Sucker Punch
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A young girl is institutionalized by her abusive stepfather, retreating to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, envisioning a plan to help her escape.... (Full plot summary below)

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A young girl is institutionalized by her abusive stepfather, retreating to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, envisioning a plan to help her escape.

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Movie Reviews - 10/10 by Rob GonsalvesHow can we take action cinema, or babes-with-guns flicks, remotely seriously (if we ever could) after Sucker Punch? Snyder has created a monument to entertainment that he loves but, presumably, hates himself for loving.
Film Comment Magazine - 9/10 by Scott FoundasIt'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).
KWQC-TV (Iowa) - 9/10 by Linda CookYep. That's exactly what audiences will feel after they've plopped down their hard-earned dollars for this mess of a movie.
Tampa Bay Times - 9/10 by Steve PersallSucker Punch is a movie overpowered by imagination, practically daring viewers to bail out of theaters at every turn. A few Friday matinee patrons did just that, and I haven't felt so envious of anyone in a long time.
Boston Herald - 9/10 by James VerniereOh, what an endless, punishing, unholy mess this film is. I would have preferred a foreign language without subtitles to the dialogue in "Sucker Punch."
E! Online - 9/10 by Luke Y. ThompsonSseems to be trying for the most expensive art film ever, but the story -- about girls in a mental institution who detach from reality -- often sidetracks in favor of cool visuals that don't necessarily make sense.
Philadelphia Daily News - 9/10 by Gary ThompsonWith all of his green-screen, CGI, treated-image technology, all Snyder does here is transport the audience into the middle of a pretty lame video game.
AV Club - 9/10 by Nathan RabinSnyder has described it as "Alice In Wonderland with machine guns," but it's more like The Pussycat Dolls Present Steampunk Kill Bill, only more assaultive and pandering than that description suggests.
Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Alberta) - 8/10 by Brian GibsonA 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.
Sydney Morning Herald - 8/10 by Giles HardieThere is so much front to this that traditional depths of character development and motivation are sidelined, but this is intentional, allowing the audience to immerse in the layers of dreams and later piece together what actually happened.

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