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It’s December, which means it’s time for the studios to roll out their big family-friendly blockbusters amidst a sea of indie films making their Oscar qualifying runs, but just like last year, there’s a lot less sci-fi and fantasy than…
It’s the start of another month, and time again for another round of box office predictions. But this time around, our predictions should be way easier than usual, because May, for all intents and purposes, is now the official kickoff…
December is the time of the year that brings yule tidings, whatever the hell those are, along with the studio's most family-friendliest blockbusters and their most Oscar-batiest of awards contenders. The release of another Star Wars film is imminent and looms large over this month's releases, but there are still plenty of other films vying for your hard-earned ticket dollars this December.
“I wish they’d spent as much time working on the storyline as the visuals, but it is what it is.”
“We can’t send the message that we can be threatened into submission, or that anyone, much less Kim Jong-un, has immunity from satire. ”
“While the actors/friends onscreen are clearly having the time of their lives, it doesn’t really carry over to those of us watching at home.”
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Following Dr. O'Boogie's text review, Mr. Mendo brings you a more in-depth look at Spring Breakers! Find out for yourself just how screwed up Harmony Korine's most financially successful film to date actually was! (Seriously, this film earned six times its budget worldwide...)
“I’m not sure Spring Breakers is about much of anything, other than its own stunt casting. As the continuing fame of Miley Cyrus proves, there’s nothing the American public eats up quite as voraciously as former teen queens shedding their good girl images, and in that respect, Spring Breakers does not disappoint.”