PG-13 | | Action, Fantasy
A young girl is institutionalized by her abusive stepfather, retreating to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, envisioning a plan to help her escape.
According to director Zach Snyder, Emily Browning's character Baby Doll (who is supposedly naive to guns) shows off way more experience with handling a gun than she should have. She had already received intense weapons training for the action scenes, and was unable to ... ...
Everyone has an Angel. A Guardian who watches over us. We can't know what form they'll take. One day, old man. Next day, little girl. But don't let appearances fool you, they can be as fierce as any dragon. Yet they're not here to fight our battles,...
In the dressing room when Sweet Pea, Rocket and Blondie talk about not helping Baby Doll, their movements not matching their mirror images. Doubles are being used. This is done so the camera can move behind them without being reflected.
Behind the final credits, there are short disconnected snippets of a musical performance involving Blue, Mrs Gorski and the dancers, performing "Love is the Drug".
BRL 778,851 (Brazil) (27 March 2011)
$36,392,502 (USA) (26 May 2011)
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