And just as how it should be, Zack Snyder films an hour worth of material, and then skillfully pulls it to a decent movie length with overexcessive but gratifyingly cozy slow motion. Yet another movie about disappearing into our private mind fortresses when we can’t properly handle reality anymore. Just as in McMorrow’s Franklyn or Del Toro’s El laberinto del fauno or, in a way, Nic Balthazar’s amazing but obscure Ben X. Anyway. Movie’s released to the theaters on March 25, 2011.