It’s still puzzling why Zack Snyder’s pop-culture pastiche film Sucker Punch bombed out. Many critics felt that it alienated its audiences by rampantly objectifying women as action heroes in skin-tight outfits, and ultimately the $82 million movie failed to have much commercial or cultural impact.
If you were of the same opinion – you were wrong. Fast-talking pop culture critic Bob Chipman suggests that it operates on a much deeper level – containing a satire of the sexploitation genre that goes easily missed.
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