Please people don't go see this movie, it would tell Hollywood that audiences don't care about good story telling; it would give the message that if they show a pretty image and throw money at a lousy script everybody would still go see it.
I was curious what will Zack Snyder's first original script would be like, so I read the script for the movie. The dialogue of the movie is very awkward and there are a bunch of plot holes. From the trailer I wasn't very impressed by it.Too late, honestly.
And also, have you seen it or are you judging it by what other told you?
Are you implying that a good script can't have kick ass action scenes?Black Z Eddie said:Cool Action Scenes + Hotties + Skimpy outfits + Weaponry + Giant Samurai > a fucking script written for/by pansy-asses.
I wasn't implying, I was stating...When I go see an action flick, the action and eye candy takes precedence over script (so long it's not B movie'ish). Likewise, if I go see a comedy flick, I expect it to be funny. If I go see a drama flick (which is almost like never), I expect to use up half a roll of toilet paper.Are you implying that a good script can't have kick ass action scenes?
Then, do what Lamborghini did, build your own. Instead of preaching, he did something about it.Look I enjoy going to the movies, and the recent laziness in the movie industry to churn out better movies is frustrating. Is it bad to ask for better movies that can still deliver great action? I just don't like this trend of dumbing down movies and showing something shiny to distract you from the lack of a good story.
Sucker Punch is like a story that would have been written by a teenage fanboy who spent his night sucking down Red Bulls while playing video games only to realize that he has a creative writing assignment due the next morning.