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Spring Breakers

(2013)

Rated R for strong sexual content, language, nudity, drug use and violence throughout.

R In Theaters 03/15/2013 , 92min.
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Viewer Score
55%
Viewer score based on 27 ratings
63%
Critic score based on 40 reviews

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January 12, 2014
jt00000000177770
The only good thing in this movie are the ****... that they show over and over. unfortunately they show every piece of the goddamn thing over and over. really this 'movie' should've be 30 minutes long, not 90
December 08, 2013
nq00000000174073
I contemplated drinking bleach a few times throughout the movie, worst thing I have ever seen
August 19, 2013
vg00000000162102
Worst movie I've seen in a long time. It was Malibu's Most Wanted without the funny parts, and that isn't saying much..
July 22, 2013
ro00000000159262
worst ****** movie ever watched if you can even call it a movie do ********* wast of time trust me the stars made it look good ******* not not at all trust
April 24, 2013
jpewther
A new low in depraved Hollywood fantasy, but it was somewhat entertaining.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

NPR
Although parts of Spring Breakers are very funny, there's also something tsk-tsking and superior about it, as if Korine had thought a lot about young middle America's idea of midsemester fun and decided he doesn't like it one tiny bit. Full Review
Andrew Schenker
Slant Magazine
One of the effects of Harmony Korine's feverish, hypnotic style is that the whole thing feels like a fantasy—or rather a nightmare perversion of the American dream. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
With director Harmony Korine's visual overload and somnolent voice-overs — the same sentences are repeated ad nauseum — it manages to be both mind-numbingly dull and off-putting. Full Review
David Rooney
The Hollywood Reporter
It has hypnotic visual style and a dense, driving soundscape. But it’s also too monotonous and thematically empty to be seriously provocative. Full Review
Guy Lodge
Variety
Just about every charge of social negligence leveled at Spring Breakers can be countered with an arch claim of intent, which makes it at once playful and wearying; enjoyment is contingent on how little you're willing to fight it. Full Review
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