Javo ¯\_(ツ)_/¯’s review published on Letterboxd:
“My name's Alien. My real name is Al, but true be told, I am not from this planet y'all”
Spring Breakers is Harmony Korine most "accessible" film, but even his most accessible film is peculiar and stands out from the rest y'all.
Harmony Korine didn't use much dialogue, but what he used, used it many times with different content and was effective. Every time the dialogue repeated itself, made the dialogue meant something different than before, very simple but effective y'all.
Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, Selena Gomez and Rachel Korine worked very well together, I can see why Harmony Korine cast Selena Gomez for that specific role. The girls where great, but James Franco was ridiculous and over the top, He stole the show, Franco's character was the best thing about the film y'all.
The soundtrack from Cliff Martinez made for a better experience, adding an extra punch to the film, very effective. Side Note: The montage, is the best use of a Britney Spears song ever in film? hell freaking yeah y'all!!!
Spring Breakers mayhem and destructive nature is fascinating, is it Korine way of saying that youth is fucked up?, or that the parents are fucked up? or that society is desensitize and trying to see how far they can go, whatever Korine was trying to say will resonate in the eye of the beholder past or present experiences in a rampage unique kind of way. oh I almost forgot.. y'all.