mood whenever needed. The opening scene is one of the best I have seen to get me excited right off the beat, and it is followed by many more; all visually stunning and dreamy. It's definitely a one-to-watch in my book. And yes, as the tagline says: "You Will Be Unprepared".
Rated 16 Aug 2011
10
1st
I know I'm supposed to like this being male and all, but I really didn't. What a piece of junk. Beautiful junk, but junk none the less.
Rated 06 Jul 2017
12
13th
I wish I'd seen this in the cinema when it came out, because then I would have known to avoid all the DC tosh that followed. As with every Snyder movie I've seen the skilful visual storytelling promises so much but there's just nothing else there. Its excesses don't even make it offensive and outright repulsive like a Michael Bay flick, it's just... empty. It's a really kewl looking pop music video spliced with an ineffectual story that wants to imagine it's bold and challenging.
Rated 21 Feb 2012
48
18th
Beautiful moving pictures with no commitment to the characters. Amazing set pieces that hold no weight. CGI everything and big old yawns.
Rated 06 Aug 2011
25
2nd
One of the worst movies ever made
Rated 21 Dec 2012
2
0th
A tremendous pile a rotting garbage.
Rated 26 Mar 2011
65
12th
Sucker Punch is very stylish and original. Snyder has mastered the art of making long, interesting action scenes. He knows exactly when to slow down and speed up the pace, and every moment this film shows the "fantasy world", it truly shines. The soundtrack is amazing. Most dialogue is cliche, every character lacks depth, and Jena Malone is the only cast member that stood out. The beginning scene sucked and after the first team member dies, the plot loses all creativity.
Rated 27 Mar 2011
95
98th
On the surface, this looks like a superficial monster/action/fantasy check-your-brain-at-the-door flick, which it is--but there's more to it than that for those that care to see it. Fades a little in the last "performance" (the Key), but the denouement is very satisfying. Outstanding use of music including the opening excellent reworking of "Sweet Dreams" by the lead, Emily Browning. Looks like people are all over the ballpark rating this. High re-watchable quotient. Get the DVD/BluRay
Rated 15 Sep 2011
56
23rd
Style over substance really isn't necessarily bad, as long as the creator is aware it can be owned. But this movie tried too hard to have substance (and failed) which sank it to a level of annoyance and caused the style to get old very quickly. But the few things it has going for it, the first 15 minutes of the admittedly very cool not-yet-old style, the soundtrack, Jena Malone, and the train scene, it's just enough for me not to regret the one time view.
Rated 10 Mar 2012
5
2nd
It's almost a work of genius how a dream within a dream within a story can fail so fully on every level
Rated 28 Mar 2011
69
32nd
Hmm. I loved the first steampunk scene with girls fighting (Charlie's Angels, learn!!), and the grotesque nightclub was top knotch, as were the characters in there (the cook, the mayor). Sadly, the movie lost its tempo in the middle and got lost in action sequences, which (while being good) turn the focus away from the main story and make it look like a cheap 3D action film. The ending was okay though. All in all - okay, but no cigar.
Rated 29 Mar 2011
3
68th
Z.Snyder needs a lot more more practice with screenwriting to bring it on the level with his direction. This said, plot is really bad. Too much sources for 'dream' scenes makes it annoying, since there are no connections. Also only map 'dream' is really good projection among 'escape items'. I expected some references and there are none mentionable. Overall it's only feast for eyes, some decent music and suffering for brains.
Rated 08 Jul 2011
38
0th
Why oh why did I watch this?
Rated 02 Jan 2012
20
1st
Snyder's obtuse, heavy-handed, oh-I-want-to-make-a-daring-film-like-Fight-Club steampunk fairy tale must frustrate even die hard videogame and anime fans. This team of cosplay girls with guns and katanas are hardly attractive: the film is nothing more than a clumsy mess of pop references, with uneven storytelling, dizzying CGI sequences, terrible covers of great songs (Beatles, Pixies) and an annoying motivational message all the way.
Rated 08 Aug 2011
76
43rd
On the one hand it feels hollow and insubstantial - the story is a sketched-on teenage afterthought scribbled around some unrelated music-video-style action sequences. However, if you can put expectations aside, these spectacular sequences have enough visual flair, CGI and greenscreen camera-rotating trickery to happily entertain an idle mind for 90 minutes. It's so clearly the work of a literary midget but a technical giant. I'll forgive Snyder his sins and call this some kind of flawed fun.
Rated 14 Oct 2014
5
0th
Surely, lobotomy can't be as bad as this film. The joke's not funny? Well, neither is this crap.
Rated 17 Nov 2013
20
3rd
Hey guys what if we had these hot chicks and they fought like samurai robots and stuff and also like zombie nazis with gas masks and the hot chicks were like superheros and/or hookers and oh there's a shitty twist at the end.
Rated 10 Feb 2012
40
23rd
Lack of boobs and gore makes this film mediocre at best.
Rated 15 Jul 2012
90
87th
This isn't the happiest movie in the world but I could almost say that it might be one of the more stylish movies out there. This movie takes the slow-mo action from the Matrix to a new level. I love all the action scenes in this, even if they are a little out there, like Zombie Nazis or Space Robots. Emily Browning was just absolutely stunning in this. I mean wow. Kind of a bummer of an ending but it made sense. This movie had fantastic style and was all around really enjoyable.
Rated 09 Apr 2011
1
2nd
The usual stuff, CGI ok, story bland. Reminds me a bit of a videogame with exceptional graphics, licensed soundtrack, but mediocre gameplay. Nothing else to add.
Rated 14 Apr 2011
3
75th
A movie literally designed frame-by-frame with a magnificent collection of remixes for it's soundtrack.
Rated 22 Sep 2013
30
12th
I found it really stupid.
Rated 15 Apr 2011
59
26th
i keep going and going... he stays put! nothing new, nothing original. idea was OK! but rest? i never liked you zack but now hate you zack, i really hate you!
Rated 18 Apr 2011
55
26th
Just a bunch of ridiculous excuses for some fantasy action sequences, but I have to admit that it's still kinda fun... at times.
Rated 27 Oct 2021
16
7th
trash. let's just not let zack snyder direct nor write anything ever again, please.
Rated 19 Apr 2011
46
5th
The fact that this movie is shit didn't surprise me, so I was not disappointed. My expectations were just about perfectly met. The script is dire, the characters are hugely unmemorable, the gender politics are questionable, and the action is boring, pointless, and has that horribad washed-out colour-grade look. It gets a little bit interesting towards the end, but then opts out and concludes by telling the audience to go mash some cunts, eh
Rated 26 Jul 2021
46
29th
It's almost a travesty to waste such visuals on such nonsense. The first hour however looks much better than the rest.
Rated 19 Jul 2011
50
11th
Zack Snyder's first original effort after a remake (Dawn of the Dead) and two adaptations (300 and Watchmen), Sucker Punch flopped on release and I can kind of see why, if you were a teenage boy you'd need a boil wash to get the stains out of your underwear, sadly I'm knocking on the door of 30 and it didn't quite have the same effect on me. A total case of style over substance, it looks mighty fine at times, but resembles a series of computer game cut scenes rather than a coherent film
Rated 16 Jun 2011
63
55th
If you do not mind much of the story or try to find the message out of the film, it's watchable. The first part of the movie was pure honey, but after that dances started to repeat old tricks and lost they charm. The last trip was already boring. I liked the overall outlook of the mental house and the bold score which did not bow to any particular decade. Björk was the best!
Rated 16 Jul 2020
80
62nd
Staking out a unique place at the crossroads of MOULIN ROUGE, GAME OF THRONES and THE EXPENDABLES, Snyder can't really bring anything new to the individual elements, but taken as a big, sometimes ugly and careless pot of gumbo, this does supply its own rewards; while plotting is sometimes too cryptic, and the full-on musical numbers don't quite mesh with the action mayhem, the cast is good-spirited and ready to play, even steering the narrative over some "problematic" speed bumps. Good fun.
Rated 19 Jun 2011
65
17th
Loved the first 10 minutes, but everything afterward is one gorgeous P.O.S. Perhaps Snyder should stick to scripts that aren't penned by himself...
Rated 01 Nov 2014
75
82nd
Eat shit nerds, this movie rules
Rated 20 Jun 2011
45
11th
The script is an abomination, and so is much, if not all, of the acting.
Rated 30 Apr 2013
70
7th
So much potential wasted
Rated 28 Feb 2012
50
24th
Imagine what Snyder could do if he got hold of a top class script, great actors and a coherent story. It boggles the mind because this is contemptible trash and is still watchable for the most part.
Rated 19 Jul 2011
45
4th
Omg, this is so stupid. But it looks cool.
Rated 22 Jun 2011
10
2nd
...and? It is you :D:D:D:D:D.
Rated 02 Jul 2011
85
76th
I'll put my credibility on the line and say that this is the most misunderstood movie of the year. Snyder may be only a so-so writer, but his direction is pure genius and behind all those gorgeous effects, there IS substance. I can't wait for Snyder's Superman.
Rated 04 Jul 2011
57
25th
Zack Snyder puts the"Suck" in "Sucker Punch", a feminist movie for people who like to watch women on trampolines.

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