Harmony Korine's neon nightmare is a lot of things, but a dull piece of filmmaking is not one of them. Provocatively poetic in its own morally disjointed way, Spring Breakers—with its colourful images and characters—makes for a captivating watch.
An avalanche of decadence, obscenity, and depravity that gives introspection to the ultimate American dream. DiCaprio is on fire in a role that further confirms the actor's impressive range and introduces him as a veritable comedic force.
Suffering from pacing issues, questionable editing, and pointless aerial shots, The Soloist starts on a high note with its intriguing premise but quickly falls flat. Despite its impressive cast, the film never becomes the tearjerker it so desperately wants to be.