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SPRING BREAKERS tells the story of four sexy college girls as they plan to fund their spring break getaway by robbing a fast food joint. But that's only the beginning... At a motel room rager, fun reaches its legal limit and the girls are arrested and taken to jail. Hungover and clad only in bikinis, the girls appear before a judge but are bailed out unexpectedly by Alien (James Franco), an infamous local thug and amateur rapper who takes them under his wing and leads them on the wildest Spring Break trip in history. 'Rough on the outside but with a soft soul on the inside, Alien wins over the hearts and dreams of the young Spring Breakers, and leads them on a Spring Break they never could have imagined.
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This is serious 1990s-2000s zeitgeist material. Read that sentence twice.
Funny, disturbing. Sexy, horrifying. Fiction-flashy, hyper-real.
Glib MTV product one minute, deep critique of same the next.
What's so amazing about many scenes is you can take what's being said literally and feel it and believe it from a teenager/early 20s in 90s point of view, and at same time see it ironically and as absurd from an adult perspective (eg when Faith is reflecting about how spring break epitomizes the beauty and ultimate meaning of life and spirituality -- it's done as satire, but I remember feeling exactly like that in perfect moments on hedonistic vacations with my friends in teens and 20s).
Ambiguous and complicated depiction of 90s/2000s hip hop culture and psyche. "Pretend it's a videogame. Imagine you're in a movie or something." And yet entertaining throughout, never seeming pretentious or "arty". It's an action comedy after all, just so dark and satirical and ... something ... that it is so much more.
Albert Camus would love this movie. And be horrified by it. 1950s post-war nihilism ain't got nothing on contemporary consumer culture and celebrity worship.
"Why did this happen? We were just having fun. We didn't do anything wrong. This was supposed to be forever. This can't be the end of the dream."
The overvoice narration punctuates themes in a natural, unobtrusive way.
The character "Alien" is James Franco's most ambitious role by far. Brave acting. What actor in their right mind would take this role? Should have gotten an Oscar.
Great writing. Beautiful cinematography.
Franco's exhortations about "All my sh*t! Look at all my sh*t!" -- ie clothes, shoes, colognes, guns, high tech apartment accoutrements -- is pop culture gold.
Universities should be holding conferences on this movie.
Or see it again.
This is art.
I'm very, very glad I kept watching. The movie turns when you least expect it. When it seemingly takes forever for one girl to make an obvious decision, the 'real' goods of the movie are ramped up.
I didn't even realize James Franco was the gangster, this is one of his best performances. You're shown a world of violence and sexuality that may seem surreal and over the top. But the gangster is based off a real life guy, so that makes it even more interesting.
Granted, some will feel like nothing happens in the movie, but I think they're missing the point. Enjoy the ride, enjoy the characters, enjoy the view into this part of life that most of us have no idea of.