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In its opening weekkết thúc, Zachồng Snyder"s lachạy thử ocular feast got its well-shaped tush kicked by a sequel lớn a kids" movie—và we can"t help but think that the less-than-stellar review had something lớn bởi with that.

Here"s a sampling of what the critical major leagues had to lớn say.

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"I"d suggest the film is a wonderfully wild provocation—an imperfect, overlong, intemperate và utterly absorbing romp through the id that I wouldn"t have sầu missed for the world."—Betsy Sharkey, The Los Angeles Times

"Sucker Punch doesn"t all work by a long shot, but it confirms my sense that Snyder belongs near the top of a very short danh sách of directors who are trying to lớn reinvent a personal, auteurist vision of cinema at the most commercial, mass-market, attention-disordered end of the spectrum."Andrew O"Hehir, Salon

"...A series of preposterously overblown music videos, thick with the heavy desaturation và pitch-bkết thúc slo-mo that dominates all Snyder"s other pictures. Which is fine, but to lớn truly blow us away, all this sense-assaulting pizzazz requires both svào connective tissue và an emotional anchor."—Dan Jolin, Empire Magazine



"The visual palette suggests the creepy pastel paintings of Guy Peellaert (Roông xã Dreams); the fantasy battles with monsters & samurais emang đến the muscular landscapes of Frank Frazetta and Boris Vallejo. The movie is like an arrested adolescent"s Google search run amok."—Richard Corliss, TIME

"The explosions, spearings, decapitations and all-out mayhem, much of it executed with the sort of elegant moves & delayed aerial suspension pioneered in The Matrix, will delight fans who crave this sort of thing from movies above all else. ... But the dreamlike or imaginary context in which these sequences are presented automatically drains them of any sense of engagement."—Todd McCarthy, The Hollywood Reporter

"Assaulted by the pounding, monotonous violence and derivative videogame scenargame ios of Sucker Punch, my hostage eyeballs began to flicker much lượt thích those of Babydoll (Emily Browning), the child-woman waif whose degrading travails provide this fantasy with its nonsensical action."—Lisa Scharzbaum, Entertainment Weekly

"This is a green-screen, mash-up Clip game with an indecipherable plot; scantily clad, busty women giving flat performances, & the least interesting villains & monsters in recent memory. That it comes Zachồng Snyder, from the creative force behind 300 & Watchmen, only makes it that much more disappointing."—Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times

"Zachồng Snyder"s imagination is certainly feverish, though not exactly fertile. Mr.

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Snyder, whose previous live-action films are, in ascending order of chất lượng, 300, Watchmen and the 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead, specializes in recombining pulp pop clichés inkhổng lồ grotesque & bloated spectacles that show just enough visual bravura khổng lồ be disappointing rather than merely awful."—A.O. Scott, The Thủ đô New York Times

"The women, as they vì chưng in so many supernhân vật tales, lounge in tight blouses & tiny skirts—barely enough upon which to lớn hang their ninja swords. Though that may delight comic book devotees (& fans of the Japanese animé story Sailor Moon, whose characters bear a striking resemblance to Punch"s), it won"t vày much for fans of, say, narrative sầu, plot or character."—Scott Bowles, USA Today

"Looks aren"t everything. Case in point: Sucker Punch, a dazzling visual design that goes tone-deaf every time it opens its dumb mouth or makes claims to lớn profundity."—Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

"So far, the raw material has been distinctive enough to camouflage Snyder"s increasingly threadbare bag of tricks: toggling between slow and fast motion, extreme close-ups and vertiginous long shots. He feeds baông xã the kind of bastardized cinematic effects that comic books, pop videos và games took from film in the first place. It"s a high-impact, low-return aesthetic that promotes a tawdry gloss above character và story."—Tom Charity, CNN

"Director Zack Snyder and his production crew clearly had great fun envisioning this swords-and-corsets fantasy. Few others are likely lớn approach their cấp độ of enjoyment."—Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post

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