Oh fucking hell.
All the feels.
I get that the 80s nostalgia is in right now, but with Spider-Man: Homecoming it felt a little more like introduction to 80s for teens. As a result the soundtrack lets the film down ever so slightly, and it feels like it's trying too hard to play into this 80s vibes ting. But this is only a tinsy tiny thing - the film itself is really well paced and throughly well balanced - it is engaging yet light. SO much…
This film gets even better every time I watch it. Not quite sure how, considering I know the twist and turns.
The opening of this film is very very powerful, I found myself engaged to the point where I was over the top horrified and simply distraught. The momentum of the film is pretty flawless, it indulges the viewer by allowing them to really take in what is happening.
Such a serious review seems silly over an action film like…
Spring breakers is a mixed bag, jumping between conventions, utilising many different methods of story telling etc. This could either have a positive or a negative effect on the viewer.
The film starts with a faint introduction to the characters and the plot, by faint I mean it is all very thin as you're told next to nothing other than these girls want to break out of their home town and go away to spring break. Although it is all…