Wednesday, June 1, 2011

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Sucker Punch is a 2011 action-fantasy thriller film about the fantasies of a young woman who is committed to a mental institution. It was written by Steve Shibuya and Zack Snyder and directed by Snyder. The film features an ensemble cast starring Emily Browning as the central character (Babydoll) and Abbie Cornish as the deuteragonist (Sweet Pea), as well as Oscar Isaac (Blue).

The film was released in both conventional and IMAX theatres in the US at midnight on March 25, 2011.
* 1 Plot
* 2 Cast
* 3 Title
* 4 Production
o 4.1 Development
o 4.2 Casting
o 4.3 Training
o 4.4 Production and design
* 5 Music
* 6 Marketing
o 6.1 Home media release
* 7 Reception
o 7.1 Critical reaction
o 7.2 Box office
* 8 References
* 9 External links



In the 1960s, a 20-year-old gir, nicknamed "Babydoll" (Emily Browning), is institutionalized by her abusive stepfather (Gerard Plunkett) at the Lennox House for the Mentally Insane after she is blamed for the death of her younger sister. Blue Jones (Oscar Isaac), one of the asylum's orderlies, is bribed by Babydoll's stepfather into forging the signature of the asylum's psychiatrist, Dr. Vera Gorski (Carla Gugino), to have Babydoll lobotomized, so she can neither inform the authorities of the true circumstances leading to her sister's death, nor reclaim her recently deceased mother's fortune. As Babydoll enters the institution, she takes note of several items that would be integral if she were to attempt an escape.

In the days prior to her lobotomy, Babydoll retreats to a fantasy world in which she is newly arrived in a brothel owned by Blue, whom she envisions as a mobster. She befriends four other dancers — Amber (Jamie Chung), Blondie (Vanessa Hudgens), Rocket (Jena Malone), and Rocket's older sister, Sweet Pea (Abbie Cornish). Dr. Gorski is envisioned as the girls' dance instructor, informing Babydoll that her virginity would be sold to a client known as "The High Roller" (Jon Hamm). Gorski encourages Babydoll to perform an erotic dance, during which Babydoll fantasizes that she was in feudal Japan, meeting the Wise Man (Scott Glenn). After expressing her desire to "escape," the Wise Man presents Babydoll with weapons. He tells her that she would need to collect five items for an escape: a map, fire, a knife, a key and a fifth, unrevealed item that would require "great sacrifice". Before parting ways, he instructs her to "defend herself," and she is confronted by three demonic samurai, which she defeats. As her fantasy ends, she finds herself back in the brothel, her dance impressing Blue and other onlookers.
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