Sucker Punch

Sucker Punch

Mike Sullivan spends his nights kidnapping runaways so his boss, Lamar, can turn them into prostitutes. He is a crack addict and a thief and he is in love with a resentful prostitute, Rhonda, who doesn't love him back. Although he has aspirations of escaping this world, it isn't until he is nearly killed by corrupt cops for stealing money from his boss that he decides to redeem himself. In an attempt to save his own soul, he tries to get Rhonda out of the business, and is forced to battle Lamar and his henchmen, as well as Rhonda's unwillingness to change. As punishment for betraying Lamar, Mike is forced into a series of misdeeds, and in a shocking ending, must commit unredeemable acts as he tries to save Rhonda and himself.

Mike Sullivan spends his nights kidnapping runaways so his boss, Lamar, can turn them into prostitutes. He is a crack addict and a thief and he is in love with a resentful prostitute, Rhonda, who doesn't love him back. Although he has aspirations of escaping this world, it isn't until he is nearly killed by corrupt cops for stealing money from his boss that he decides to redeem himself. In an attempt to save his own soul, he tries to get Rhonda out of the business, and is forced to battle Lamar and his henchmen, as well as Rhonda's unwillingness to change. As punishment for betraying Lamar, Mike is forced into a series of misdeeds, and in a shocking ending, must commit unredeemable acts as he tries to save Rhonda and himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Karl G (fr) wrote: Seen it all coming before it happened, still enjoyed it though! Dialogue from other side of phone was a bit lacking! Not bad!

Seth B (nl) wrote: I believe a american remake or a sequel is going to be done, with William Dafoe, called the Hunter....

Amy H (ag) wrote: Movie started off quite interesting, but just go downhiill and have no idea where this movie is going. Lost interest

Camilla S (fr) wrote: I nowe were the shoe are,on the head of busch.IRAK.

Private U (mx) wrote: The Bestest Ever Representation of Lust! I can not give this movie enough praise and I can not find words to credit this amazing production. Would be highly received by the younger gay men of my generation, I'm Sure the wider gay audience would love to criticise and receive a broader representation which is accurate through obvious misguided or wrong interpretations which are only fair, But this movie speaks to the heart! This movie is honest, direct and will leave you lusting and aspiring from more in life but happy and content with what you have. I would highly recomend this movie to my friends a must watch! Warning: Hot Unlabelled Male Friends who will leave you lusting for more! A must see: 5 Stars! All my Love :) Micky P x

Gary S (nl) wrote: Wonderful. The best film in ages.. A fairly realistic take on drug addiction (ok sometimes a bit sanitised and too neat ending). Amazing performances from the boy, and from Kera Knightley...

Susan D (mx) wrote: Oh, Darlings, this movie is beyond interesting and bizarre. Right up my alley.

Sanford R (ru) wrote: It was alright. Kind of a bizarre movie. I wasn't really that into it though.

Timothy S (nl) wrote: "Waxwork" is a silly but mostly enjoyable throwback horror film that harkens back to two of the best era the genre has ever known, the 1930's and 1940's classic monster movie and the 1980's where make-up artists actually crafted special effects rather than putting them together via a computer. It's not a great film, but it is good fun most of the way, showing a healthy respect for the films of the past the way most modern horror films would never dream of doing. Granted, some of the make-up, especially the werwolf, seem simple and cheap, but they were also clearly lovingly and painstakingly created by the extensive effects team. I'll take that over lazy CGI any day of the week. Writer/director Anthony Hickox would hone his craft and become a decent B-movie maker, but the pacing in his debut feature is spotty at best. It's really his imagination as the screenwriter that shines in this. And even though there are a lot of great homages to classic films of yesteryear, this doesn't shy away from the grislier aspects of the genre. The bright, young cast is appealing, and the epic fight that concludes it is marvelous despite (or maybe because of) the clunky choreography and clumsy camerawork. There's plenty to like in "Waxwork" despite all the obvious flaws, but I mostly admired it because its ambition is clearly larger than its budget. It's good old fashioned fun that was evidently made with great love and affection that helps you to overlook the lax pacing and familiar story.

Ian C (fr) wrote: tv fick ,the legend that is eric roberts is immense as the sleaze bag Paul Snider

Markku R (ru) wrote: Picturesque but hollow.

Brent D (kr) wrote: "Eventually, Konga would have to kill in order to prove that my experiment was a success."Extremely cheesy and unintentionally funny movie. Some of the worst special effects I've seen in a late 1950s-60s monster movie (especially the shots of the giant ape hanging on to Decker and his assistant). Stupid, but entertaining.

Gail R (de) wrote: Great P-40 footage, an OK story of character, integrity and priorities. P-40s, John Wayne - a great combination!

Ash M (fr) wrote: Brilliant script and even a more brilliant cast.

Brandon C (ru) wrote: Tarzan feels like a wild ride through the jungle with its amazing soundtrack done by Phil Collins!

Augustine H (gb) wrote: This sequel may be clichd and even unnecessary in some sense, but definitely entertaining for fans of the cast and Rajasthan.

Tom B (au) wrote: This movie... is terrible. BUT, I recommend it anyways! It's funny and clumsily cheerful. Don't expect any on-screen genius, but it's enjoyable if you like awkward situations.

Calvin R (jp) wrote: Entertaining and my favourite part is the voguing scene. Loved it.