College students Candy (Vanessa Hudgens), Faith (Selena Gomez), Brit (Ashley Benson) and Cotty (Rachel Korine) are short of the cash they need for a spring-break trip, so they rob a diner and head down to Florida. However, the police soon break up the party and arrest them. The curvaceous quartet are unexpectedly bailed out by a drug dealer and aspiring rap artist named Alien (James Franco). Soon after, three of the four gal pals decide to join Alien in a life of crime.
Release Date: March 15, 2013
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While I liked the out of the box film attempt. This movie doesn't leave the watcher with anything of value. Even I found it hard to watch.July 15th, 2013 · Details1 Thank ·
Way too much nudity and a complete waste of timeJuly 29th, 2013 · Details
Spring Breakers is the type of movie we usually would ignore at Parent Previews. After all, the majority of families reading our reviews already know an R-rated movie stuffed to the credit roll with sex, drugs and violence isn‚Äôt suitable for kids. However Spring Breakers is a little different than the many college-themed clones that have preceded it. And that‚Äôs because it stars teen favorites Vanessa Hudgens and Selena Gomez in a script that has absolutely nothing in common with the franchises that made these girls household names (High School Musical and Wizards of Waverly Place)... See Full ReviewMarch 25th, 2013 · Details
It‚Äôs ‚ÄúGirls Gone Wild‚Äù meets the female-gangster picture ‚ÄúSet It Off.‚Äù Korine has cooked up an impressionistic bacchanal of what spring break has become and those who made it that way ‚Äì college girls, proving to each other and themselves that they‚Äôre as bad and promiscuous as any frat boy hip hop... See Full ReviewMarch 21st, 2013 · Details
Korine's latest is a characteristically serious film about inherently ridiculous characters, but it's too montonous to be really thoughtful or funny. Korine genuinely loves the amoral posturing of his bikini-clad, thrill-seeking co-ed protagonists, but eventually it all feels like too much of the same thing. "Spring Breakers" has moments as provocatively clever as Korine's better works, but its mainly attractive for its abundant superficial pleasures... See Full Review