A young girl (Baby Doll) is locked away in a mental asylum by her abusive stepfather where she will undergo a lobotomy in five days' time. Faced with unimaginable odds, she retreats to a fantastical world in her imagination where she and four other female inmates at the asylum, plot to escape the facility. The lines between reality and fantasy blur as Baby Doll and her four companions, as well as a mysterious guide, fight to retrieve the five items they need that will allow them to break free from their captors before it's too late...Written by
Each of the lead girls had to undergo strict physical training which involved doing dead-lifts up to 96 kilograms several months before shooting. Vanessa Hudgens called that period "tormenting" and she broke down several times. In scenes where she's seen crying, she actually brought out moments from those sessions. See more »
When the priest is dropping Babydoll off from the orphanage, you initially see her signature head band placed behind her pigtails. As it cuts between her and Blue, you see it move to in front of them (probably because headbands tend to slip if not anchored, especially when there's movement involved) where it remains for the rest of he movie. See more »
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, but to whisper from our heart. Reminding that it's us. Its everyone of us who holds power over the world we create.
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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". See more »
There is an extended cut that is 18 minutes longer than the theatrical cut only available on Blu-ray. See more »
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You know why I own it on DVD? Because when I watch movies I want action. I want violence. I want force. I want flaunting thin babes showing me their slender bodies. Sue me. I am a man. I don't want a film that looks like my day-to-day when I walk by the shopping plaza and fat women are munching on donuts and coffee.
This was fun, had good CGI, there was action and the babe was super thin.
I will rewatch this often (sorry all the stupid remakes out there!).
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