Baby doll’s (Emily Browning) worst nightmare begins when her mother dies, a terrible incident happens regarding her step father and she is sent to a mental institute. She has five days before a doctor comes in-requested by her step father-to perform an evasive procedure that will dramatically change her life. She takes her mind into another world as she recruits other girls, Rocket (Jena Malone), Sweet Pea (Abbie Cornish), Blondie (Vanessa Hudgens) and Amber (Jamie Chung), to collect four items that would aide in their escape both mentally and in reality. Will they escape? Will Baby doll confuse reality with imagery thoughts and get stuck in limbo?  

Review: 

            So, to start off, I thought the film was better than I expected. I thought this film was only going to show off half naked girls fighting in horrible computer graphic scenes and a terrible plot; but I was wrong. I don’t love the movie but I do like it. This movie was both confusing and interesting. I enjoyed the beginning; it reminded me of a comic book because there are no words, it’s all just shown through the emotional scenes; a little original. I also thought that the graphics weren’t that bad to view, even though it was unreal, I still believed it was happening. Even though, it is a good story, I thought it could be better, to give me the “wow” shock factor to always remember the film but it didn’t. That’s okay, maybe it’s not that type of film.  The acting was good and costumes were manageable. All in all, I could see myself watching this film again.