For moviegoers looking for sensory overload, this will play particularly well, but for those looking for action or comedy, they won’t find much of it here. “Spring Breakers” is closer to art house fare than multiplex fodder, so I suspect mainstream audiences will be confounded, if not entirely put off. As a dark, meditative (occasionally bordering on ponderous) film with splashes of neon and waves of bass-thumping electronica, “Spring Breakers” is built for a very specific audience. But if you enjoy being challenged and crave cinematic experiences you haven’t had before, this is a film worth seeking out. It has “cult favorite” written all over it.
Rating: ★★★★ out of ★★★★★ (Very Good)
Full review: Spring Breakers
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