Written October 21, 2014
What the f was the point!. Just dumb bitches partying and getting away with fantasy rap video crime laced through it. The three chix didnt present well either. Alot of mindless **** and posing nothingness to fall asleep to. Waste of $23.
Written December 28, 2014
I agree with those who said this is the worst movie ever. I don't mind nudity or language that is expected, however this movie never went anywhere and was bizarre and plain stupid. Wasted $10.50x2. I can't even believe the amount they want for movies either.
Written November 29, 2014
first, let me say i have no idea where people are getting the notion that this is even partly a comedy; i can't think of a single humorous moment in the entire film. the movie is an artistic, dreamlike, sometimes abstract drama. it's beautiful, in both simplistic, topless-girls-bouncing-around-in-the-sun ways, and in more complex, darker, grittier ways. it's sometimes impressionistic and not very literally plausible, and sometimes kind of harshly realistic. it doesn't spell everything out for you - it leaves it to you to fill in some blanks however you choose. if you don't want that responsibility, you may not enjoy this movie. but if you like movies that leave some things for you to decide, that sort of let you help make them in your mind, you might enjoy Spring Breakers.(paragraph break here)
Fandango's rating system is stupid: nobody can say whether you should or should not go. all they can say is whether they liked it and why. whether or not you should go is for you to decide
Written December 28, 2014
I rate this a D-. I went only because it was the only thing starting as I tried to wait out snowy traffic and well.... being stuck in traffic may have been better. I've seen worse movies but that isn't saying a lot for this one. Story was bad and "acting" was barely passable although James Franco as a gangsta rapper pretty funny (unintentionally). A lot of T&A and nothing else. I say ...STRONGLY...don't go.
Written December 22, 2014
As a confronting, out-on-the-edge film-maker, Harmony Korine got strong reactions from the narrow audience of art house film watchers he courted in his early career. "Spring Breakers" is aimed at the mainstream (I think) but also seems designed to provoke strong reactions. The story felt to me like an allegory for an America that is stuck in a type of collective adolescence where the love of sex, guns and consumerism dominate all other values. People who can't stand to see America criticized, or even reflected negatively in the most oblique fashion, will hate this film. I liked it a lot. James Franco's performance is fantastic. An original and eye-catching mixture of film and storytelling approaches taken from different genres of film really worked for me, like a genius combination of two ingredients by great chef. My only issue with this film was the ending, which felt like a studio executive had imposed it to create more of an upbeat resolution to the story.