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Spring Breakers

Spring Breakers

Cast: Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson

Release Date: Fri, Mar 22, 2013

MPAA Rating: R

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  1. Igetstabby  •  Mar 22, 2013 at 6:28 pm

    I like that your son is doing reviews with you, and that there will be twice as many reviews now. I’ll still rent that for a dollar, or two.

  2. Bree  •  Mar 24, 2013 at 4:36 am

    Great job Danny! Thankyou for confirming that my intuition was correct about this trashy so called “artsy” film. I am dissapointed in our “Disney Darlings” lack of judgement on what entails “good art”. Keep up the good work and all the best to your dad! I met him when I was in college and he is one of my heroes in life. Bree ps. ENJOY if you get to go to Hawaii for Passover. I would love to be there for the beauty, the occasion, and to hear your dad speak again.

  3. Mark  •  Apr 2, 2013 at 10:28 pm

    This is truly an art film, and you’ve done a disservice by not reviewing it as such. It has no true plot. The girls are interchangeable. The camera work looks like Cribs. But if it had looked like Marienbad, would you have liked it more?

    Those days are over. You said it yourself–half the audience walked out. Finally a film that the audience reacts to. I’ve seen mothers hold toddlers through weary R-rated crap, heads coming off, bullets flying (Django, anyone?) and no one walks out. But this–they feel something. That alone is worth the price of admission.

    Come on, Michael. Spring Break. Spring Break forever.

    • Randall  •  Apr 5, 2013 at 12:31 pm

      Hey Mark,

      1) Michael did not review this movie. His son Danny did. I am not sure that Michael would have been as generous and give this piece of trash of a film a half a star.

      2) “They feel something. That alone is worth the price of admission”. – Worth it to whom? I don’t know about you but most people do not go to the movies to experience nausea and headaches. The next time you suffer from food poisoning I want you to tell the restaurant owner that it was worth it because you “felt something”.

      3) “It has no true plot. The girls are interchangeable. The camera work looks like Cribs [whatever that means]” – Sounds like something worth seeing does it? I think you just helped save people time and money with those statements alone.

      Good day sir.

      • Mark  •  Apr 6, 2013 at 3:03 pm

        On second viewing, it was even better. True, it’s no Trash Humpers or Gummo–a true masterpiece, that–but it’s heartening to see the Disney Girls breaking out of the Happiest Empire on Earth to do something that will help define the true America.

        Come on. Haven’t you eaten at McDonald’s enough? Seen enough franchise pictures? Followed enough fads? Looked at enough Thomas Kinkade “art”? Go take a look at who we really are, at how we lie to ourselves, at our total lack of community and culture. Go watch Spring Breakers.

        Spring Break. Spring Break forever.

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