Spring Breakers 2013 R CC

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(2,477) IMDb 5.3/10
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At a wild Spring Break, sexy college girls (Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson) get mixed up with drug dealer/rapper Alien (James Franco). He introduces them to a lavish life of crime, armed with AK-47s and bikinis.

Starring:
James Franco, Selena Gomez
Runtime:
1 hour 34 minutes

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Spring Breakers

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Genres Drama
Director Harmony Korine
Starring James Franco, Selena Gomez
Supporting actors Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, Rachel Korine, Gucci Mane, Heather Morris, Ash Lendzion, Emma Holzer, Lee Irby, Jeff Jarrett, Russell Curry, Josh Randall, Travis Duncan, John McClain, Paige Anderson, Rebecca Kauffman, Tony Robinette, Megan Russell, Kathryn Trail
Studio A24 Films, LLC
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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This movie suffers from bad writing, acting, and story line.
W. McKee
There is *almost* a story in this film, and I have seen music videos that have more fully developed characters and plot.
Mahlon H.
The movie wasn't too bad, just had a hard time getting into it.
Michael Fredrickson

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I was really, really surprised by this film. The preview does not really do it justice, as this is NOT a film about a white gangsta and a crew of Girls Gone Wild armed robbers. Yes, there is a white gangster, and there are sexy girls in bikinis robbing and shooting. But the film is not actually about those facts. The film is a study in CONTRAST (both visual and thematic), and in challenging your expectations. The filmmaker is really, really good at changing gears once you think you understand the characters' motivations, or where the plot is going. At first, Franco's "Alien" character seems like a con-man hustler, and you feel an almost paternal fear for the girls as he sucks them into his world, but this perspective does not last long, and soon you are starting to wonder if the girls are really just using him as he grows more emotionally attached to them. They turn the tables on his apparent supremacy in a scene involving his gun collection and his bedroom, and the sexual dynamic of the group shifts radically.

On that topic, there is surprisingly little sex in the film. The scenes of spring break debauchery leave the actual act to the imagination for the most part, and by the time sex actually occurs in the Franco-Girls gang, it is far more emotional than you have been expecting. The scene where Franco's "Alien" serenades the ladies with a Brittany Spears song SHOULD have been a point of ridicule, but as it was happening, all I could think was that this is EXACTLY how a character like Alien would express his genuine emotions.

The film is shockingly beautiful, visually. The moments of color contrast are perfect.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Bruce R. MacDonald on March 20, 2014
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Seems like this is a wandering, incoherent non-entity of a screen play. I never ever leave movies in the middle but I couldn't make it through this. If you want babes in bikinis the internet is full of them. The director was able to hone a sense of impending peril but without generating any empathy. This was a slow motion train wreck involving characters we don't care about. Watch something else.
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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Militum on March 24, 2014
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This movie lacked. It was meant to be a view of American culture - it was also meant to be a decent film. I can't seriously recommend this film to anyone. It was an unrealistic portrayal of three friends going on a spring break. They decide from moment one to empower themselves through violent crime and coincidentally fund their trip. This marks the high point of the story and the downward spiral of the plot. They get busted while on spring break and sent to jail for a misdemeanor. While there, they meet a stereotypical antagonist who gets them out of the bind. If you close your eyes and imagine the next stupidest choice they could make, you've guessed the next plot "twist". The conclusion of the girls' spring break was impossibly unfulfilling and was only shocking in that it was actually put into the final cut of the film.

The acting was passable even though the roles seemed more an attempt to break out of the actresses' childhood roles into anything else.

Your life shouldn't be wasted on this film.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rich on June 26, 2014
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Spring Breakers is an absolute waste of time and money. There's quite a bit of nudity in the movie and that's about the best thing. I can't believe this movie was in the theaters and I read there's definitely going to be a sequel. These actors must of been bored to sign up for it. I wonder how much James Franco, Selena Gomez, and Vanessa Hudgens got paid. They really only had to memorize about 4-5 pages of a script it seemed like. Don't waste your time and money on this trash.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By cmj on July 8, 2014
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HORRIBLE AND EMBARASSINGLY STUPID!!!! SHOULD BE A NEGATIVE 100 STARS!!!
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176 of 253 people found the following review helpful By dnbguy on July 18, 2013
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First off, this film is intended to be disturbing, and to create knee jerk reactions. Sometimes art wants us to examine ourselves, and often, through that process, things may hit a little too close to home. This movie is a huge commentary on the "party" scene and the absolute idiotic, reckless, behavior college age adults will put themselves into in the meaning of having fun. I have no doubt parents out there will be mortified to think their teenager is on Spring Break participating in the hedonistic lifestyle choices portrayed in the movie, or more mature older adults will think back to their own shameful mistakes of their youth, which is kind of the point. The characters are mostly one dimensional, plot is sparse, violence, nudity, drugs use, and hedonism are abundant but it's obvious all of these factors contribute to the message of the movie and Harmony Korine's comments on the the culture he is mocking. I also love that the slow paced "art" film quality of this movie is a harsh and fascinating contrast to the gratuitous excess of the violence, drug use and overly sexed party scenes. A lot of people are not going to like this movie at all, and I actually feel sorry for someone who goes into this movie thinking they are going to see a feel good road movie about Spring Break. This is a very dark, satirical, look at what today's youth are exposed to and what they might find themselves falling into.
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