The Under-Ranked: Sucker Punch

Ross Bonaime

Ross has been a lover of films for as long as he can remember. Since childhood, he has engulfed himself with movies, always trying to learn and watch more than any one lone human should ever attempt. Ross went to George Mason University, where he received a bachelors degree in communication with a focus in journalism and a film studies minor. He is a writer for Paste Magazine and Brightest Young Things. He loves all films, genres and periods. From George Melies to Christopher Nolan, Ross will watch anything to further his ongoing film education. Ross can be found at  rbonaime on Flickchart.

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2 Responses

  1. Jandy Stone says:

    I was surprised at how much I liked Bright Star – I’m not that into 19th-century period pieces lately, I’m not a big fan of Keats, and I’m don’t always like Jane Campion films. But you’re right, Cornish totally sells the film, and she’s an absolute joy to watch throughout. I hope she does more stuff like THAT in the future.

  2. Ross Bonaime says:

    Yeah…after seeing Sucker Punch, she definitely needs to do more films like Bright Star. I’m actually very confused as to why Cornish and Malone agreed to do Sucker Punch, it really seems like a complete 180 from what they usually do.