'Sucker Punch,'Zack Snyder's scantily-clad-girl kick-ass action flick that has taken a lot of flack from the critics (who mostly lambasted the storyline but were awed by the special effects), has now come on for some feminist criticism by director Joe Wright.

Speaking at Wondercon in L.A. on Saturday, Wright took the film to task. "For me, one of the main issues in terms of women's place in society and feminism is the sexual objectification of women," he said. "That's something that feminists in the '70s tried to fight against but has been totally lost in the 21st century consumer-celebrity world. So for me, when I look at the poster for 'Sucker Punch' it seems actually incredibly sexist, because it is sexually objectifying women regardless of if they can shoot you or not."
Sucker Punch Movie Poster
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