Sucker Punch 
The plot is paper-thin, the characters are underdeveloped, the ending is rushed and a little weak but, somehow, miraculously, it all works. It’s no surprise that a movie featuring five gorgeous women with big weapons can be entertaining, but it really is. The film works, mainly, on an audiovisual level, as narrative is not Zack Snyder’s strong suit, but the Asian-inspired, futuristic-yet-retro aesthetic is magnificent. Carla Gugino and Oscar Isaac are terrific in their roles, as well.
This movie hasn’t gotten very good reviews. It’s nice to see a contrary opinion. Zack Snyder was becoming the new M. Night Shyamalan for me. Starting out great with each film getting a little worse than the next. Hope when I see this I enjoy it as much as you did.
I want to see this, even though it’s gotten HORRIBLE reviews.
Yeah, I think the critics were a little harsh with this one. It wasn’t THAT bad.
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