So impressive. If you ever get lost in space, make sure you have George Clooney around, to talk you out of the panic that is bound to attack when you run out of oxygen.
Astronauts would probably shake their heads at some of the actions of the main characters, but to me everything felt very real - the mission, the space station, the way they talk: "Houston in the blind" - what a terrifying, yet professional expression for addressing mission…
Way out of my comfort zone. Which could be a good thing, except for the fact that everything feels so shallow. Harmony Korine is a guy with experience in making his audience uncomfortable - he's the guy who wrote "Kids". But I remember "Kids" as a movie that made me feel bad, because it felt real.
Nothing in "Spring Breakers" feels real. Which may be completely intentional: A vacation spent drinking and taking drugs doesn't feel real once you're back…