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Spring Breakers synopsis is about Four college girls who land in jail after robbing a restaurant in order to fund their spring break vacation find themselves bailed out by a drug and arms dealer who wants them to do some dirty work. So let’s take a time to watch spring breakers 2013 online movie free. Drama. Starring James Franco, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson and Selena Gomez. Directed by Harmony Korine. (R. 96 minutes.) Where to start with “Spring Breakers,” one of the most audacious and polarizing sexual journeys to reach the multiplex since what? “Eyes Wide Shut”? “Wild Things”? No, this is new ground being tread by Harmony Korine, the “Kids” and “Gummo” writer who seems as allergic to traditional narrative format as he is addicted to soulless characters and violence-hued debauchery. As a director, he challenges audiences to reject his film as pure exploitation, only to fish them back in when they’re on the brink of walking out of the theater. It’s not enough to make a piece of pulp art. Korine adds a degree of difficulty, asking audiences to hate his film before realizing what they’ve seen has cinematic merit. “Spring Breakers” examines four female college students on a rabbit hole of a vacation to St. Petersburg, Fla. The Florida tourism bureau will not be pleased. What follows is a high-wire act for film critics, who must simultaneously warn audiences about the content, try to explain its fever-dream presentation, defend their appreciation of the often depraved material and (perhaps most difficult) describe James Franco’s performance. Franco, as the drug dealer Alien, is almost unrecognizable in silver-capped teeth, cornrows and an accent that borrows equally from Lil Jon and Matthew McConaughey. Not just difficult to recognize from Franco’s previous movie roles. Unrecognizable from humanity. Franco’s antagonist boasts about his board shorts collection, does (disarmingly touching) Britney Spears covers on a white grand piano and pilots an orange sherbet Camaro with the license plate “BALLR.” All while transforming the most vile character in the movie into something approaching sympathetic. It’s a brilliant turn - that Academy Awards hosting bomb is forgiven, along with the next two films that Franco decides to sleepwalk through. The first few minutes of “Spring Breakers” is little more than slow-motion bare breasts, beer bonging and suggestive popsicle sucking, impossible to distinguish from a “Girl’s Gone Wild” cassette except for the dreamy Terrence Malick vibe set by cinematographer Benoit Debie. (Korine must be a Malick fan - he borrows that director’s ethereal narration as well.) The actresses playing the college girls include former teen darlings Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens, executing a two-middle-fingers-in-the-air scorched earth attack on their Disney reputations. Desperate to experience spring break, the girls execute an armed robbery - the startling getaway driver-view footage of the crime is the first major sign that this might be a real movie - and use the money to get to Florida. After a bacchanalian frenzy and a predatory rescue by Alien, things get disturbingly weird, gloriously weird and then semi-coherent for a few minutes, before a Peckinpah-inspired acid trip of a finale. All the while, Korine screws with time and space like a 3-year-old fiddling with the rewind key on his dad’s stereo. The wheels on the bus go round and round. The wheels on the bus … The wheels … What should be infuriating makes sense in the context of the director’s twisted cinematic rulebook. The female actors, particularly Hudgens and Ashley Benson, are game for the ride. And Franco is indispensable, bringing humor and pathos to one of the more repulsive cinematic creations in recent memory. It would be easy to blow holes in the logic of the movie (no one spent time teaching the actresses how to hold a gun convincingly), if Korine was attempting realism. You don’t walk away from “Spring Breakers” learning a single thing about spring break, the criminal mind or even sex. It wouldn’t be surprising to learn that Korine has never been to Florida. Ultimately, it doesn’t matter. There’s nothing going on in St. Petersburg that’s more interesting than the twisted inspiration that ricochets around this writer/director’s head.















































































































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Apr 17, 2013
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