In case you weren't paying attention during 'Spring Breakers,' the mantra is "Spring Break forever," and that's apparently the motto that production company Wild Bunch is living by because we're getting 'Spring Breakers 2.' Grab your ski masks and bikinis, and get ready for 'Spring Breakers: The Second Coming.'
It's that time of the year: time for top 10 lists, time to start gearing up for awards season, and picking the contenders and ensuring we shout their names in all caps from behind our laptops, and a time for critics to champion our favorite movies and performances -- which is why I think it's time to take a look back at my favorite female-centric (and gender politic-centric) films and female performances of 2013.
Halloween is right around the corner, and if you're a movie fan, choosing your costume this year could be pretty tough. Will you go as Alien from 'Spring Breakers,' or make an old classic new again by dressing up as Carrie White from 'Carrie'...
'Spring Breakers' can now be yours foreverrrrr as the film hits DVD and Blu-ray starting today. The disc includes a host of bonus features including a three-part documentary on the making of the film, an audio commentary with writer/director Harmony Korine and a host of deleted scenes.
Speaking of those deleted scenes, today we have an exclusive for you. 'Spring Breakers' stars Vanessa Hudgens, A
When are we to be held accountable for the way we react to what's on screen, and how much of our reaction is to be blamed on the director's failure to communicate clearly? For this we look to the new 'Evil Dead,' 'Tyler Perry's Temptation,' 'The Host' and 'Spring Breakers' -- four very different movies, but all with something in common.
Harmony Korine's 'Spring Breakers' is the outlaw fantasy of four college girls (or maybe just two of them) behaving very, very badly with guns and bikinis and one delightfully trashy white rapper. But the most crucial takeaway from the film isn't satire of primitive American debauchery -- instead it's how we want to perceive these women and why the agency they have over their lives and bodies feel
James Franco might not be the best actor working in movies today, but he's almost certainly the most fearless. His choices are as unpredictable as they are gutsy. He'll try just about anything: television dramas ('Freaks & Geeks'), soap operas ('General Hospital'), comedies ('Pineapple Express'), and big blockbusters ('Spider-Man,' 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes'). His latest role, in Harmony