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Critic Reviews for Punch
Punch is a fascinating curiosity, in some ways as confused and unresolved as its characters.
This is a good premise, but written and acted in a fashion that rings false.
A flawed film that despite having some curiosities ends up looking too smart for its own good.
[B]izarre, would-be literary exploration of incestuous father-daughter attraction, anger management, and women beating the crap out of each other...
In some respects, Punch still packs some, but it will leave you feeling woozy and glad when the bell rings.
Audience Reviews for Punch
Ariel seems too dependant on her dad Sam. When this dependency is threatened by Sam's girlfriend (Mary), Ariel punches her. It turns out that Mary's sister is a boxer. Who knows what will happen?
Sick but ultimately stupid film about a young woman obsessed with her own father. It's one of those films which you watch because you can't believe what you're seeing. I kept asking myself if it could get any worse and the answer was yes, yes, and yes. Not only do we have the story of the girl who wants to screw her dad, there is also the subplot of his new girlfriend and her topless boxing sister. Yes, this film has it all folks. Girl with incest on her mind, dad who halfway wants to do her, girlfriend who knows something creepy is going on, and her saggy boobed sister who fights other saggy boobed women while topless. WOOT! No sex actually takes place, but girl tries to seduce her dad my asking him to give her a breast exam. He complies. Nice boobs by the way. She later tries to seduce the handyman (or whatever the guy) is on her dad's bed and you see a bit of crotch. Very exciting I'm sure. He turns her down and she is upset. Throws herself on dad's bed to sniff his manly aroma. Or something. I don't know. We have some female fighting between psycho incest girl and saggy boobed sister and it mercifully ends a few minutes later. Why am I spoiling this? Cause it deserves to be spoiled. And ripped to pieces. And burned. :rotten: It's a Canadian flick. I blame Lawn.
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