From the visionary director of "WATCHMEN" and "300"
One of my most anticipated movies of the year. There are much more coming soon. :)
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I have to say that the imaginary escape is way too extreme and dangerous. Every dance move that Baby Doll (Emily Browning) makes, she will be pulling into different dimensions for an epic encounter to break free. The Sweet Escape. :P
#1: Demon Samurai Giants
..........which are so damn terrifying (you wouldn't believe what you just saw) and makes me start worrying will Baby gets hurt? Well, it seems the reality creates the answer that can be reflected in this world. Rocket got killed by the chef in reality and in the imaginary world, yeah. T.T
#2: World War I German zombie soldiers, using steam to recreate the dead soldiers a.k.a trenches. We are in war zone.#3: Featuring the castle where flaming dragons hide and volcanic river as the base.
#3, Not to mention the robot warriors in a train as well, in an strange futuristic place which has...erm Saturn?? COOL!!!
The movie included a bunch of twisted story lines. Full of suspenses. I might need Snyder's thinking skills to figure out the meaning. Or perhaps Nolan's.
The special effects by Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures are all guaranteed. The most important elements of the show: Slow-mo and the Visual Art Scenes such as: the zoom-in spinning button, the wind-blowing fluorescent lights' flame, the falling destruction of the Zeppelin. Intense explosion as well.
These elements are used to be presented in 3D which Malaysia didn't get to release it in that form but as a replacement, luckily we have it in Digital 2D, as long as it gets a "Dee" right? LOL! XP Anyway, it doesn't kill my commitment to this movie at all. We miss the chance to see 3-D bullets popping out in front of our eyes. :S
The hot chicks are totally outstanding in the fighting scenes. For all the wise boys out there, you should not miss this show. (winks)
The musics and songs are definitely fit the whole movie perfectly. In the beginning of the movie, the song Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) which included in the original score performed by Emily Browning herself is bringing us into the storyline and has made a good opening after all.
#2 Official Trailer is awesome!!!!!!!!
There's some commons on Zack's productions.
1) Some attachments to the war:
In the story of Watchmen, Dr Manhattan has helped United States to win the Vietnam War.
In 300, King Leonidas and a force of 300 men fight the Persians at Thermopylae.
In Sucker Punch, World War I appeared in the imaginary world!!!
2) He seems love to take us back to earlier years by a time machine:
Sucker Punch: Back in 1950's
Watchmen: Back in 1985.
300: Back in 480 B.C.
Watch it if you like: DOA: Dead Or Alive (2006), The Matrix (1999) , and of course Zack Snyder's masterpieces.
"Zack Snyder, make your next move (movie)."
Sucker Punch, rated PG13 is strongly recommended for everyone.
PS: Experience the video game like never before.