O que se diz lá fora sobre SUCKER PUNCH, de Zack Snyder:
«There is nothing here to enjoy, beyond the tiny satisfaction in noting that the movie lives up to its name.»
A.O. Scott, New York Times.
«Like Quentin Tarantino, Snyder is unapologetic about his influences - the trashier the better - though he's far less skilled in the art of pastiche.»
Peter Debruge, Variety.
«The music screeches, the actors vamp, the knives and weapons and bombs and fireballs fly around the screen. Meanwhile, the well-prepared moviegoer slips into her or his own private fantasy of a world in which movie effects are themselves locked away in an institution for the criminally insane until such time as those effects are really, truly necessary for the story.»
Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly.
«Certain to create a gaping divide between generational and aesthetic camps, SUCKER PUNCH is a largely grim and unpleasant display of technical wizardry wrapped around a story that purports to be inspirational.»
Todd McCarthy, The Hollywood Reporter.
«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 list of directors who are trying to reinvent a personal, auteurist vision of cinema at the most commercial, mass-market, attention-disordered end of the spectrum.»
Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.com.