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Family-Faith Film Review: Sucker Punch

April 1, 2011

Family-Faith Film Review: Sucker Punch
By Catholic Office of Film and Broadcasting

Sucker Punch — Inchoate fantasy designed especially for those who like their movies to be thrill rides devoid of such niceties as coherent plot, writing or wrap-up. Director Zack Snyder, who co-wrote the screenplay with Steve Shibuya, supposedly folds a “girl power” message somewhere in here among the bustiers, long false eyelashes and set-piece fights pitting a quintet of combative maidens — played by Emily Browning, Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone, Vanessa Hudgens and Jamie Chung — against hosts of robot soldiers. The whole undertaking is obviously aimed at an audience of adolescent boys. Considerable intense gun and knife violence, at least one instance of profanity, fleeting crude language, and a couple of scenes of sexual menace. A-III — adults. (PG-13) 2011

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